What are minority rights? ECMI answer in 24 languages!

What are minority rights? To answer this frequently asked question, the ECMI released a cartoon for the wider public, now available in 24 different languages.

The cartoon on minority rights was released in late 2016, available in English. ECMI is pleased to share that thanks to our volunteers who made the translation possible, the cartoon is now available in Russian and Bulgarian, as well as with subtitles in 21 additional languages!

The languages include:

  1. Albanian (subtitles)
  2. Bulgarian (voiceover)
  3. Czech (subtitles)
  4. Danish (subtitles)
  5. Dutch (subtitles)
  6. French (subtitles)
  7. Georgian (subtitles)
  8. German (subtitles)
  9. Greek (subtitles)
  10. Hungarian (subtitles)
  11. Italian (subtitles)
  12. Japanese (subtitles)
  13. Lithuanian (subtitles)
  14. Polish (subtitles)
  15. Romanian (subtitles)
  16. Russian (voiceover)
  17. Serbian (subtitles)
  18. Slovak (subtitles)
  19. Slovenian (subtitles)
  20. Spanish (subtitles)
  21. Swedish (subtitles)
  22. Turkish (subtitles)
  23. Ukrainian (subtitles)

Watch the cartoon in English

About the cartoon

The cartoon answers the question by introducing the basic principles of minority rights and referring to the key provisions of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (FCNM). The cartoon was produced by the ECMI in cooperation with the Centre Maurits Coppieters.

The awareness-raising educational cartoon “What are the minority rights?” has three key ambitions: to educate, to promote respect for diversity and its normative framework, and in the longer term, to have an impact on the wider policy level throughout Europe.

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