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ECMI team attends the UN Minority Forum in Geneva, Switzerland

ECMI team attends the UN Minority Forum in Geneva, Switzerland. Continue reading

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Because Minorities Matter! Letzte Woche durfte das ECMI den zweiten Workshop des Netzwerks Historische Minderheitenforschung begrüßen

Der Workshop wurde vom Sorbischen Institut in Bautzen, dem Institut für schleswig-holsteinische Zeit- und Regional Geschichte (IZRG) und dem European Center for Minority Issues (ECMI) in Flensburg initiiert. Continue reading

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The final event of the ECMI TRAINING FOR EMPOWERMENT is approaching

The final event will take place on the 11-12th of December in Kyiv (Ukraine). Continue reading

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Indigenous Peoples and Roma Mediation: the latest ECMI EPP activities in Ukraine

The ECMI EPP team is back from Ukraine and their latest activities in Kyiv. The team organised two seminars focusing on indigenous peoples and Roma mediation in the beginning of April. Continue reading

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British multiculturalism and what can Europe learn: Prof. Modood on “middle-aged” minorities

Prof. Tariq Modood presented the model of British multiculturalism in relation with integration of migrant and minority communities, highlighting impacts of EU and Brexit. Continue reading

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