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Call for papers: International conference “Minorities and Self-determination – 100th Anniversary of the Post-World War I Plebiscites” – 18-19 June 2020.

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This one-time conference is co-organised by the ECMI and the Danish Central Library for South Schleswig (DCBIB), both located in Flensburg, Germany. The organisations are pleased to announce that the call for papers is now open, with a submission deadline of 15th October 2019. 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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ECMI donation: European Yearbook on Minority Issues is now available for students in Georgia

The ECMI held meeting at the University of Georgia in Tbilisi and donated books to the newly established CSEM Library. Continue reading

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Dansk Centralbibliotek for Sydslesvig welcomes ECMI Library

Dansk Centralbibliotek for Southern Schleswig (DCB) and the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) cordially invite you to celebrate their new co-operation. Continue reading

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Danish Central Library and the ECMI expand research cooperation

From October 2016 the ECMI specialized library will be moved from Kompagnietor to the Danish Central Library to offer improved access to the collection on majority-minority relations. Continue reading

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