ECMI Conference: “Shaping the Frame across the Cycles” on 5 July in Flensburg

Flensborghus, Norderstrasse 76, Flensburg, GermanyThe open ECMI conference, Shaping the Frame across the Cycles, will take place on Friday 5 July at Flensborghus, Flensburg, Germany.

The Advisory Committee on the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities has been newly composed. The European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) marks the new composition by organizing the conference Shaping the Frame across the Cycles.

Download the conference leaflet including the programme, speakers list, and contact coordinates.

Approaching the 4th monitoring cycle

With Shaping the Frame across the Cycles ECMI invites academics and practitioners to a meaningful reflection on the role and monitoring functions of the Advisory Committee (ACFC) on the Council of Europe Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (FCNM).

The Conference will be the occasion for an analysis on the achievements and hindrances in the protection of minorities through monitoring mechanisms. It will be structured in thematic sessions and benefit from the participation of experts directly involved in the work of the ACFC.

The conference is to be conceived as a practical occasion to reason on the experiences gained by the ACFC to date and reflect on the potential challenges posed by the upcoming 4th monitoring cycles.

Speakers are Gaspar Biro, Ilze Brands Kehris, Ugo Caruso, Robert Dunbar, Asbjørn Eide, Mahulena Hofmann, Rainer Hofmann, Francoise Kempf, Antti Korkeakivi, Alexey Kozhemyakov, Tove Malloy, Joseph Marko, Stefan Oeter, John Packer, Francesco Palermo, Alan Phillips, Detlev Rein, and Jørgen Kühl.


ECMI Advisory Council Conference 2012

Rainer Hofmann, former Chairman of the ACFC, will deliver the key note address at the conference “Shaping the Frame across the Cycles”.

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