ECMI renews its Advisory Council

ECMI Organizational - European Centre for Minority IssuesFlorian Bieber, David J. Galbreath, John Packer, David Smith, and Michal Vašečka are new names in the European Centre for Minority Issues’ (ECMI) Advisory Council.

The regular renewal of the ECMI Advisory Council is now in place. The above mentioned five professors have all accepted the appointment as new member of the Council, while professors Thomas Diez and Joseph Marko have chosen to leave the ECMI Advisory Council.

The 2014-2016 ECMI Advisory Council is:

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Facts: ECMI Advisory Council

The ECMI Advisory Council consists of eminent scholars within the field of minority issues. The Council is appointed triannually by the ECMI Executive Board after consultation with the founders.

The Advisory Council supports the ECMI mission by establishing contacts with persons, institutions and organizations, assume duties of representation  and promote the ECMI activities vis-à-vis European institutions and in specialist circles.


From the ECMI Flickr archives: ECMI Advisory Council conference 2012. Panel discussion: How to link macro and micro efforts? as part of the general conference theme: The Minority Governance Impasse – Overcoming the Macro-micro Divide. From left: Dr Ilze Brands Kehris (Moderator), Professor Dr Stefan Oeter, Professor Dr James Hughes, MEP Kinga Gal, Dr Jennifer Jackson-Preece, Professor Levente Salat, Professor Dr Thomas Diez, Professor Stefan Wolff.

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