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Old and New Minorities in the Middle East: Squaring the Circle through Common Solutions
Diversity and integration issues are undoubtedly amongst the most salient ones on today’s political agenda. This is especially true for the Middle East, as the number of refugees and migrant workers with distinctive ...
Militant or pluralist secularism? The European Court of Human Rights facing religious diversity
The increased diversity of contemporary societies has multiplied the claims to accommodate this new plurality, particularly that of religions, in different contexts of everyday life such as workplaces, schools and public ...
New minorities, old instruments? Diversity governance from the perspective of minority rights
In international law, minority rights instruments have been traditionally conceived for, and applied to, old minority groups with the exclusion of new minority groups originating from migration. Yet, minority groups, ...
Superdiversity and Sub-national Autonomous Regions: Perspectives from the South Tyrolean Case
For many sub-national autonomous territories where traditional-historical groups ('old minorities') migration is a stable and increasingly important reality. From the perspective of the autonomous province of Bozen/Bolzano ...
Integration of New and Old Minorities: Beyond a Janus-faced Perspective
Diversity and integration issues are undoubtedly amongst the most salient ones on today’s political agenda. Most European states have been searching for models and policies to accommodate diversity claims and integrate ...
Special issue on protecting and including ‘new’ and ‘old’ minorities
Questions concerning the rights of minorities and the preservation of social cohesion in ethnically diverse societies are among the most salient on the political agenda of many States. The growing diversity of national ...