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Die neue Kärntner Landesverfassung - Eine Posse in drei Akten =The new Constitution of the Region of Carinthia – A Farce in three Acts
During the reform process of the Carinthian Constitution the coalition parties had agreed that in the new regional constitution also the Slovenian minority would be included, stating literally that: “The region of Carinthia ...
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 ...
Intergovernmental Relations on Immigrant Integration in Italy. Insights from Piedmont and South Tyrol
The article analyses the main features of intergovernmental relations (IGR) on immigrant integration in Italy considering reception policies for asylum seekers and economic or family migrants. We study them in a region ...
The Right to Political Participation of Indigenous Peoples: A Holistic Approach
In the current era of land grabbing and extractivism, political participation of indigenous peoples in their national and local affairs appears to be the crucial right to guarantee the exercise of their other rights. In ...
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, ...