European Yearbook of Minority Issues 2009

European Yearbook of Minority Issues (EYMI) ukazuje się nakładem wydawnictwa Brill / Martinus Nijhoff od roku 2001. Właśnie ukazał się ósmy tom w tej serii skwapliwie gromadzonej przez naszą Bibliotekę (nasz katalog). Spis treści przedstawia się obiecująco:

EYMI vol. 8 (2009): Foreword -- Part I: Articles -- A. General Articles Section -- Minority Specific Rights: A Protection of Religious Minorities Going Beyond the Freedom of Religion? / Kristin Henrard -- Between Fear and Integration: Islamophobia in Contemporary Italy / Eva Pfostl -- Linguistic Rights of Minorities in the Jurisprudence of Highest Courts / Michaela Salamun -- The European Convention on Human Rights and Language Rights: Is the Glass Half Empty or Half Full? / Roberta Medda-Windischer -- The Right to Education for Minorities: An Overview on Existing Recommendations from The Hague to Geneva / Verena Wisthaler -- The Frustrations of the Right to Political Participation of Minorities: Practical Limitations in the Case of the Nordic Sámi and the Roma / Alexandra Tomaselli, Petra Granholm -- B. Special Focus: Contemporary Challenges of Globalization -- "Globalization" and Its Impact on Minorities in South Asia / Joshua Castellino -- Indigenous Peoples and Globalization: From "Development Aggression" to "Self-Determined Development" / Cathal Doyle, Jeremie Gilbert -- The South Asian Regional Charter on Minority and Group Rights: A Proposal for Soft Law at its Softest / Thomas Benedikter -- Draft South Asian Regional Charter on Minority and Group Rights: A Comparative Regional Analysis / David Keane -- C. Special Focus: Minority Issues in South Asia -- Assessing Communal Conflicts and Hindu Fascism in India / Werner Menski -- Indigenous Peoples: An Introduction to the Socio-Legal Framework with a Special Focus on the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and South Asia / Javaid Rehman and Harriet Hoffler -- Freedom of Religion in South Asia: Implications for Minorities / Borhan Uddin Khan, Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman -- Pakistan: Nation-State, State-Nation or Multinational State? / Ijaz Khan -- Gender and the Law in South Asia Law: A Vehicle for Emancipation or a Victim of Identity Politics? / Ambika Satkunanathan -- India and the Paradox of Caste Discrimination / Annapurna Waughray -- The Protection of Linguistic Rights in India: India’s Language Policy toward Linguistic Minorities / Thomas Benedikter -- Minorities within Minorities: Gender Implications for Minority Policies in India and Bangladesh / Samir Kumar Das -- Inclusion through Ethnic Federalism? Some Considerations on the Constitutional Transition in Nepal / Karl Kossler -- National Human Rights Commissions in India and Nepal: State of Affairs and Challenges ahead / Emma Lantschner -- Comprehensive Security in South Asia: SAARC and the Applicability of OSCE Standards / Ugo Caruso -- Part II: Reports -- A. International Developments -- Frameworking Continues: Review of the Monitoring Process of the Council of Europe Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities / Eva Konecna -- Developments in the Field of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages in 2009 / Vesna Crnic-Grotic -- The Activities of the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities: January 2009 to December 2009 / Krzysztof Drzewicki, Vincent de Graaf -- B. National Developments -- National Minorities in Georgia: An Update on Developments in 2008 and 2009 / Tom Trier -- Unresolved Legal Issues Relating to the Situation of National Minorities in Austria: The Draft Constitutional Amendment and Draft Federal Act on National Minorities / Anna Gamper, Gunther Rautz -- Part III: Book Reviews -- Kristin Henrard and Robert Dunbar (eds.), Synergies in Minority Protection. European and International Law Perspectives (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008), ISBN 9780521864831 / Tove Malloy -- Marc Weller, Peace Lost: The Failure of Conflict Prevention in Kosovo (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008), ISBN 9789004171404 / Lenhard Hamza -- Roberta Medda-Windischer, Old and New Minorities: Reconciling Diversity and Cohesion, A Human Rights Model for Minority Integration (Nomos, Baden-Baden, 2009), ISBN 9783832934767 / Alexandra Xanthaki -- Thomas Benedikter, Language Policy and Linguistic Minorities in India: An Appraisal of the Linguistic Rights of Minorities in India (Lit Verlag, Berlin, 2010), ISBN 9783643102317 / Javaid Rehman -- Appendix: List of International Norms.

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