European Yearbook of Minority Issues 2010


Do zbiorów Biblioteki w Natolinie dołączyliśmy ostatnio dziewiąty tom European Yearbook of Minority Issues (EYMI) ukazujący się nakładem wydawnictwa Brill / Martinus Nijhoff od roku 2001. Bieżące tomiszcze jest okazałe, liczy prawie 800 stron i zawiera ponad 30 artykułów dotyczących różnorakich kwestii związanych z poszanowaniem praw mniejszości narodowych i etnicznych. Opis poprzedniego tomu można znaleźć tutaj, a szczegółowy spis treści najnowszego tomu zamieszczony został poniżej.

Spis treści: Part I: Articles -- A. General Articles Section -- Official Language Preferences, and the Recognition of a Person's Name: A Significant Clarification after Raihman v. Latvia / Fernand de Varennes -- Framing Ethnic Issues through the Notion of Discrimination: the Case of Russia / Alexander Osipov -- The Protection of the Cultural Identity of Minorities in International Law: Individual versus Collective Rights / Claudia Tavani -- EU Enlargement and Minority Rights: A Regime in the Making / David J. Galbreath -- Project Report: A Fuzzy-Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Minority Protection Rules in Ten New EU Member States / Guido Schwellnus, Liudmila Mikalayeva and Lilla Balazs -- Implementing Soft Law: The Case of Equality Promotion / Malte Brosig -- European Integration and Minority Nationalist Mobilisation in France / Emelyne Cheney -- Defining the Indefinable: A Definition of 'Minority' in EU Law / Gulara Guliyeva -- B. Special Focus: Education -- Minority Education – torn in Contradictions? / Sia Spiliopoulou Akermark -- Romani Teaching: Some General Considerations Based on Model Cases / Dieter Halwachs --  Learning the Neighbour's Language: The Many Challenges in Achieving a Real Multilingual Society. The Case of Second Language Acquisition in the Minority-Majority Context of South Tyrol / Andrea Abel, Chiara Vettori and Doris Forer -- The Right to Education of Persons Belonging to National Minorities in Vojvodina 1974-2004 / Aleksandra Vujic -- Recognizing Formal and Substantive Equality in the Orsus Case / Andrea Grgic -- C. Special Focus: Minorities and the Media: Present, Probing and Pressing Questions -- Minorities and the Media: Present, Probing and Pressing Questions / Tarlach McGonagle and Tom Moring -- Language Minorities and New Media. Facing Trilingualism? / Laszlo Vincze -- BBC ALBA and the Evolution of Gaelic Television Broadcasting: A Case Study / Robert Dunbar -- Minorities and Online 'Hate Speech': A Parsing of Selected Complexities / Tarlach McGonagle -- D. Special Focus: Minorities and Religion -- Law and Religion: The Need for the Development of an Interdisciplinary Framework of Analysis / Joseph Marko -- The Contribution of the European Court of Human Rights to Contemporary Religious-Related Dilemmas / Roberta Medda-Windischer -- Religious Minorities and Human Rights: Bridging International and Domestic Perspectives on the Rights of Persons Belonging to Religious Minorities under English law / Nazila Ghanea-Hercock -- Positive Measures and the EU Equality Directives: Closing the Protection Gap Between 'New' and 'Old' Minorities Through the Reasonable Accommodation of Religion? / Jennifer Jackson-Preece -- Part II: Reports -- A. International Developments -- Review of the Monitoring Process of the Council of Europe Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities / Francoise Kempf -- Developments in the Field of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages / Vesna Crnic-Grotic -- Minority Rights Questions Addressed by the Venice Commission in 2010 / Pierre Garrone -- The Activities of the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities January 2010 to December 2010 / Stephanie Marsal and Vincent de Graaf -- The European Union and Minorities in 2010: A Renewed Commitment? / Gabriel N. Toggenburg and Karen McLaughlin -- B. National Developments -- The Kurdish Opening and the Constitutional Reform: Is there any Progress? / Elcin Aktoprak -- Denmark Adopts Unilateral Legislation in Favour of Kin-Minority / Tove H. Malloy -- The Development of Language Legislation in Post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine: Similarities and Differences / Iryna Ulasiuk -- How to Stop a Perpetuum Mobile? Interdisciplinary Insights into the Ongoing Issue of the Slovene Ethnic Minority in Austria: The Question of Bilingual Topography / Jurgen Pirker -- The Distinction of Minority Language Protection and Languages as a Cultural Heritage in Italy: The Case of the Piedmontese Dialect / Ulrike Haider Quercia -- Part III: Book Reviews.

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