01 février 2017

Invitation for participation: Call for new songs at the Liet International 2017

Liet International 2017 will be part of the biggest Sámi festival of the north of Europe, the Sami Easter festival and the Sámi Grand Prix. It will take place on 13 April 2017 in the town of Kautokeino in the north of Norway. More...

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FUEN starts off into the new year 2017 with exciting projects!

FUEN supports the video contest 'Camera Obscura numerus minor' of the YEN. That's a youth project, funded by the donation of Renate Schnack, the Schleswig-Holstein Minority Commissioner, to the House of Minorities. More...

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Job Announcement: ECMI Seeks for a Project Research Associate

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgThe European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) is expanding its Eastern Partnership Programme team and invites applications for a new position as Project Research Associate within the field of “Minority Studies” beginning as soon as possible. Minority Studies at ECMI cover research on national and ethnic autochthonous minority issues in Europe. More...

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Tove Malloy to deliver a keynote lecture during the Cornish Festival

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgA nine-day Cornish Festival will be organized between 25th of February and 5th of March in Penzance, Cornwall (UK). The festival will celebrate the Cornish language, culture and heritage and will include various academic and entertainment events at the Acorn in Penzance. More...

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National minorities as bridge builders: final report is released!

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgThe ECMI’s project on Bridge Building and Integration in Diverse Societies is now finalized with a report titled “Dynamics of Integration in the OSCE Area: National Minorities and Bridge Building”. The report investigates how national minorities contribute to bridge building in international relations, and identifies some good examples of initiatives across the OSCE area. More...

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Join the ECMI at a public lecture on language rights

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgThe lecture and presentation will focus on the legal status of the Basque language, the Protocol of Donostia 2016 to ensure language rights, and minority languages in education in Europe (particularly the cases of Catalonia in Spain and Sorbian education in Saxony and Brandenburg in Germany). More...

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ECMI Working Paper #96 is released

http://www.infoecmi.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ecmiheader-20yrs.jpgThis text discusses the structure and content of diversity policy in the so -called Transnistrian Moldovan Republic (TMR), an unrecognized state that broke away from Moldova during the collapse of the Soviet Union. The case of Transnistria is particularly useful as an example for analyzing the origins, structure, contents and effects of the post-Soviet ethno-cultural policy in a comparative perspective. Moreover, the model of Transnistrian state- and nation-building, since it is not explicitly based on privileging a core ethnicity, differs from nearly all countries and de facto states of the post communist space. More...

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299 universities and colleges take part in Year Two of the Teaching Excellence Framework

Résultat de recherche d'images pour Following the deadline for applications to Year Two of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) on 26 January 2017, a total of 299 universities, colleges and alternative providers of higher education have chosen to participate. More...

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Strong progress on preventing terrorism

Résultat de recherche d'images pour The report, ‘Implementation of the Prevent duty in the higher education sector in England: 2015-16’ (HEFCE 2017/01), shows that more than four-fifths of higher education providers (84 per cent) have put robust policies and processes in place in response to the duty [Note 2]. These findings draw on HEFCE’s assessment of evidence submitted by 321 providers between April and August 2016. This covers a wide range of providers, including HEFCE-funded providers, alternative providers, and the autonomous colleges, schools and halls of Oxford, Cambridge and Durham. More...

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HEFCE to invest £10.7 million per year for university museums, galleries and collections

Résultat de recherche d'images pour HEFCE will fund 33 higher education museums, galleries and collections which provide a unique and significant contribution to research and scholarship. More...

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