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from this minority group – their social situation, their place of residence, their education, their employment, what they can do, and what they can achieve. However, it is observed that more often women are in the background and their role is to serve

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means of reporting hate crime; (b) provide minority communities a means of reporting hate crime; (c) serve as a comparator to potentially unrepresentative official statistics where these are collected; (d) provide an evidence base for legislative change

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. , ‘ Rethinking the Boundaries of Democratic Secession: Liberalism, Nationalism, and the Right of Minorities to Self-determination ’ ( 2008 ) 3 -4/6 International Journal of Constitutional Law 553 – 584

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French and the German Experience 1789–1815 (Van Nostrand 1967 ). Kymlicka , W. , Multicultural Citizenship: A Liberal Theory of Minority Rights (Oxford University Press

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Diverzitás és inklúzió a felsőoktatásban+

Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education

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Authors: Aranka Varga, Kitti Vitéz, István Orsós, Bálint Fodor, and Gergely Horváth

. pp. 75–88. 15 Durst J. & Bereményi Á. (2020, előkészületben) “I Felt I Arrived Home”: The Minority Trajectory of Mobility for First-In-Family Hungarian Roma

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agent of the sovereign knew where they were, billboard vans drove around six London boroughs with high minority ethnic populations carrying the message, “In the UK illegally? Go home or face arrest,” and “106 arrests last week in your area” ( Hattenstone

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instability. ( fig.2 ) Figure 2 Pattern of decisions The dataset contains four decisions that were certainly taken with the narrowest possible majority, i.e. all minority judges formulated dissenting opinions, an impressive percentage, when compared to the

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comprehensive school illustrates that the languages are added gradually, parallelly, and simultaneously with each other. Nordic countries disseminated the syllabuses for integrating and teaching of national minority languages as a mother tongue in addition to

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employment, students considered the elements of subsistence as the most important and their greatest lack could be seen in the field of effective work considerations. The role of the national identity and the minority identity can be significant in

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guaranteeing democracy, the rule of law, Human Rights and respect for and protection of minorities remain the key eligibility conditions for a state’s accession to the Union (Art. 49 TEU, the Copenhagen criteria). 14 The main tool used to enforce these

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