CHAIR

Samantha Twietmeyer

(Queen’s U, Canada)

sam.twietmeyer@queensu.ca

 

PAPERS

Norbert Tóth

(U of Public Service, Hungary)

toth.norbert@uni-nke.hu 

Bilateral International Agreements as Evidence of Regional Customary

International Norms on Minorities? The case of Central and Eastern Europe

 

Balázs Vizi 

(U of Public Service, Hungary)

vizi.balazs@uni-nke.hu  

Participation of Minority Organisations in Bilateral State Relations: 

Central European Cases

 

Sándor Földvári 

(Debrecen U, Hungary)

alexfoldvari@gmail.com 

Swedish Minority in Estonia and Estonian Minority in Sweden:

Their Identity as Reflected in the “Svio-Estonica’” Yearbook

 

Csilla Varga

(U of Public Service, Hungary)

csilla.varga789@gmail.com 

Respect of Minority Rights in Inter-State Relations: 

Bilateral Committees Between Hungary and Its Neighbors

 

DISCUSSANT

Ljubica Djordjević

(European Centre for Minority Issues, Germany)

djordjevic@ecmi.de

PANEL CE19
Bilateral State Relations 
and Minority Issues 

Friday May 6, 8.30-10.00 AM ET

Central Europe