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Session 1

Thursday (May 16):
10.00-11.40 AM

CHAIR

TBA

 

PAPERS

Christofer Berglund

(Södertörn U, Sweden)

christofer.berglund@mau.se

Brothers in Arms?

Estonia’s Defence Forces and the Trojan Horse Dilemma (1991-2021)

 

Janos Fiala-Butora

(Centre for Social Sciences, Hungary)

janos.fiala@gmail.com

Changing European Minority Rights Standards: Improvement or Regression?

 

Csilla Varga

(U of Public Service, Hungary)

csilla.varga789@gmail.com

The Political Participation and Representation of National Minorities in an Intergovernmental Setting

 

Svetluša Surova

(Minority Issues Research Institute, Slovakia)

svetlusa_surova@biari.brown.edu

“We Were Like Dogs Locked in Here”:
Dissenting Voices From the Quarantined Roma Settlements During the First Wave
of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Slovakia

 

David Andreas Bell

(Norwegian U of Science and Technology)

david.a.bell@ntnu.no 

30 Years of Prejudice:
An Analysis of Bias Towards Ethnic Outgroups in Central and Eastern Europe: 1990-2020

 

Timo Aava

(Hebrew U of Jerusalem, Israel)

timo.aava@mail.huji.ac.il 

Between the Individual and the Group: Minority Rights in Interwar Estonia

 

DISCUSSANT

Myra Waterbury

(Ohio U, US)

warerbur@ohio.edu

PANEL CE9
Minority Rights in Central Europe 

Thursday May 16, 10.00-11.40 AM

Central Europe

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