Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2018, ISBN ; 9789004353312.
Populism, Memory and Minority Rights is the flagship publication of the Tom Lantos Institute (TLI), a highly-regarded international human rights institute based in Budapest, Hungary. The publication provides a forum for discussion on crucial themes of global and regional importance on the accommodation of ethno-cultural diversity and related normative developments. It introduces TLI's work in terms of its mandated issue areas, including Roma rights and citizenship, Jewish life and antisemitism, and Hungarian and other national minorities. The theoretical and empirical studies, commentaries, interviews, reports and other documents offer a unique source of information for libraries, research institutes, civil society actors, governments, intergovernmental organizations and all those interested in contemporary normative trends and debates in international minority protection.
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Roma Rights and Citizenship A Forbidden People Has No History / János Bársony and Ágnes Daróczi Shouldn't We Have a History? / Ágnes Daróczi Roma Women's Local Initiatives in Hungary: Driving Force for Community Participation and Empowerment / Erzsébet Anita Német and Szilvia Rézműves From Victimhood to Citizenship: The Path of Roma Integration,András Bíró, Nicolae Gheorghe, Martin Kovats and others / Angéla Kóczé Jewish Life and Antisemitism Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation: Moving beyond Guilt and Victimhood / Arie Nadler Towards Negative Possession of Identity / Gergely Romsics Constructing Memorials, Constructing Memory / Alex Maws Ki szereti a zsidókat? A magyar filoszemitizmus [Who likes the Jews? Hungarian philosemitism] Hungarian Minorities Mobilizing Strategies of Hungarian Minority Parties in Romania, Serbia and Slovakia / István Gergő Székely Mono-ethnic Transnationalism? Romanian Public Perceptions of Hungarian Ethno-political Claims and Kin-state Policies / Tamás Kiss General Issues The Congress of European Nationalities and the International Protection of Minority Rights, 1925-1938 / Ferenc Eiler Group Identities and Human Rights: How Do We Square the Circle in International Law? / Gaetano Pentassuglia Policing the Public Sphere: Regulating Religion in Europe / Kathleen Cavanaugh Identity and Human Rights in a "Populist" Era: Urging Caution and Pragmatism in Minority Rights Protection / Joshua Castellino Comments for a Roundtable Discussion on "Transnational Activism: Impact of Populism on Minorities, Indigenous Peoples and Refugees" / Fiona McConnell Report Human Rights Education in the Visegrád Countries: A Difficult Journey / Louise Métrich.
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