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International Obligations

This report was prepared by the team of the European Centre for Minority Issues (Flensburg, Germany) with participation of experts from Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. The listed authors do not necessarily agree to all the contents and conclusions of the report.

Contributors: Carolina Bagrin (Moldova), Olga Gonchearova (Moldova), Ion Duminika (Moldova), Taras Khalavka (Ukraine), Maksim

Читати далі International Obligations

Khalavka T. Elucidation of the definition «national minority» as an object of a state national ethnic policy

Problem setting The term «national minority» is widely used in the legislative base of Ukraine as well as in scientific works of a great number of scientists. However, the context of the meaning is quite different in various normative acts and scientific discourses. This fact, in its turn, leads to the absence of a concrete

Читати далі Khalavka T. Elucidation of the definition «national minority» as an object of a state national ethnic policy

The draft law “On languages in Ukraine” has been registered in the Ukrainian Parliament

 This draft law was developed by Deputies Efremov A. S. (Party of Regions of Ukraine), Symonenko P.M. (the Communist Party of Ukraine) and Grinevetskuj S.R. (The Lytvyn Bloc). Even if this law keeps the legal status of the Ukrainian language as unitary official language, it contains some positions which level its official language status. Critics

Читати далі The draft law “On languages in Ukraine” has been registered in the Ukrainian Parliament

Daniel Grenchuk. Integration of national minorities in Bukovina to the Kingdom of Great Romania (1918-1928). SOME CONSIDERATIONS

Abstract: In the historic Bukovina the percentage of the minorities was superior tot hat of Romanian (52%-55%), so that the Romanian authorities found it difficult to ha ndle things. These problems were only noticed after the enthusiasm of the union to Romania and the appearance of a large set of economic, social, political land

Читати далі Daniel Grenchuk. Integration of national minorities in Bukovina to the Kingdom of Great Romania (1918-1928). SOME CONSIDERATIONS

Romanian national minority in Ukraine and Ukrainian national minority in Romania

Human Rights Without Frontiers (Website: http://www.hrwf.net) On 27 January 2009, Romanian MEP Călin Cătălin Chiriţă introduced a motion for a resolution on promoting the right to mother-tongue education for members of the Romanian minority in Ukraine. It is worth reminding that Kiev proposed to set up an international commission to monitor the rights of minorities

Читати далі Romanian national minority in Ukraine and Ukrainian national minority in Romania

Information about Guaranteeing of Rights for Romanian Minority in Chernivtsi Region

Many representatives of nearly eighty nationalities live in Chernivtsi region. Among them one can find Ukrainians (75%), Romanians (12, 5%), Moldavians (7,3%), Jews (2 %), Poles (0,3 %), Byelorussians (0,2%) and some Germans (0,1 %). According to the 2001 census of enumeration data there live approximately 114, 5 thousands of Romanians in Chernivtsi region. Scridb

Читати далі Information about Guaranteeing of Rights for Romanian Minority in Chernivtsi Region