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Fixing ethnicity and the German Cultural Self-Government in interwar Estonia

STSM title: Fixing ethnicity and the German Cultural Self-Government in interwar Estonia
STSM start and end date: 07/06/2021 to 30/06/2021
Grantee name: Triin Tark (University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia)
Host institution: University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

Minorities in the borderland

STSM title: Minorities’ activities in the borderland living
STSM start and end date: 02/06/2021 to 07/06/2021
Grantee name: Joanna Kurowska-Pysz (WSB University, Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland)
Host institution: University of Southern Denmark, Sønderborg, Denmark

Social aspects of autonomy in Southern Europe

STSM title: Social aspects of autonomy in Southern Europe
STSM start and end date: 04/07/2021 to 21/07/2021
Grantee name: Branko Bošković (University of Donja Gorica, Montenegro)
Host institution: University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain

Basque cultural identities: A preliminary fieldwork research

STSM title: Basque cultural identities: A preliminary fieldwork research
STSM start and end date: 06/07/2021 to 24/07/2021
Grantee name: Nastja Slavec (Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia)
Host institution: Department of Philosophy of Values and Social Anthropology, University of the Basque Country, Spain

“Can Non-Territorial Autonomy Work in Practice?”

Register for this online talk on Wednesday 9 June 2021 at 3 pm CET

Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of National Minority Councils

ENTAN members among the presenters of the ECMI workshop

Tatar’s Religious & Educational Autonomy and National Movement in Interwar Romania

Melek Fetisleam: “During my STSM at Vienna University I had the opportunity to use the excellent infrastructure of the NTAutonomy project and to foster the theoretical knowledge about NTA as a historical and contemporary minority protection tool...

NTA as an enrichment of representative democracy

The October 2020 issue of Philosophy and Society is specially dedicated to non-territorial autonomy

Non-Territorial Autonomy and Decentralization: Ethno-Cultural Diversity Governance

Тhe 2020 Routledge volume entitled Non-Territorial Autonomy and Decentralization: Ethno-Cultural Diversity Governance edited by Tove H. Malloy and Levente Salat includes papers by several ENTAN members

First Training School on Non-Territorial Autonomy

From 8-11 September 2020, ENTAN – The European Non-Territorial Autonomy Network will hold its first Training School in Flensburg and Sønderborg.

Non-Territorial Autonomy Database

Free-of-charge and easy-to-search comprehensive reference database of NTA related books, articles and other sources.

Third MC meeting, online

Third Management Committee meeting
22 May 2020

The Legal Status and Social Rights of Montenegrins and Other Minorities in Croatia

Bojan Božović: “The purpose of the STSM was to do a research on the protection of social rights of Montenegrins in Croatia and on the legal status of the national minorities in general. It was intended to look at the Croatian political and social environment and consider the major factors for the protection of social rights. The visit had several results. The major one was obtaining relevant information about the research problem, in particular about the social rights of Montenegrins in Croatia and the legal status of other national minorities and their protection.”

Catalonia today: linguistic normalisation, literary education, identity construction (2006-2019)

Antonia M. Mora-Luna: “The STSM at the Faculty of Education, University of Barcelona (UB), offered me to know first-hand the Catalan educational situation, in particular the treatment of the two official languages and their respective literatures in classrooms...

Transnational Roma Movement and Non-Territorial Autonomy

György Majtényi: “Having the privilege of working with the NTA research team at the University of Vienna, with its focused research agenda, provided ...

Baltic German interwar archives

Timo Aava: “The STSM at the Herder Institute in Marburg enabled me to closely study primary archival sources on the Baltic German minority activists from interwar Estonia...

Self-governing ethnic communities in Slovenia: between idea and practice

Balázs Dobos: “I am indebted to the Institute for Ethnic Studies in Ljubljana for hosting me during the STSM and for enabling me to gain deeper insight into the role, general patterns and existing practices of the so-called self-governing ethnic communities...

Spain. Special legal model of preserving natural identity

Flavia Lucia Ghencea: “The STSM at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid offered me a special and fulfilling experience. I had the opportunity to study in a special space; the libraries - especially the legal one, offering excellent conditions in an exceptional cultural and architectural atmosphere...

Non-Territorial Approach to the Kosovo Question(s)

Aleksandar Pavlović: “I enjoyed immensely my STSM stay with Prof. Robert Hudson at the University of Derby and Prof. David J. Smith at the University of Glasgow. Their kind assistance and advices enabled me to draft an article on the NTA approach to the Kosovo issue and the question of Serbian heritage in Kosovo...