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Speaking Their Language

Speaking Their Language

By • on December 5, 2012

PODGORICA | Montenegro’s newest effort to keep Roma children in school is happening far from the classroom – and often involves neither student nor teacher.

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Right to stop travel

Right to stop travel

By • on July 18, 2012

If you type words such as “exit controls” or “travel bans” into any search engine, the results will inevitably include countries like Pakistan or China,  which can hardly be labelled democratic. And yet, these words have recently experienced a new, sad revival in a place in Europe, the Balkans. 

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Conference on Roma, Ashkali and Balkan-Egyptians in former Yugoslavia

Conference on Roma, Ashkali and Balkan-Egyptians in former Yugoslavia

By • on December 4, 2009

The Southeast Europe Association (Südosteuropa-Gesellschaft – SOG) in cooperation with Schroubek Fonds, Giessen Center for East European Studies (Gießener Zentrum Östliches Europa – GIZO) and the chair of Southeast European History at Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen invite to a conference

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