|1.||Bebler, Anton : The rights and autonomy of the national minorities in Slovenia, 1996|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of monograph series
The rights and autonomy of the national minorities in Slovenia / Bebler, Anton
REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT: Autonomies locales, intégrité territoriale et protection des minorités : colloque international, Lausanne, 25-27 avril 1996 : Local self-government, territorial integrity and protection of minorities, international colloquium, 25-27 April 1996 / in cooperation with European Commission for Democracy through Law of the Council of Europe (Venice Commission) - (Publications of the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law ; 29), p. 53-74. - Zürich : Schulthess, 1996.
NOTE (GENERAL): Basic constitutional charter on the independence and sovereignty of the Republic of Slovenia (full text);
|2.||Local self-government, territorial integrity and protection of minorities, 1996|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series
Local self-government, territorial integrity and protection of minorities / - (Science and technique of democracy ; no. 16), 339 p.. - Strasbourg : Council of Europe. European Commission for Democracy throgh Law, 1996.
ABSTRACT: Opening session:. 1. Minority rights : a remedy for international conflict, by Jean-marc Boulgaris. FIRST WORKING SESSION : "The situation in certain Western countries":. 1. The Åland Islands in Finland, by Markku Suksi. 2. The situation in Italy, by Sergio Bartole. 3. The situation in Spain, by Miquel Roca Junyent. 4. The situation in Belgium, by Jean-Claude Scholsem. 5. The situation in Switzerland, by Joseph Voyame. 6. The situation in Canada, by Gerald A. Beaudoin. 7. A note on the Faroe Islands - home rule case, by Arni Olafsson. SECOND WORKING SESSION: "The situation in certain Central and Eastern European countries":. 1. The Russian Federation and atonomy : a preliminary perspective, by Nicolai Vitruk. 2. Territorial autonomy in Ukraine - the case of Crimea, by Serhiy Holovaty. 3. The rights and autonomy of the national minorities in Slovenia, by Anton Bebler. 4. The situation in Moldova, by Alexei Barbaneagra. 5. The thno-national effects of territorial delimitation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, by Joseph Marko. 6. Local and national minority self-government in Hungary, by Janos Bathory. 7. Autonomy, human rights and protection of minorities in Central and Eastern Europe, by Fernand de Varennes. THIRD WORKING SESSION:. 1. The OSCE and international guarantees of local self-government, by John Packer. 2. Territorial integrity of states, minority protection and guarantees for autonomy arrangements : approaches and roles of the United Nations, by Asbjörn Eide. 3. Which international guarantees of local self-government? Council of Europe work, by Ferdinando Albanese. FINAL REPORT : Local self-government, territorial integrity and protection of minorities, by Giorgio Malinverni.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Finland / Spain / Canada / Faroe Islands / Russian Federation / Belgium / Ukraine / Slovenia / Moldova / Hungary / Central Europe / Eastern Europe
LOCAL GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Aaland Islands Crimea
NOTE (MEETINGS): Proceedings of the UniDem seminar organised in Lausanne on 25-27 April 1996 in co-operation with the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law
NOTE (GENERAL): ECHR; Canadian charter of rights and freedoms; Framework convention for the protection of national minorities; European charter on regional or minority languages; ICCPR-7; Declaration on the rights of minorities; Proposal for the protection of minorities; Copenhagen declaration; European charter of regional self-government;
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