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2017 Global Minority Rights Summer School at NUPS

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The increasingly popular Global Minority Rights Summer School, which has been organized for the fifth time in cooperation between the National University of Public Service, the Tom Lantos Institute and the Middlesex University of London, has started today. During the intense, one week long course, the invited renowned professors, researchers and practitioners, as well as the participating students are looking for answers to the question of what role does populism fulfil in the lives of vulnerable minorities around the world.

At the opening ceremony of the summer school, Anna-Mária Bíró, Director of the Tom Lantos Institute and Dr. Balázs Vizi, Head of the Department of International Law at the Faculty of International and European Studies greeted the participants. Anna-Mária Bíró stressed the importance of the above mentioned question and wished a successful week of learning to the participants. A week, where they should not be afraid to ask and wonder about these difficult questions. Dr. Balázs Vizi expressed his content on NUPS being a part of this important event which is a really respected in this field and serves are a great meeting point for all those interested in minority issues.

The lectures of the one week long course started right after the opening ceremony. They are going to cover such important issues as populism and liberal democracy, media in the age of populism, and the EU’s reaction to populism. One of the main roundtable discussions are going to be about cross-border activism and minorities in multi-national states.  In the second part of the week case studies are going to be presented on various countries including India, Israel and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Book launch - Managing Diversity through Non-Territorial Autonomy

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The National University of Public Service invites You to the book launch of

              T. Malloy - A. Osipov - B. Vizi (eds.) Managing Diversity through Non-Territorial Autonomy -

                       Assessing Advantages, Deficiencies, and Risks (Oxford, OUP, 2015)

The book launch is organised as part of the Global Minority Rights Summer School. A discussion with the editors:

  • Tove Malloy, director of the European Centre for Minority Issues,
  • Alexander Osipov, senior research associate of the European Centre for Minority Issues,
  • Balázs Vizi, associate professor at the National University of Public Service,

will be held by Anna-Mária Bíró, director of Tom Lantos Institute.

Venue:                      National University of Public Service

                                 1118 Budapest, Ménesi St. 5.

Date:                        22 July 2015 (Wednesday)   12:45

Your attendance is highly appreciated.

Summer School with special focus on minority rights

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For the second time, the National University of Public Service and the Tom Lantos Institute have jointly organised Summer School with special focus on the issue of human rights. Three opening speeches marked the star of the Summer School held by Prof. Dr. András Patyi, the rector of National University of Public Service, Anna-Mária Bíró, the director of Tom Lantos Institute and Joshua Castellino, the dean of School of Law at Middlesex University of London.

This year, the Middlesex University of London also joined to the initiative as a host university along with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade which clearly made the programme even more prominent and prestigious. The Summer School is between the 14th and 20th of July.

In 2013 the aim of the first programme was offering a course focusing on the issue of minority rights in Central-Eastern Europe which can contribute to the high level of courses offered by world-renowned Western European universities and which is open for application for students from Hungary.

Last year 230 students applied for the Summer School programme which was supported by the State Reform Operational Programme. This number further increased in 2014 and the University received 460 applications which indicates very well that the Summer School is on the way to further success. Thirty-three students from over 96 countries and every continent are attending the programme in 2014, fifteen of them have been awarded full scholarship. This year, the scholarship granted by the University was enlarged which enabled even more international students outside of the EU to stay in Hungary and to take part in the programme. This initiative was highly supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

In additional to attending lectures, the students also have opportunity to take part in a daytrip to Subotica, Serbia. The lectures have a special focus – among others – on the evaluation of the relationship between international constitutionalism and minorities, as well as on the spreading tendency of nationalism and minorities.

Brendan O’Leary, professor of University of Pennsylvania, expert of ethnic conflicts gives lecture on the related global political mechanism. Tove Malloy, the director of ECMI and the member of the Advisory Committee on the European Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities introduces the issue of the political participation of minorities. The lecture by Balázs Vizi, the associate professor of National University of Public Service focuses on the EU’s role to protect language diversity and also on the linguistic rights of the citizens of the European Union. Joshua Castellino, the dean of School of Law at Middlesex University of London aims to elucidate the issues of minorities and constitutionalism in the Middle-East.

Several lecturers aim to highlight the issue of the Roma community as Roma community are considered as transnational minority of Europe. The issues of the Jewish minority in Middle-East, the challenges of peacebuilding processes in Africa, along with the issues of Turkish minority are also in the focus of the programme. Within the framework of the programme, detailed attention is paid to the evaluation of the issues of those Hungarian minorities who are living in the neighbouring countries.

At the summer school – among others – Jennifer Jackson-Preece, professor of London School of Economics and Bineta Diop, president of Femmes Africa Solidarité is also among the outstanding lecturers of the programme. Along with the students, exerts of the topic raised during the programme also attend the courses from Ethiopia, Egypt, Philippines and Sri Lanka.