Course date

1 July - 12 July, 1996
Application deadline
15 February, 1996
Course Director(s): 

Nenad Dimitrijevic

Political Science, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Tibor Varady

Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Course Faculty: 

Gudmundur Alfredsson

Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Lund, Sweden

Anna-Maria Biro

Minority Rights Group, Budapest, Hungary

Guy Haarscher

Free University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Geza Hercegh

International Court of Justice, the Hague, the Netherlands

Dejan Janca

CEU, Budapest, Hungary

Laslo Jozsa

Attorney, Subotica, Yugoslavia

Janos Kis

Department of Political Science, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Gyorgy Konrad

Writer, Budapest, Hungary

Tamas Korhecz

"Equality", Subotica, Yugoslavia

Zoran Pajic

University of London, United Kingdom

Alan Philip

Minority Rights Group, London, United Kingdom

Andras Sajo

Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
The objective of this two-week course is to explore this complex theme by combining different, yet closely related conceptual standpoints of several scientific subfields:
 
  • legal and political philosophy
  • constitutional law
  • international law
  • sociology and political science
The main topics of the course are:
 
  • Present Options in Ethnically Diverse States, Individual versus Collective Rights, Workshop on Minority Rights in Vojvodina
  • Individual versus Collective Rights 
  • The Position of Minority Rights Within the Realm of Human Rights
  • The International and European Framework of Minority Rights 
  • Various Forms of Minority Autonomies in Europe
  • Case Study: The Workshop on Minority Rights in Vojvodina