Read about a talk with Professor Petra Roter here: Between de facto and de jure minority protection in CEE region
Professor Petra Roter, Ph.D. (Cantab.), M.Phil. (Cantab.), BA (Ljubljana), is at present a Visiting Scholar at POLIS, University of Cambridge. She has done extensive work in various areas related to minorities, including minority protection at international and national levels, ethnic diversity management, international conflict management and post-conflict reconstruction. Her major publications include, among others, a book on National Minorities in International Relations (in Slovenian, two editions), and on¬¬ Mapping the New World Order (with T. Volgy, Z. Šabič and A. Gerlak; Wiley, 2009). Dr Roter is an Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Ljubljana and the President of the Advisory Committee on the Council of Europe’s Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (2016-18).
Petra Roter on society’s responsibility to integrate minorities:
In this extended edition of our most recent Cambridge Minute, Dr Roter covers the obstacles in protecting minority rights:
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