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National minorities in Vojvodina

National minorities in Vojvodina

proceedings, International Conference, March 20-22, 1998, Novi Sad

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Published by AEGEE in Novi Sad .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnology -- Yugoslavia -- Vojvodina (Serbia),
  • Minorities -- Yugoslavia -- Vojvodina (Serbia).,
  • Vojvodina (Serbia) -- Ethnic relations.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statement[editor, Jasmina Bogdanović ; translation, Branka Nikoloić].
    ContributionsBogdanović, Jasmina., Association des états généraux des étudiants de l"Europe.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDR2095 .N37 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148 p.
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18978461M

    Languages of National Minorities and Ethnic Groups in Yugoslavia Melanie Mikes. Languages of National Minorities in Vojvodina Dalibor Brozovic. The Yugoslav Model of Language Planning: A Confrontation with Other Multilingual Models 72 II. Increase in Serbian national – Decrease in Yugoslav national (in Vojvodina) Belongs to Number % Number % Number % Serbs 54,50 56,28 65,05 Yugoslavs 8,21 8,65 2,45 Fast disappearance of ethnic minorities in Vojvodina Ethnic Minorities

    Languages of National Minorities and Ethnic Groups in Yugoslavia Melanie Mikes. Languages of National Minorities in Vojvodina Dalibor Brozovic. The Yugoslav Model of Language Planning: A Confrontation with Other Multilingual Models 72 II Planning of Individual Languages. Kenneth E. Naylor. The exhibition ‘National Minorities, Breath of Diversity, Breath of Europe” was conceived in the framework of the 10th anniversary of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities. This series of photos was taken in Vojvodina, a Serbian multiethnic region.

    Vojvodina, autonomous province in Serbia. It is the northernmost part of Serbia, bordered by Croatia to the west, Hungary to the north, and Romania to the east. Vojvodina includes the historic regions of Bačka, between the Danube and Tisa rivers and the Hungarian border; Banat, to the east of. Because of that, Romanian can be used on many occasions in Vojvodina at provincial as well as at local level. The National Council of the Romanian National Minority in Serbia, an institution aiming to conduct the minority autonomy in the domains of culture, education, informations and the official use of the Romanian language, represents all the Romanians in Serbia.


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Hungarians – There areHungarians in Vojvodina or 13% of the population and they are the second largest ethnic group in the region. Hungarians mostly live in northern Vojvodina (northern Bačka and northern Banat).They constitute an absolute majority in 5 municipalities: Kanjiža (%), Senta (%), Ada (%), Bačka Topola National minorities in Vojvodina book, and Mali Iđoš (%).

The situation of national minorities in Vojvodina and of the Romanian ethnic minority in Serbia. Report. Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights. Rapporteur: Mr Jürgen HERRMANN, Germany, Group of the European People's Party.

Summary: The report – which underlines that cultural diversity should be perceived not as a threat, but as a. Novi Sad is the largest city and administrative center of Vojvodina and the second-largest city in Serbia.

Vojvodina has a population of almost 2 million (nearly 27% of Serbia's population excluding Kosovo). Vojvodina is recognizable for its multi-ethnic and multi-cultural identity. There are some 26 ethnic groups in the province, and six languages are in official use by the provincial Country: Serbia.

Autonomy. The Autonomous Province of Vojvodina was established in October and its political status was regulated on September 1,as an autonomous entity within Serbia, although it had several political predecessors such as Serbian Vojvodina (–), Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar (–), Banat, Bačka and Baranja (), and Danube Banovina (   Czech minority in Vojvodina and Croatia.

Flag of the Czech minority - Image by Željko Heimer, 12 November According to the book Cehoslovacka brigada "Jan Ziska" (OO SUBNOR-a Daruvar, Daruvar, Croatia, SFRY, ), the Czech national minority used a flag horizontally divided white-red with a blue triangle at hoist (that is the Czechoslovak flag) and a yellow bordered red five.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

National minorities. An abstract term which evokes the complex realities of those persons who, because of history, have a specific background and identity.

With this book, we are here immersed in the heart of the diversity of our societies and their intermingling of populations. The exhibition rsquo;national minorities, Breath of Diversity, Breath of Europe - was conceived in the framework of.

National minorities. An abstract term which evokes the complex realities of those persons who, because of history, have a specific background and identity. With this book, we are here immersed in the heart of the diversity of our societies and their intermingling of populations.

The exhibition `National Minorities, Breath of Diversity, Breath of Europe" was conceived in the framework of the. Minorities in Vojvodina, says Branislav Djurdjev, a demographer at the province's Novi Sad University, tend to be much older than Serbs, who themselves are ageing fast.

Source: Veliki geografski atlas Jugoslavije, SNL () The book Svijet oko nas - enciklopedija za djecu i omladinu II, IX. issue, Skolska knjiga, Zagreb (), pageparagraph Zastave nasih naroda (The flags of our nations) states that (my translation):All nationalities in Yugoslavia have equal right to hoist their national flags, but with the red five-pointed star in the middle, as.

The Government of Vojvodina (Serbian: Влада Војводине / Vlada Vojvodine) is the executive organ of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, within the Republic of its actions it is accountable to the Assembly of rights and duties of the government are laid down by the Constitution of Serbia and by the Statute of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina as its Leader: President of the Government.

Vojvodina as to the importance that the promotion of the culture of national minorities has on the Tourism Education Studies and Practice,Vol.(1), № 1 REPORTS ON THE POSITION OF NATIONAL MINORITIES. According Albanians Alliance of Vojvodina Article authorities autonomy Backa Topola rights Helsinki Committee Human Rights institutions issue Kosovo Kovacica language and alphabet large number largest number live minorities in Serbia minority national community Montenegrins mother.

national minorities, the Vojvodinian Ruthenians expect that the last Stalinist bastion in the world will fall down soon. The Vojvodinian Ruthenia ns ex pect a c lear recommendation both by the. VOJVODINA’S NATIONAL MINORITIES: CURRENT REALITIES AND FUT.

PROSPECTS their languages. Further, in these areas where a national minority makes up 15% of the local population, federal legislation and other such enactments are to be issued in the minority’s language as well.

Also, those members of national minorities that make up less than 2%File Size: KB. YUGOSLAVIA'S NATIONAL MINORITIES UNDER COMMUNISM BY PAUL SHOUP.

The Yugoslav nationalities question has always been a source of fascin­ ation for Western scholars. Inevitably, discussion has centered on the differences between the major Slav nationalities-the Serbs, Croats, Slovenes, Macedonians, and by: 6.

That research covered 36 municipalities in Vojvodina and 16 municipalities in Central Serbia, that is municipalities inhabited by the largest number of national minorities according to the census.7 The goal of research was to establish the level of enforcement of collective rights of national minorities as prescribed by the domestic.

garians organized a national guard, which quickly took command of the Hungarian districts of Vojvodina. In AMacedonia there sprang up groups variously referred to as "national committees" or "Macedonian committees" to welcome the Bulgarians.

During the rest of the war the minorities, with the exception of the Czechs, Slovaks, and Turks. BOOK REPORT. Aleksandra Djurić-Milovanović, Dvostruke manjine u Srbiji: O posebnostima u religiji i etnicitetu Rumuna u Vojvodini [Double Minorities in Serbia: Distinctive Aspects of the Religion and Ethnicity of the Romanians in Vojvodina].Belgrade: Balkanološki Institut SANU,   The Right to Education of Persons Belonging to National Minorities in Vojvodina – in European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online Author: Aleksandra VujićAuthor: Aleksandra Vujić.

The real and demanding issue is how to obey the principles of the rule of law in the case of the official language in a multiethnic state. Serbia, and its uniquely multiethnic Vojvodina province, has a rich and developed legislation concerning official language use, including the official language use of Cited by: 1.characteristics of Ruthenians in Vojvodina, and that they, like most ethnic minorities in Vojvodina, share the fate of the major ity of Serbian people, with the unavoidable process of silent assimilation and integration with Serbian : Milan Lalić, Gordana Jovanović, Milka Bubalo-Živković.The situation and rights of national minorities in Europe La situation et les droits des minorités nationales en Europe A nemzeti kisebbségek helyzete és jogai Európában Kisebbsegek 1