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Abstract

This article sets out which Polish laws contain rules for the protection of minorities. The obligations of the Republic of Poland in this field arise from various international law instruments, such as the Framework Convention on the Protection of National Minorities. The democratic transformations of 1989 affected the legal and social situation of minorities in Poland. Although the author finds the efforts of the Polish government to protect minority rights laudable, she concludes that there is still room for improvement and calls for a general law dealing with national minorities.

Polish Law and Policy towards National Minorities

in International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

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