The Interrelation between the Right to Identity of Minorities and their Socio-economic Participation

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Editor: Kristin Henrard
This edited volume sets out to unravel various dimensions of a particular topical question pertaining to minorities and minority protection, which has not been explored yet, more particularly the socio-economic participation of minorities in relation to their right to (respect for) identity. This interrelation and interaction is studied from a multi-disciplinary perspective, spanning a broad range of disciplines, while drawing on a rich variety of case studies covering various corners of the world. This interrelation manifests itself in distinctive ways for religious minorities, ethnic minorities, and indigenous peoples. As it is impossible to provide a comprehensive coverage, this volume aims to offer a range of articles that reveal the breadth of the theme under review, while combining theoretical analysis with fascinating case studies.

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Kristin Henrard, LL.M. (Harvard), Ph.D. (1999) in Law, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, is Professor of Minority Protection at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. She has published extensively on a broad variety of themes pertaining to minority rights and minority protection, including Synergies in Minority Protection (CUP, 2009).
Introduction Kristin Henrard;
PART I
MINORITIES, IDENTITY, EDUCATION, AND INTEGRATION
Minorities, Identity, Socio-Economic Participation and Integration:
About Interrelations and Synergies Kristin Henrard;
Calibrating Cultural Lenses: Socio-Economic Participation, Identity and Migration Policy Shifts José-María Arraiza;
Between Identity Transmission and Equal Opportunities: The Multiple Dimensions of Minorities’ Right to Education Julie Ringelheim;
Overruling Murphy’s Law on the Free Choice of Identity and the Racial-Ethnic-National Terminology-Triad: Notes on How the Legal and Political Conceptualization of Minority Communities and Membership Boundaries is Induced by the Groups’ Claims András L. Pap;
PART II
LINGUISTIC MINORITIES, SOCIO-ECONOMIC PARTICIPATION AND IDENTITY
MLE as an Economic Equaliser in India and Nepal: Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education Fights Poverty through Capability Development and Identity Support Ajit Mohanty and Tove Skutnabb-Kangas;
English as Pandemic? Robert Phillipson;
The Uneasy Relationship Between Language Issues and Socio-Economic Participation: Linguistically Sensitive Approaches to Participation Robert Dunbar;
PART III
RELIGIOUS MINORITIES, SOCIO-ECONOMIC PARTICIPATION AND IDENTITY
A Critical Appraisal of the Margin of Appreciation Left to States Pertaining to “Church–State Relations” under the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights Kristin Henrard;
Participation of Muslim Minorities in the Spanish Mainstream Society Eugenia Relaño Pastor;
A Surviving Treaty: The Lausanne Minority Protection in Greece and Turkey Konstantinos Tsitselikis;
PART IV
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, SOCIO-ECONOMIC PARTICIPATION AND IDENTITY
Discrimination, Indigenous and Tribal Peoples, and Social Indicators Lee Swepston;
Marginality, Disempowerment and Contested Discourses on Indigenousness in Africa Felix Mukwiza Ndahinda;
Engaging the Leviathan: National Development, Corporate Globalisation and the Endorois’ Quest to Recover Their Herding Grounds Korir Sing’Oei;
Notes on the Implementation by Latin American Courts of the ILO Convention 169 on Indigenous Peoples Christian Courtis;
Index.
All those interested in minority protection, in the implications of the right to identity of minorities, the socio-economic participation of minorities and the hurdles they experience, in multi-disciplinary perspectives on minorities (including indigenous peoples), and in cross-regional perspectives on minorities (not limited to one particular region or content).