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Sina Van den Bogaert

methodology was used to examine these questions. When writing about the Roma, first of all, one has to define what the term ‘Roma’ covers. Who are ‘the Roma’? Who decides who can be called Roma? Are the Roma a national minority, or an ethnic or racial minority? What differentiates them from other minorities

Sina Van den Bogaert

educational rights. Policies and programmes tackling the segregation of the Roma in education will only prove successful if they incorporate as well a social element as methodologies including interculturalism and elements of the Roma culture. Farkas stresses in this context that a broad definition of ‘race

Sina Van den Bogaert

minority language. The Advisory Committee has welcomed the introduction of modern bi- and multilingual teaching methodologies. 39 It has also welcomed the use of bilateral co-operation with other countries to strengthen measures to protect minorities in the field of education, such as through teacher

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Dustin J. Byrd

riders in Britain and Israel, and trains in Spain, they are also feared by Muslims in historically Muslim lands who reject extremism, who visit Shi’a shrines, or who work for peace and reconciliation between warring factions. Indeed, if one was to adopt a quantitative methodology, one should clearly see

Pok Yin S. Chow

understandings influence the application of the law. In Sections 5.2 to 5.4, this chapter seeks to summarise the findings of the previous chapters and to set out the lessons for the un human rights treaty bodies which can be drawn from them. Section 5.5 comments on the methodological implications of this

Pok Yin S. Chow

understandings influence the application of the law. In Sections 5.2 to 5.4, this chapter seeks to summarise the findings of the previous chapters and to set out the lessons for the un human rights treaty bodies which can be drawn from them. Section 5.5 comments on the methodological implications of this

Pok Yin S. Chow

implications of anthropological knowledge for cultural rights go beyond providing an empirical or theoretical basis for cultural rights; by challenging legal epistemology, they also raise methodological questions. As our understanding of the social world often conditions and shapes our objects of enquiry (and

Pok Yin S. Chow

implications of anthropological knowledge for cultural rights go beyond providing an empirical or theoretical basis for cultural rights; by challenging legal epistemology, they also raise methodological questions. As our understanding of the social world often conditions and shapes our objects of enquiry (and

Sina Van den Bogaert

/EC 2011 Regional Roma survey. The surveys were all carried out using a similar methodology, applying a multi-stage selection of respondents. To optimise the sampling approach, EU-MIDIS II refined the methodology applied in 2011. Despite the similar approaches, the surveys are subject to some limitations

Sina Van den Bogaert

, Slovakia and Spain. The 2011 Roma survey covered the same countries, apart from Croatia. 11 The surveys were all carried out using a similar methodology, applying a multi-stage selection of respondents. To optimise the sampling approach, EU-MIDIS ii refined the methodology applied in 2011. Despite the