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Godina izdanja: 2018
MULTICULTURALISM IN PUBLIC POLICIES
Urednici - Goran Bašić, Mitja Žagar, Siniša Tatalović
Izdavač - Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade; Academic Network for Cooperation in South East Europe, Belgrade; Institute for Ethnic Studies, Ljubljana; Center for International and Security Studies of Faculty of Political Sciences, Zagreb
Godina - 2018
ISBN - 978-86-7093-203-6
Povez - Broširan
Stanje - Kao na slici, tekst bez podvlačenja
MITJA ŽAGAR - Diversities, Multiculturalism, Inter-Culturalism and Diversity Management in Southeast Europe
RUŽICA JAKEŠEVIĆ i SINIŠA TATALOVIĆ - Security Policies, Practices and Narratives on Migration in the Countries on the Balkan Route
GORAN BAŠIĆ - Policy of Multiculturalism in Serbia: Between Legal Confusion and Social Segregation
ANTONIJA PETRIČUŠIĆ i SINIŠA TATALOVIĆ - In Search of Multicultural Elements of the Croatian Minority Policy: Threatening Assimilation and Cultural Segregation
MIRZA SMAJIĆ - Multiculturalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina
DANIJELA VUKOVIĆ-ĆALASAN - Multiculturalism Policy in Montenegro
RUBIN ZEMON - Macedonian Salad: Managing Virtual Reality among the Imaging of the Nation State, Dreaming Multiculturalism and Developing Bi-Cultural Policies
About the authors
`The Academic Network for Research Support in Southeast Europe was based on the ideas and activities developed and fostered through the research of multiculturality and ethnicity by researchers in several university centres in the region – the Institute for Ethnic Studies in Ljubljana, the Centre for International and Security Studies at the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb, and the Centre for Ethnicity Research in Belgrade.
Although formal cooperation has never been established among these rather diverse institutions and organisations, the flow of ideas and communication among them has been maintained continually. Since 1996, a group of experts gathered around Professor Siniša Tatalović of the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb, has been organising multidisciplinary scholarly gatherings on ethnicity research methods and diversity management practices in multiethnic societies. In Belgrade, a group of dedicated experts from the Centre for Ethnicity Research has developed the first comparative research of multiculturalism policies in the region, published in the collections of papers Demokratija i nacionalne manjine [Democracy and National Minorities] (2002), Democracy and Multiculturalism in South East Europe (2003) and Perspektive multikulturalizma u državama zapadnog Balkana [Prospects of Multiculturalism in Western Balkan States] (2004). Finally, in Ljubljana, at the Institute for Ethnic Studies, founded in 1925, diverse research has been conducted on the phenomena of multiculturality and ethnicity. Although they developed independently of one another, these research endeavours and activities have been linked in intellectual synergy and the common need to provide answers to the questions on the organisation of multiethnic societies, emerging in the course of the democratic transition of the region, consequently resulting in the creation of a tightly knit network of researchers and ideas, which easily attracted and expanded the circle of collocutors and collaborators.
The Institute of Social Sciences in Belgrade, with its strong academic centres researching migration and ethnicity, recognised the importance of the aforementioned research and first joined in, and later developed and strengthened the structure of the network. The Academic Network for Research Support in Southeast Europe was established at the round table Democracy, Multiculturality and Ethno-Cultural Policies in West Balkan States and, in addition to the three aforementioned academic institutions, the co-founding document was also signed by the Faculties of Political Sciences from Sarajevo and Podgorica and the Euro-Balkan University from Skopje in early September 2017.
The collection of papers Multiculturalism in Public Policies offers a review of the ongoing issues concerning the status of national and ethnic minorities and immigrants, as well as of the ways in which their status is regulated in five countries of the region: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia. Although all these states have adopted multiculturalism policies, they are facing different challenges of multiethnicity. The institutional and social responses to these challenges have not always been in line with the expectations of the people to live safely, unafraid of being abused due to their nationality, religion or any other personal trait rooted in their ethnicity. The characteristics of the existing multiculturalism policies were carefully analysed in this publication and the ideas offered herewith by the authors to the scientific and social community are to contribute to deliberations on the organisation of multiethnic societies based on trust, the rule of law and stability.`
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