UACS SPS faculty members co-authored a chapter in a book published by Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft

UACS SPS faculty members, Assoc. Prof. Stevo Pendarovski, PhD, Assoc. Prof. Ivan Dodovski, PhD and Asst. Prof. Marina Andeva, PhD co-authored a chapter with the title “Fearing endless demands and learning to negotiate the change: Minority representation in the Republic of Macedonia”, in the book “Beyond International Conditionality, Local Variations of Minority Representation in Central and South-Eastern Europe”, edited by Balázs Vizi, Norbert Tóth, Edgár Dobos, published by Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, one of the leading scientific publishers in legal and social sciences.

The book addresses great changes in the accommodation of minority communities into South-East European and Central European countries; new bodies of minority self-governments, of elected and non-elected consultative bodies and new solutions for their parliamentary representation.

These issues are addressed by offering an analysis of different forms of ‘effective participation’ for minorities in public life, the effects of European integration and detailed case studies of the different models adopted in South-East European and Central European countries.
The publication is available at the following link.

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