Megjelent Vizi Balázs, Dobos Balázs és Natalija Shikova szerkesztésében a Non-Territorial Autonomy as an Instrument for Effective Participation of Minorities c. kötet

Megjelent Vizi Balázs, Dobos Balázs és Natalija Shikova szerkesztésében a Non-Territorial Autonomy as an Instrument for Effective Participation of Minorities c. kötet

Vizi, Balázs; Dobos, Balázs; Natalija, Shikova (eds.): Non-Territorial Autonomy as an Instrument for Effective Participation of Minorities. Budapest, Szkopje: Centre for Social Sciences, University American College Skopje (2021), 330 p. ISBN: 9786084607533

Table of contents


Ivan Dodovski: The Emerging Significance of Non-Territorial Autonomy: A Foreword


Theorizing Non-Territorial Autonomy and Self-Determination

  • Jacob Dahl Rendtorff: Autonomy as a Basic Principle in Ethics and Law: Clarification of the Concept of Autonomy in Jurisprudence as the Basis for Understanding Non-Territorial Autonomy
  • Natalija Shikova: The Normative Base for Non–Territorial Autonomy – A Comparative Legal Overview
  • Piet Goemans: Karl Renner’s Guarantee for a National Right to Co-determination


Origins and Operation of Non-Territorial Autonomy Regimes

  • Costas Stratilatis: Non-Territorial Arrangements under the Pressure of Geopolitics, External Interventions, Security Interests, and Nationalist Aspirations: Cyprus 1955-1965
  • Martin Klatt: Minority Political Parties – An Effective Means of Participation or a Trade Union Negotiator? The Example of the South Schleswig Voters Association (Südschleswigscher Wählerverband, SSW)
  • Balázs Dobos: Ethnopolitical Identification and Mobilisation within the Elected Non-Territorial Cultural Autonomies of Central and South-Eastern Europe
  • Ágnes Molnárné Balázs: Non-Territorial Autonomy as the Gateway to (Effective) Participation of Minorities at the National Level - Nationality Spokespersons in the Hungarian Parliament


Perspectives of Non-Territorial Autonomy in the Balkans

  • Aleksandar Pavlović: Autonomy or Independence: Minority Arrangements for Vojvodina Hungarians and Kosovo Albanians in Serbia during and after the Yugoslav Period
  • Damir Banović: Federalism, Consocialism and Non-Territorial Autonomy
  • Bojan Božović, Branko Bošković: The Meaning of Autonomy in the Montenegrin Sociopolitical Context: A Comparative Perspective


Assessing the Serbian Model of NTA: The Experiences of the National Councils

  • Tamás Korhecz: Evolving the Legal Framework of Non-Territorial Autonomy in Serbia. Interaction between the Legislator and the Constitutional Court – Steps Forwards and Steps Backwards
  • Katinka Beretka: Factors Influencing the Legal Footing of National Minority Councils in Serbia – The First Ten Years
  • Ljubica Đorđević-Vidojković: An Outline for Systematic and Evidence-Based Monitoring of the Functioning of the National Minority Councils in Serbia
  • Karolina Lendák-Kabók: The National Council of the Hungarian National Minority’s Impact on Education and Social Integration in Serbia


Israel-Palestine and the Possibilities of Non-Territorial Autonomy

  • As’ad Ghanem: Collective unrest: In Search of Non-Territorial Autonomy for Palestinians, Israeli citizens
  • Erella Shadmi: Tribes in Modern Israel and Possible Non-Territorial Autonomy Arrangements
  • Meital Pinto: Non-Territorial Group Rights vs. Semi-Territorial Group Rights for the Palestinian-Arab Minority in Israel


Identifications and Group Boundaries within Non-Territorial Autonomies

  • András L. Pap: Groupism, Groupness, Human Rights and Minority Rights: Recognition and Identity in the Case of Roma Non-Territorial Autonomy in Hungary
  • Konstantinos Tsitelikis: A Multifaceted Case of (Non-)Territorial Autonomy: Old and New Islam in Greece
  • Antonia M. Mora-Luna: Two Cultural Identities? Two Languages, Two Literatures? NTA as a Mechanism for a Pluri-national Cohesion in Catalonia


Notes on contributors