Co-nation Rights after 1989: Cultural, or Political Rights?
This chapter examines co-nation rights in post-1989 Europe. It evaluates whether co-nation rights are seen as part of the human rights regime or whether they are considered as cultural rights that protect the right of persons belonging to cultural minorities to express their culture. The chapter describes the hard and soft law adopted on national minority rights and explains the strategy for subsuming national minority rights under the human rights regime of protecting culture.
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