ECMI Working Paper #94 is now online. The paper focuses on intercultural coexistence and cooperation and discusses transferability of the model of Schleswig-Holstein in other regions. The paper is authored by Dr. Zora Popova, Ms. Inga Marken and Ms. Lavinia Bâdulescu.
The current Paper, developed in connection to an ECMI project implemented in Azerbaijan in 2014, explores the transferability of successful reconciliation and intercultural cohesion mechanisms from one region or a country to another. Analysing the positive example of Schleswig-Holstein and the conflict region of Nagorno-Karabakh, the paper aims at overcoming the specific context related issues and to look at the structural factors that need to be considered if a model is to be adapted to a historically, geographically, and culturally different case.
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