Includes bibliographical references (p. 84-85).
|Statement||[author, Vladimir Ilić].|
|Series||Helsinki files ;, 8|
|LC Classifications||DR2095 .I45 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||2002441466|
The Kosovo crisis has created an extremely precarious situation for ethnic Hungarians who live in Vojvodina, the northern portion of Serbia on the border of Hungary. And the danger comes from both NATO bombs and the hostility of Serb citizens who resent ethnic Hungarians because it is "their" NATO planes that are bombarding the Serb homeland. The territory of present-day Vojvodina has been inhabited since the Paleolithic period. Indo-European peoples moved into this area during three migration waves, in BC, BC, and BC.. Before the Roman conquest in the 1st century BC, Indo-European peoples of Illyrian, Thracian and Celtic origin inhabited the region. Some of the important tribes that lived in the territory of present. The volume assesses the relationships among citizenship, state protection and persecution and minority status, and how they can intersect with and destabilize foreign affairs. The central background to the book is the European treatment of Roma, their linkages with visa and asylum policies and their human rights by: The exact number of departures from Vojvodina is unknown. But the exodus and a massive influx of Serbian refugees from the newly independent former Yugoslav republics has shattered the delicate comity that once bound its , Hungarians, 80, Croats, and thousands of other non-Serbs in peace with the million local Serbs.
The book examines the evolving relation between citizenship, state protection and minority status. It also explains the various ways in which these categories intersect in EU and Member States' foreign politics and policies, has been the Canada-Czech Republic visa affair of Refugee, Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health. Aristomenis Exadaktylos, David Shiva Srivastava, Osnat Keidar and Emmanouil Pikoulis (Eds.) Pages: Published: October (This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Refugee, Migrant and Ethnic Minority . this is from an article regarding population changes in Vojvodina. Most of the , refugees in Vojvodina are not success stories. Arrived from Croatia, Bosnian and Kosovo, most still survive on aid hand-outs and live in refugee centres. In the depressed economic climate of Vojvodina, they form a social class at the bottom of the pile. The American Hungarian Federation, founded in , is the largest Hungarian-American umbrella organization. AHF represents its members and is dedicated to supporting freedom, justice, and democracy and the advancement of Hungarians and the communities in which they live.
According Albanians Alliance of Vojvodina Article authorities autonomy Backa Topola Backi Petrovac Belgrade Bosniaks Bosniaks-Muslims broadcast Bujanovac Bujanovac and Medveda Bulgarian Bulgarian language census cent Church citizens Constitution Council Croatia Croats cults cultural Dimitrovgrad economic elections elementary emigration ethnic. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. Minorities and refugees in Vojvodina Vladimir Ilić Not in Library. Toza Marković, životni put i revolucionarno delo Vojislav Milin Not in Library. Vojvodina. Vojvodina received the bulk of this refugee population, in part owing largest number of minorities in absolute figures, but it was followed households and flats. Book I -4, Definite Census. register books from the first two Ruthenian– Ruski Krstur and Kucura (today most of the Ruthenian national minority in Vojvodina live there) and also Greek-Catholic church to which Ruthenians and Ukrainians belong. Certain data are presented in the form of refugees there were o Ukrainians. Among them, there were a lot of.