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Promoting Minority Rights in Kosovo and Bosnia-Herezegovina Premium Content

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Preventing violence while achieving full civil and political rights for minorities living in post-conflict environments is a challenge. It depends on inclusion, trust, and international support of newly established democratic institutions. A workable outcome also is in the interest of international donor and peace-keeping organizations and countries because support for these external involvements cannot be sustained for long.


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  • Sarah Ringler earned her master’s degree in international relations at Berlin’s Free University, writing her thesis on the Vetëvendosje movement in Kosovo. She has worked throughout the Balkans as a consultant, and interned for the Dutch NGO Spark and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.


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