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IMPORTANCE OF FINANCING THE SOCIAL ECONOMY PROJECTS
Victor NICOLAESCU, Corina CACE, Sorin CACE
GROUNDS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL ECONOMY IN ROMANIA
Claudia OSVAT, Florica STEFANESCU, Amalia JURJ


IMPROVING THE SITUATION OF THE RUTHENIAN MINORITY IN SERBIA

Abstract
The author deals with several factors that undoubtedly influence and improve the life conditions of the Ruthenian / Rusyn national community in Serbia / Vojvodina at the beginning of the third millennium. The factors are: National Council of the Rusyn National Minority; Institute for Culture of the Vojvodinian Ruthenians; Apostolic Exarchate for Greek Catholics in Serbia and Montenegro; Ruthenian-language educational vertical; Internet; new cultural organizations and manifestations; revolutionary changes in the Carpathian Area; favourable international conditions etc. Being recognized administratively the Ruthenian minority enjoys as high degree of self-government as possible. Legislative, executive and judicial bodies exercise power in all areas in which the language and cultural rights of the Ruthenian minority are especially important. This applies particularly to education, culture, media and local authorities.
Keywords
minority; administration; minority rights; factors of preservation; educational plans.

Author
Mihajlo FEJSA
PhD., Associate Professor of the Ruthenian language University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Ruthenian Studies fejsam@eunet.rs, fejsam@gmail.com

How to cite
Fejsa, M. (2012). IMPROVING THE SITUATION OF THE RUTHENIAN MINORITY IN SERBIA , Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 3/2012, 462-477


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