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Title: Reference document on the histories of minoritisation in Austria, Hungary, Netherlands, Portugal, Turkey and the United Kingdom
Authors: Anderson, Bridget
Araújo, Sara 
Brito, Laura
Ertan, Mehmet
Hiah, Jing
Knijn, Trudie
Meier, Isabella
Morris, Julia
Vivona, Maddalena
Newcombe, Emma
Anderson, Liam Lemkin
Issue Date: Jul-2018
Publisher: ETHOS
Project: info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/H2020/727112/EU/Towards a European THeory Of juStice and fairness 
Abstract: The material contained in this document comes from ETHOS WP5 on justice as lived experience, and more specifically from the work conducted for Deliverable 5.2 on institutionalised political justice and (mis)recognition. For this joint publication, research teams were asked to draft national case studies detailing state attempts to respond to minority claims for political recognition and justice, and the context for these responses given the national history of state formation and bordering. For each national case study researchers wrote a history of minoritization in their respective countries, its relation to state formation and to how states institutionalised claims for political justice. The material produced for this historical context was extremely rich and an important context for other ETHOS workpackages as well as a resource for other researchers interested in the historical roots of minoritisation in the UK, Turkey, Portugal, Netherlands and Austria. To keep the national case studies conducted as part of the D5.2 work focussed and retain this important material, WP5 co-ordinators requested that national teams present directly Roma relevant material only for their case study, and edited the additional material to produce this reference document. We do not attempt to make a particular theoretical point and have not developed an overarching narrative for this case study material. Nevertheless, it provides useful background information for the analysis of inclusion/exclusion processes in selected European countries
Description: This Working Paper was written within the framework of Work Package 5 (justice as lived experience) for Deliverable 5.2 (comparative report on institutionalised political justice and experienced (mis)recognition).
Rights: openAccess
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