1 edition of Linguistic rights of minorities = found in the catalog.
Linguistic rights of minorities =
by Northern Institute for Environmental and Minority Law at the University of Lapland in Rovaniemi, Finland
Written in English
|Other titles||Droits linguistiques des minorités|
|Statement||[edited by Frank Horn].|
|Series||Juridica Lapponica,, no. 9, Juridica Lapponica ;, 9.|
|LC Classifications||KJC5146.L36 L56 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||366 p. :|
|Number of Pages||366|
|LC Control Number||95169759|
The Kannada-speaking linguistic minorities in Kasaragod district, settled along Kerala’s border with Karnataka, are deprived of their Constitutional rights to have easy access to government. As many of the collected papers in this book document, most linguistic minorities are deprived of these rights. This book describes what linguistic human rights are, who has and who does not have them and why, and suggests which linguistic rights should be regarded as basic human rights. Linguistic Human Rights introduces a new area, combining.
Article B empowers the president to appoint a special officer for linguistic minorities. It is the duty of the special officer to investigate all matters relating to the safeguards provided for linguistic minorities under this constitution and report to the president upon those matters at such intervals as the president may direct. Linguistic Minorities. A linguistic minority is a community that uses a language different from the one spoken by the national majority. So-called autochthonous, or historical, linguistic minorities such as the Basques or the German-speaking South Tyroleans, have lived in their regions for a long time before the formation of nation-states and the establishment of national borders made them. The Oslo Recommendations Regarding the Linguistic Rights of National Minorities & Explanatory Note (). The Hague: OSCE, Office of the High Commissioner on National Minorities. World Conference on Linguistic Rights, Barcelona, ‘Universal Declaration on Linguistic Rights’,
In the Year Book on Human Rights U.N. Publication ed. minority has been described as non dominant groups having different religion or linguistic traditions than the majority population. Article 30(1) uses the terms 'linguistic' or 'religious' minorities. Abstract. In this chapter, we summarize the arguments underpinning the recognition of linguistic human rights (LHRs) as key human rights. While there is ongoing skepticism about the recognition of LHRs, particularly among individual nation-states, there is an emerging jurisprudence in international law supporting LHRs. Only a few hundred of the world's 6,, languages have any kind of official status, and it is only speakers of official languages (speakers of dominant majority languages) who enjoy all linguistic human rights. As many of the collected papers in this book document, most linguistic minorities are deprived of these rights.2/5(1).
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