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February 25 2022, 18:00. Research Seminar: “One Nation – One Language”: The Ambiguity of the State Language and Minorities-Related Policies in Contemporary Latvia and Ukraine

February 25 2022, 18:00. Research Seminar: “One Nation – One Language”: The Ambiguity of the State Language and Minorities-Related Policies in Contemporary Latvia and Ukraine

Dear colleagues,

 

We are pleased to invite you to Research Seminar of the Department of Political Science and International Relations, which will be held on Friday, February 25, 2022 at 6.00 pm (MSK).

 

Speaker: Ksenia Maksimovtsova (Associate Professor, HSE University, St. Petersburg, Russia).

Title: “One Nation – One Language”: The Ambiguity of the State Language and Minorities-Related Policies in Contemporary Latvia and Ukraine

 

 

The speaker will share the results of a study on the development of national legislation in the field of language and minority-related policies and the subsequent public discussions in Latvia and Ukraine in 2018-2020. During this period, major reforms in the sphere of language policy and the protection of national minorities’ rights were initiated in both countries. The analysis of these initiatives shows that despite somewhat different ways of implementing ‘nationalizing’ practices in Latvia and Ukraine since the restoration of their independence in 1991, the overall trend suggests that the trajectories of the development of the state language and minorities’ policy are increasingly converging in the two countries. The central focus of this research concerns the amendments to education laws and the subsequent appeals to the Constitutional Court of Latvia in 2018-2020 and the adoption of the law “On Ensuring the Functioning of the Ukrainian Language as the State Language” in 2019, which have had a considerable impact on the development of minority-related policy.

 

 

 

Working language: English 

Seminar will be online via Zoom.

 

The link to join the seminar:

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88498755242?pwd=a3lIeXcrVmFyR0cyUFRoOG5hbC9LUT09

 

 

 

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