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The Power of Words? NGO Engagement in the Working Group on Minorities

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An analysis of non-governmental organisation (NGO) participation and interventions in the United Nations Working Group on Minorities (WGM) shows that the WGM neither enhanced a framing of minorities' issues so as to present them to a wider public and link-up with other (civil society) actors nor did it act as a catalyst for an international minority advocacy movement; however, by providing an institutionalised space, it allowed for the articulation of a discourse and facilitated dialogue between NGOs and governments.


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Affiliations: 1: Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland


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