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Integration through Education: The Origin and Development of The Hague Recommendations

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Affiliations: 1: Programme Consultant to the Foundation on Inter-Ethnic Relations, on secondment from the Government of Canada (Canadian Heritage).; 2: Legal Adviser to the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities.

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