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Improving and protecting human rights

A reflection of the quality of education for migrant and marginalized Roma children in Europe

Silvia-Maria Chireac and Anna Devis Arbona

discrimination despite living in a country that since 2007 has been a member of the European Union. Most informants do not enjoy the right to lead a decent life, in normal living conditions, and they are not granted equal access to quality education, health care

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The 2014 Israel-Hamas Conflict

Repercussions on French Foreign and Domestic Policy

Eve Benhamou

) . 2015 . Anti-Semitism: Overview of Data Available in the European Union 2004–2014 . https://fra.europa.eu/en/publication/2015/antisemitism-overview-data-available-european-union-2004-2014 . Fassin , Didier , and Anne-Claire Deffosez . 2014

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Israel’s Innovative Young Adults Lists

Robust Participation in Institutional Municipal Politics

Zvi Hadar, Fany Yuval, and Rebecca Kook

, James . 2016 . “ Diversity and Voice: The Political Participation of Young People in the European Union .” British Journal of Politics and International Relations 18 ( 3 ): 521 – 537 . 10.1177/1369148116647176 Sørensen , Eva . 2017

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The Road Not Taken

Menachem Begin's Position on the Formation of a Democratic Regime for Israel

Maya Mark

countries possess more than one mechanism for dividing the powers of the executive branch, such as an executive president, a federative government, membership in the European Union, or accountability to international courts and treaties, in Israel the

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Introducing a New Dataset

The Israeli Policy Agendas Project

Amnon Cavari, Maoz Rosenthal, and Ilana Shpaizman

the EU Lobbying Context: Perceived Agenda-Setting Influence in the Multi-Level System of the European Union .” Journal of European Public Policy 22 ( 4 ): 552 – 569 . Borghetto , Enrico , Francesco Visconti , and Marco Michieli . 2017

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A Game of Whac-A-Mole

The BDS Movement and Its Fluidity across International Political Opportunity Structures

Naama Lutz

: Capital, Capture and Expert Groups in the European Union .” West European Politics 37 ( 5 ): 976 – 992 . Ciplet , David . 2019 . “ Means of the Marginalized: Embedded Transnational Advocacy Networks and the Transformation of Neoliberal Global

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Explaining Non-Diasporic Mobilizations for Distant Causes

A Comparative Study of the Palestinian and Kurdish Struggles

David Zarnett

Identities and Local Practices , ed. Joel Migdal , 121 – 148 . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . Yildiz , Kerim , and Mark Muller . 2008 . The European Union and Turkish Accession: Human Rights and the Kurds . London : Pluto Press

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Normative policy coherence for development and policy networks

EU networks in Vietnam

Sandra Häbel

In the global arena, the European Union (EU) often portrays itself as a normative actor based on shared values. As such, one of the EU's strengths in the international arena is attributed to its normative power. Normative Power Europe (NPE) argues

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Regions without borders? Regional governance, migration, and social protection in Africa and Europe

Bob Deacon, Lorenzo Fioramonti, and Sonja Nita

In many respects, Europe and Africa (particularly Southern Africa) represent two opposing examples in the study of intra-regional migration and social cohesion. The European Union (EU) has been a global pioneer in allowing freedom of movement and portability of social rights across member states. A centerpiece of the EU integration process has been the progressive establishment of a common market, in which goods, services, capital, and people can move freely. With regard to the latter, the concept of free movement originally only targeted the economically active population (in other words, the free movement of workers) but was gradually extended by Treaty amendments to all citizens of the EU. This extension was further strengthened by the Treaty of Maastricht in 1992, which introduced the concept of citizenship in the European Union thereby establishing the fundamental and personal right to move and reside freely within the EU.

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The global post-2015 sustainable development debate

What can regions offer?

Harlan Koff and Carmen Maganda

Volume five of Regions & Cohesion has focused significant attention on the subject of regional development. It has done so because 2015 is such an important year in relation to development debates given the definition of the post-Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) agenda in the United Nations and the official declaration of 2015 as the European Union Year for Development. The introduction to the Leadership Forum of the Spring 2015 issue included important reflections on the theme of “transformative development.” The introduction openly asked whether 2015 could be a decisive year for the global development agenda or whether it will be remembered for global summitry, international declarations and little more.