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eBook Destroying Ethnic Identity: The Turks of Bulgaria (A Helsinki Watch report) ePub

by Jeri Laber

  • ISBN: 0938579665
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Jeri Laber
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Human Rights Watch (September 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 58
  • ePub book: 1958 kb
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Destroying ethnic identity: The Kurds of Turkey (A Helsinki Watch report) Paperback – 1988. by. Jeri Laber (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

Стр. 25 - J religious identity of more than one and a half million Turks in Bulgaria.

Appendix V: Some Media Reports on the Campaign by the Bulgarian Government. Стр. First, Turkish religious schools were merged with the Bulgarian schools. Helsinki Watch has received reports that in many municipalities the use of Turkish in public places, including the streets, has been made an offense punishable by a fine and that, in some areas inhabited by ethnic Turks, the wearing of the traditional shalvari (trousers) has been prohibited. Встречается в книгах (3) с 1987 по 1990.

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DESTROYING ETHNIC IDENTITY The Gypsies of Bulgaria. Africa Watch, Rakiya Omaar; Americas Watch, Juan Mendez; Asia Watch, Sidney R. Jones; Helsinki Watch, Jeri Laber; Middle East Watch, Andrew Whitley. June 1991 A Helsinki Watch Report. 485 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017 Tel (212) 972-8400 Fax (212) 972-0905. 1522 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005. 3 Discrimination Against the Gypsies

New York, NY : Helsinki Watch Committee, c1987. Physical description. This report is a new and updated version of a report by the same name originally published by Helsinki Watch in June 1986"-T.

New York, NY : Helsinki Watch Committee, c1987. iii, 58 p. ; 23 cm. Series. Helsinki Watch report.

Helsinki Watch Committee, 1988.

February 12, 1991 DESTROYING ETHNIC IDENTITY: SELECTIVE . They were also 2 In this report, Helsinki Watch refers to Bulgarian citizens who express a Macedonian consciousness as "Macedonians.

February 12, 1991 DESTROYING ETHNIC IDENTITY: SELECTIVE PERSECUTION OF MACEDONIANS IN BULGARIA Contents Introduction. 1 The Macedonian Policies of the Bulgarian Communist Party - A History of Human Rights. In the late nineteenth century, when it appeared that the Ottoman Turks might have to relinquish control over Macedonia, numerous arrangements were proposed for dealing with the territory, including partition and autonomy.

Human Rights Watch/Helsinki, formerly Helsinki Watch, was established in. .

Human Rights Watch/Helsinki, formerly Helsinki Watch, was established in 1978 to monitor and promote domestic and international compliance with the human rights provisions of the 1975 Helsinki accords. It is affiliated with the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, which is based in Vienna.

65. Ilona Tomova and Plamen Bogoev, Minorities in Bulgaria: A Report of the International Conference on the Minorities, Rome 1991, The Insider, Vol. 2, 1992, pp. 1–15.

Helsinki Watch, Destroying Ethnic Identity: The Gypsies of Bulgaria (New York: Human Rights Watch, 1991), pp. 69–70. 65. 66. Both chief muftis were Turkish speakers. The socialist governments supported Nedim Gendzhev for two reasons: to reward a loyal supporter, and to punish Turkish speakers who had voted overwhelmingly for non-socialist candidates in all of the elections held since 1989.

Marushkiakova, Ethnic Identity Among Gypsy Groups in Bulgaria, p. 113, n. 3; Helsinki Watch, Destroying Ethnic Identity: The Gypsies of Bulgaria (New York: Human Rights Watch, 1991), p. oogle Scholar. 15. Shaw, Empire of the Gazis, p. 19; John Feffer, Shock Waves: Eastern Europe after the Revolutions (Boston: South End Press, 1992), p. 227; the only instances of forced conversions in the sixteenth century besides those already mentioned were of Balkan slave boys recruited to staff the imperial household.