by Catherine Lovatt Ethnicity and education are inextricably bound together in Romania. Minority rights have become a priority for the government, reversing the Communist policy of “Romanianisation”. As a result, the acceptance of ethnic differences has become one of the identifying features of the new Romania. Education is one method of increasing the social acceptance […]

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