Sunday, 28 February 2021
World news - Stateless nations and peoples and diversity
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"Collective Rights" series
Founder of the NGO Mothers of Dagestan
“The state has a guilty conscience: they know what they did to my son and they want me to keep quiet”
Marcel A. Farinelli
Sardinian historian, specialised in Sardinia and Corsica
“Sardinian nationalists admire Catalonia, but this interest isn’t mutual. Sardinia isn’t as high-profile as the Catalan process!”
Fellow member of the European Council for Foreign Relations as an expert in the Kurdish question
"Iraqi Kurds are less able to declare independence than they used to be one year ago"
International relations analyst
"Direct military involvement of the Saudi-led coalition has only exacerbated and prolonged the Yemeni crisis"
Lusatian Alliance President
"We want to have a self-determined, democratically legitimated Sorbian Parliament"
Professor in International Law and a member of Parti Quebecois
"The Catalan people has showed its dignity and impeccable democratic behaviour to the whole world"
"The Breton national consciousness has never been stronger than now"
West Kurdistan leader and PYD Co-Chair
"Rojava could be a model for all Syria"
Res Publica Furlane civil society group
"Italy has for decades tried to delete Friuli"
Catalan Unity party President
"In Northern Catalonia, we have nothing to gain from this macro-region"