Europe, all different, all equal?
A comparative study of the situation concerning racism and intolerance in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain, Sweden and Hungary on the basis of the country-by-country approach of the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance.
Thesis advanced master in European Studies
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Promotor: Prof. Dr. Johan Leman
- Status questionis.
. General background
. Research questions
- Functioning of the research
. Delineation in space
. Delineation in time
2: Unity and diversity : the integration - debate in Europe.
- Cultural diversity and integration.
. Cultural diversity
. The term
. The model
. The theory
3: Europe and the problem of racism and intolerance.
- Racism and intolerance as perpetually evolving unclean beasts.
- Council of Europe’s commitment against racism and intolerance
. The protection of human rights versus the fight against racism and intolerance
. European Council against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI)
4: Ecri’s country-by-country approach.
- ECRI’s country-by-country approach : a word of explanation.
. Aim and purpose
. Monitoring criteria and recommendations
- ECRI’s country-by-country approach : an analysis
* General overview
* Similarities and differences (Similarities in terms of problems /Differences in terms
of problems /Similarities and differences in terms of solutions)
* Theoretical analysis
* Personal reflections
Annex: Frame country-by-country approach : countries examined