Linguistic Rights and Education in the Republics of the Russian Federation: Towards Unity through Uniformity

@article{Jankiewicz2020LinguisticRA,
  title={Linguistic Rights and Education in the Republics of the Russian Federation: Towards Unity through Uniformity},
  author={Szymon Jankiewicz and Nadezhda Knyaginina and Federica Prina},
  journal={Review of Central and East European Law},
  year={2020}
}
This article traces the evolution of the debate on the balancing of federal and regional competences in regulating the use of minority languages in Russia’s education system. Taking into account relevant law and judicial practice, as well as developments in center-periphery relations since 2017, the article argues that the federal center has been increasingly depriving Russia’s republics of the ability to self-regulate in the education sphere – particularly over the question as to whether they… 

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