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ydwine [Ukraine]
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 In the Ukraine, Karaim is recognised in the [[https://​www.coe.int/​en/​web/​european-charter-regional-or-minority-languages/​about-the-charter|European Charter for Regional and Minority Languages]] under [[https://​rm.coe.int/​states-parties-to-the-european-charter-for-regional-or-minority-langua/​168077098c|part II]], though Karaim speakers are believed to be few or extinct (([[http://​languagesindanger.eu/​book-of-knowledge/​list-of-languages/​karaim/​|Karaim at Languages in Danger'​s Book of Knowledge]])). In the Ukraine, Karaim is recognised in the [[https://​www.coe.int/​en/​web/​european-charter-regional-or-minority-languages/​about-the-charter|European Charter for Regional and Minority Languages]] under [[https://​rm.coe.int/​states-parties-to-the-european-charter-for-regional-or-minority-langua/​168077098c|part II]], though Karaim speakers are believed to be few or extinct (([[http://​languagesindanger.eu/​book-of-knowledge/​list-of-languages/​karaim/​|Karaim at Languages in Danger'​s Book of Knowledge]])).
  
-In the Ukraine, a law on education passed in September 5, 2017, withdrawing the right to education in a minority language. For primary schools seperate groups can still be taught in the minority languages and in secondary schools minority languages can be taught as a subject if it is a EU language ​ +In the Ukraine, a law on education passed in September 5, 2017, withdrawing the right to education in a minority language. For primary schools seperate groups can still be taught in the minority languages and in secondary schools minority languages can be taught as a subject if it is a EU language. SOme exceptions are made for ""​indigenous languages",​ which seem to be non-kinstate languages such as Karaim ​((Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung. (2017, October 16.). Dokumentation:​ Reaktionen auf die Verabschiedung des neuen Bildungsgesetzes vom 5. September 2017. [[https://​www.bpb.de/​258160/​dokumentation-reaktionen-auf-neues-bildungsgesetz]].)) ((Euromaidan News. (2017, September 19). //​Ukraine’s new education law unleashes international storm over minority language status//. [[http://euromaidanpress.com/2017/09/​19/​ukraines-new-education-law-causes-international-storm-over-minority-language-status/​]].)). The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe ([[[[general_information:​glossary_of_terms|PACE]]) has been concerned about this law in light of the Framework Convention, and states that the law is "a major impediment to the teaching of national minorities'​ mother tongues"​ ((Parliamentary Assembly. (2017). //​Resolution 2189 (2017): The new Ukrainian law on education: a major impediment to the teaching of national minorities'​ mother tongues.// [[http://​assembly.coe.int/​nw/​xml/​XRef/​Xref-XML2HTML-EN.asp?​fileid=24218&​lang=en]].)).
-((Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung. (2017, October 16.) //https://​www.bpb.de/​258160/​dokumentation-reaktionen-auf-neues-bildungsgesetz//​. [[https://www.bpb.de/258160/dokumentation-reaktionen-auf-neues-bildungsgesetz]].))+
  
  
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