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Minority Issues in Youth Work

Belarus
Turkey

Orvelte Autumn Olympics 2013

Statictics

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Belarus
Population Belarussian 9 503 807 7 957 252 100% 83,73%

Turkey
Population: 75.000.000 Religious minorities 10.000.000 Alevis Armenians Assyrians Jews Protestants Rum Orthodox Christians Yezidis Ethnic minorities Caucasians Kurds Laz Roma 6.000.000 15.000.000 1.000.000 2.000.000 60.000 15,000 2,500 5.000 16,000 410

Russian
Poles Ukraninan Jewry Armenians Tatars

785 084
294 549 158 723 12 926 8 512 7 316

8,26%
3,10% 1,67% 0,14% 0,09% 0,08%

Gipsy
Lithuanian Azerbaijanian Lett Georgian Moldavian

7 079
5 087 5 567 1 549 2 400 3 465

0,07%
0,05% 0,06% 0,02% 0,03% 0,04%

Turkman
Uzbek Arab Bulgarian Chinese Greek

2 685
1 593 1 330 672 1 642 617

0,03%
0,02% 0,01% 0,01% 0,02% 0,01%

Arabs
Azerbaijani Turks

1.000.000
3.000.000.

German

2 474

0,03%

Old Minorities

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Belarus
Russian Poles Ukraninan Jewry Tatars Gipsy Lithuanian Lett 1 Abdal 3 Arabs

Turkey
2 Albanians

4 Armenians
5 Assyrians 6 Azerbaijanis 7 Bulgarians 8 Circassians 9 Dagestani peoples

10 Crimean Tatars
11 Georgians 12 Greeks 13 Jews 14 Kabarday 15 Karachay

16 Kazakhs
17 Kurds 18 Kyrgyzs 19 Laz 20 Ossetians 21 Poles

22 Roma
23 Zazas

New Minorities

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Belarus
Armenians
Azerbaijanian Georgian Moldavian Turkman Uzbek Arab Chinese

Turkey
Syrian Arabs

Legislation / Policy / Strategies

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Belarus
National minorities are people who permanently reside in the Republic of Belarus and has Belarus citizenship and differ from the main population by their origin, mother tongue, culture or traditions. Article 1 of the Law of the Republic of Belarus 1925-XII from 11.11.1992 . National minorities in the Republic of Belarus .

Turkey
The official definition was mentioned in in 24 July 1923 in The Treaty of Lausanne

Major Issues / Problems

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Belarus
There is no problem in Belarus.

Turkey
Nowadays we have thousands of immigrants and refugees, especially Syrians and Somali people who escaped from war. There is a wide range of minority groups in Turkey and different organizations are handling the integration process.
Terrorism problem in some areas.

Good Practices

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Belarus
1. 180 Civil Society Organizations of 28 nationalities. 2. in 1994 The Centre of National cultures was organized in Belarus. 3. There are a lot of students from China and Turkmenistan

Turkey
Konya: Social Integration Programme for Roma citizens
This project was awarded by Eurocities http://www.eurocities.eu Konya Metropolitan Municipalities, NGOs, Governorship of Konya deals with them and providing accommodation, food and also accomodation.

Similarities

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Belarus
- Both countries support the rights of minorities by legislation.

Turkey
- Both countries support the rights of minorities by legislation.

Differences

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Belarus
- Minorities has low population.
- There is no refugees. - There is no religious minorities. Almost all people are christians. - Only 2 minorities (Tatars, Jewish) really old ones.

Turkey
- Minorities has high population (Kurds population is %25).

- There are refugees (from Syrian War).

- There are a a lot of religious minorities.

- There was a lot of minorities (about 25)