Items where Author is "McGarry, Aidan"
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McGarry, Aidan (2010) Who speaks for Roma? Political representation of a transnational minority community Continuum, New York. ISBN 9780826428806
Hainsworth, Paul, Gilligan, Chris and McGarry, Aidan (2009) Accommodating Diversity in Northern Ireland: Elected Representatives and Minority Ethnic Communities In: Bell, J., ed. Challenges of peace: research as a contribution to peace-building in Northern Ireland. Community Relations Council, Belfast, pp. 207-222. ISBN 9781898276425
McGarry, Aidan (2009) Round Pegs in Square Holes: Integrating the Romani Community in Hungary In: Agarin, Timofey and Malte , Brosig, eds. Minority Integration in Central Eastern Europe: Between Ethnic Diversity and Equality. On the boundary of two worlds: identity, freedom, and moral imagination in the Baltics 18 . Rodopi , Amsterdam/New York. ISBN 978-90-420-2733-6
McGarry, Aidan (2008) Ethnic group identity and the Roma social movement: transnational organizing structures of representation Nationalities Papers, 36 (3). pp. 449-470. ISSN 0090-5992
Gilligan, Chris, Hainsworth, Paul and McGarry, Aidan (2008) Questions and answers: comparing the attitudes of elected representatives, political party supporters and the general public towards minority ethnic communities in Northern Ireland Shared Space (6). pp. 85-100.
McGarry, Aidan, Hainsworth, Paul and Gilligan, Chris (2008) Elected representatatives/political parties and minority ethnic communities in Northern Ireland [Report (for external body)]
McGarry, Aidan (2008) Political participation and interest articulation of the Roma in Romania Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe (JEMIE), 7 (1). pp. 1-25. ISSN 1617-5247
Decker, Christopher D. and McGarry, Aidan (2005) Enhancing minority governance in Romania. The Romanian draft law on the status of national minorities: issues of definition, NGO status, and cultural autonomy In: ECMI Roundtable for National Minority MPs and the Council of National Minorities, 17-19 March 2005, Sinaia, Romania.