State of the World's Minorities 2006 - Poland
|Publisher||Minority Rights Group International|
|Publication Date||22 December 2005|
|Cite as||Minority Rights Group International, State of the World's Minorities 2006 - Poland, 22 December 2005, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/48abdd8c2d.html [accessed 30 January 2015]|
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Poland has made efforts to support national minorities and their cultures, including through certain sectoral legislative provisions in such fields as the educational and electoral systems, and through the August 2003 adoption of the Programme for the Roma Community. Efforts have also been made to solve the issues linked to monuments and cemeteries affecting many national minorities, including Germans, Jews, Karaites, Lemks and Ukrainians. National minorities, including the Armenians, Belarusians, Russians, Slovaks and Ukrainians, have made demands for the establishment and support for cultural centres, museums and libraries.