«Diversity Governance Papers (DiGoP) -Constitutional, Territorial and Societal Pluralism» is an online working paper series linked to the Research Group on “Constitutionalism and Societal Pluralism: Diversity Governance Compared ” within the IInternational Association of Constitutional Law (IACL).
The series publishes working papers from all disciplines focusing on diversity governance and exploring issues linked to constitutionalism and societal pluralism. Topics include, but are not limited to, federalism, minority rights, conflict prevention and resolution, migration, multilevel governance, local government, multi- and interculturalism, democratic/political pluralism and participatory/deliberative democracy. The series welcomes papers analysing the division of powers among levels of government and of individual policy areas, such as the environment, education, migration, social welfare, religious, linguistic and cultural diversity, cross-border cooperation as well as deliberative decision-making, financial intergovernmental relations, socio-cultural and economic participation and the role of local actors.
DiGoP is an open access series published by the Institute for Minority Rights and the Institute for Comparative Federalism at Eurac Research, Bozen/Bolzano, Italy. It is linked to the Group on “Constitutionalism and Societal Pluralism: Diversity Governance Compared” within the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL).