Autonomy Arrangements in the World


  • Levente Salat
  • Sergiu Constantin


Autonomy Arrangements, Non-Territorial Autonomies, Autonomies, World Autonomies, Autonomy Database


The ongoing project ‘Autonomy Arrangements in the World’ was created as a result of the collaboration of a variety of institutions at a correspondingly named conference in Flensburg in 2012. The project aims to address shortcomings of contemporary research on autonomy identified at the conference.

The conference’s call for papers resulted in the publication of an edited volume comprising 16 case studies in 2014. Launched in July 2016, the web platform of the project “Autonomy Arrangements in the World” provides free access to data on territorial and non-territorial arrangements, also including lesser-known examples such as indigenous forms of self-governance, to scholars, decision- and policy-makers, and the public in general.




How to Cite

Salat, L. ., & Constantin, S. (2017). Autonomy Arrangements in the World. Journal of Autonomy and Security Studies, 1(1), 114–117. Retrieved from