The current call for proposals aims to involve 90 diverse NGOs from 27 EU member states for active participation in capacity building activities and in monitoring the implementation of the national Roma integration strategies (NRIS) in the next two to three years.
A new working paper has been published by CPS researchers focusing on how communities and administrations at the sub-national level responded to the huge number of refugees and migants arriving to Hungary in 2015.
The CEU Center for Policy Studies in cooperation with the RSA Research Network on Regional Economic and Policy History organize a workshop on cross-border regions and inter-regional policy transfer at CEU between June 29-30, 2017.
CEU Center for Policy Studies research fellow, Vera Messing, just published an article in the journal European Education: "Differentiation in the Making: Consequences of School Segregation of Roma in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia".
CEU Center for Policy Studies Research Fellow, Andrea Krizsan, co-authored a study with Eniko Pap for the Council of Europe "Implementing a Comprehensive and Coordinated Approach: An assessment of Poland’s response to prevent and combat gender-based violence".
The CEU CPS participates in the Countering Islamophobia project which aims to compare the operation of counter-narratives to Muslim hatred in eight EU member states in order to examine their use and effectiveness in terms of providing alternatives to prevailing narratives of hate and hostility and reducing racism.
"At the Edge of Solidarity: Securitization of the policies for ‘Roma’ and the deservingness of rights" is the winner of the 2016 IMISCOE call for book proposals. The volume will be edited by two INTEGRIM Junior Research Fellows: Tina Magazzini and Stefano Piemontese.
The Center for Policy Studies participates in the "Bridge To Business" research project which aims to facilitate the access of secondary and university level educated Roma to quality white-collar jobs at private companies.