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CEU Roma Civil Monitor initiative: Roma integration strategies undermined by weak governance, widespread discrimination and rising prejudice

October 30, 2018

A lack of accountability and weak coordination of Roma inclusion policies, compounded by ineffective protection against discrimination and a worrying rise in anti-Roma racism constitute the main structural barriers to successful implementation of national Roma integration strategies.

Szegregált oktatásból nem vezet út az egyetemre (No access to university from a segregated school)

October 29, 2018

CPS research affiliate Agnes Kende wrote an article about school segregation of Roma children in Hungary for Qubit.hu.

The article describes the history of school segregation of Roma children in Hungary. The author demonstrates that any kind of school segregation violates equal opportunities, equal treatment and human rights, and results in long-term harmful effects on Roma children's lives.

Diverging Mobilities, Converging Immobility? Romanian Roma Youths at the Crossroad between Spatial, Social and Educational Im/mobility

October 15, 2018

The article is written by Stefano Piemontese (a former early-stage researcher of the INTEGRIM Marie-Curie Network), Balint-Abel Beremenyi and Silvia Carrasco, researchers of the EMIGRA Research Group at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, published in Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics.

Refugee Protection and Civil Society in Europe

A book has been published by Palgrave Macmillan on Refugee Protection and Civil Society in Europe, edited by Margit Feischmidt, Ludger Pries and Celine Cantat, a former early-stage researcher of the INTEGRIM Marie-Curie Network)

Programmatic Europeanization revisited: The role of EP election proximity, EU support and Eastern European patterns

September 25, 2018

The third working paper of the COHESIFY project ("The Impact of Cohesion Policy on EU Identification") has been published by Martin Gross, assistant professor at the Geschwister Scholl Institute of Political Science, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich; Mihail Chiru, postdoctoral fellow at the Institut de Sciences Politiques Louvain-Europe (ISPOLE), Université Catholique de Louvain and Dragos Adascalitei, research affiliate at CEU CPS and Lecturer in Employment Relations at the Sheffield University Management School, UK.

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