Project Events & News

The fuzzy concept of collaborative governance: A systematic review of the state of the art

A new open access article has been published in the framework of the TROPICO project (Transforming into Open, Innovative and Collaborative Governments), authors are CEU CPS researchers Agnes Batory and Sara Svensson.

Roma civil society: Croatia can promote integration strategy through capacity-building

December 9, 2019

The first Roma Civil Monitor (RCM) report for Croatia has found that while political representation for Roma at local and regional level is part of the National Minority Rights Act, this opportunity for political influence is not being made use of as much as it could and capacity-building is needed in the Roma community to empower them to represent their own interests.

Roma Civil Monitor: Y2 reports cover education, employment, health and housing

December 5, 2019

The second monitoring cycle of the Roma Civil Monitor project investigates on how EU Member States are implementing their National Roma Integration Strategies in the key areas of education, employment, health and housing. Reports from civil society in 27 EU Member States are now available online.

More Roma Civil Monitor reports are available here.

Civil society: France needs to show the political will for more efficient inclusion policies

November 29, 2019

The recently-released second Roma Civil Monitor (RCM) report has reviewed the impact of French Government’s implementation of policies on both the "Gens du voyage”, who may be French citizens, and the citizens from Bulgaria and Romania who end up squatting throughout the country and are thus perceived as “Roma migrants” (“EU-mobile Roma”).

Whither Poland? After the 2019 parliamentary elections

A blog post authored by CPS researcher Michael Zeller has been published recently on openDemocracy about the parliamentary elections in Poland.

"The 2020 Presidential election will be the first indicator of how the Polish electorate is responding to the work of the second PiS government."