Project Events & News

Intercultural Mediation for the School-to-Work Transition among the Roma youth in Spain

This blog post will highlight the relevance of intercultural mediation in some Roma young people’s school-to-work transition, in Spain. Such relevance, however in our view, does not justify the ethnocultural framing of the intervention. It is mediator’s mentoring role, her culturally responsive guidance and caring relationship that impact young people. While her mediating role – conflict prevention/resolution, communication facilitation – appears to benefit mostly local public administration.

The institutional conditions of adapting to future challenges in the Slovak education system

A Slovakian country study is published on the national education system by Ondrej Kascak, head of the department of School Pedagogy at Trnava university, Slovakia, in the framework of the Future Challenges to Education Systems in Central Eastern European Context (EDUC) project.

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The institutional conditions of adapting to future challenges in the Hungarian education system

A new country study is published by Center for Policy Studies / Democracy Institute researcher Peter Rado in the framework of the Future Challenges to Education Systems in Central Eastern European Context (EDUC) project.

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Career guidance inequalities in the context of labour shortage. The case of Roma young people in Hungary

Abel Beremenyi, Marie S. Curie Individual Fellow at CPS, published a working paper on career guidance inequalities in the framework of his research project 'NGOization of school-to-work transition among Roma youth (NGOST)' .

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Blog: Between choices and going with the flow. The role of career guidance in young Roma people’s life course

November 10, 2020

By Abel Beremenyi

This post is a brief version of the paper presented at the online conference entitled: “Sociology at the Dawn of a Successful Century?”, that took place the 8th – 9th of October, 2020.