Project Events & News

Közoktatási papírvalóság

An article was published by Peter Rado - in Jelen which is the latest Hungarian independent weekly paper - about the new public education strategy in Hungary. The article is in Hungarian and available in full length without subscription here.

Blog: Collaboration, the way to coordinate unaffiliated volunteers

October 4, 2020

By Andras Molnar
This article was originally published on the TROPICO project website here on August 7, 2020.

A romaellenesség a legfőbb oka a roma gyerekek iskolai lemaradásának Magyarországon

A short summary published by Agnes Kende on a joint research at the CEU/Center for Policy Studies with Peter Rado on the degree of inclusivity of the education system of five different countries: Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia and how these countries can manage the differences among children, with an emphasis on the issue of providing inclusive education for Roma children.

Blog: How to laugh away the far-right: lessons from Germany

By Michael Zeller
This article was originally published on OpenDemocracy here on July 30, 2020.

In the many instances where far-right activity attempts to exhibit solemnity, gravity, or strength, a well-aimed joke is a powerful act of resistance.

Roma Civil Monitor project’s final cycle finds rule of law endangered by poor implementation of integration policy

Sizeable discrepancies between the EU Member States’ declared policies on Roma integration and how those policies are implemented in practice is grounds for serious concern as they represent the main obstacle for successful inclusion of Roma and their participation in the society.