Zsuzsanna Vidra is a research fellow at the Center for Policy Studies, Central European University (Hungary) and a senior lecturer at Eötvös Lóránd University (ELTE PPK), Intercultural Psychology and Education (Hungary). She holds a PhD in sociology from École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (France), an MA in Sociology from ELTE (Hungary) and an MA in Nationalism Studies from the Central European University (Hungary). Her main areas of research are poverty, ethnicity, migration, education, racism, political extremism, and media and minorities. She has published several articles on Roma and non-Roma interethnic relations, educational inequalities, labour market and social policy issues. She has edited a volume on Roma migration to Canada, and another volume on the far-right and Roma self-mobilization and she has co-authored a book on ethnic relations, migration, labour market conditions and informal economy in marginal rural communities. Her recent work focused on child trafficking and mainstreaming extreme-right discourses, limits of tolerance, as well as Islamophobia in Hungary.