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Dominant Counter-Narratives to Islamophobia – Hungary

A new working paper has been published by Zsuzsanna Vidra, research fellow at CPS, in the frame of the Counter-Islamophobia Kit (Countering Islamophobia through the Development of Best Practice in the use of Counter-Narratives in EU Member States) project.

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Roma Civil Monitor: civil society monitoring reports available for the Czech Republic, Romania and Slovakia

The Roma Civil Monitor pilot project was initiated by the European Parliament and managed by the European Commission.

Preliminary findings of the civil society monitoring reports presented at the 2018 Roma Week

April 12, 2018

The preliminary outcomes of the monitoring reports prepared by a coalition of 90 NGOs and individual experts were presented during the 2018 Roma Week, in Brussels. The preliminary findings were presented and discussed as part of two events ‘Assessment of EU Roma Framework and ways forward for 2020’ and ‘From quality education to decent employment’.

Hungarian elections under the microscope

April 6, 2018

CEU Center for Policy Studies Research Fellow Sara Svensson commented on the upcoming Hungarian elections in a Swedish Radio weekly podcast on European issues.

New publication @ Routledge: Comparative Perspectives on Early School Leaving in the European Union

Julia Szalai and Agnes Kende, research fellows at CPS, are among the many authors of the book published by Routledge today (April 3, 2018) which aims to summarize the research result of the 5-year long project 'Reducing Early School Leaving in the EU (RESL.eu). Szalai and Kende wrote Chapter 2: Pathways to Early School Leaving in Hungary: Ethnicised Inequalities in Education and the Case of Roma Youth.