Project Events & News

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.

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.

Blog: Gender Identity in Higher Education and Research Institutions

By Ana Belen Amil

This article was originally published on the GE Academy website here on July 7, 2020.

Roma/Traveller civil society in Belgium, France and UK: Housing still an unmet need

During the third cycle of the Roma Civil Monitor project, civil society researchers have been given free rein to report on what they believe are the issues most neglected by national strategies on including members of the Roma and Traveller minorities. Researchers in Belgium, France and the UK have all chosen to focus on the issue of community consultation, especially when it comes to improve housing access for Travellers and others who are not sedentary, including intra-EU mobile Roma and immigrant Roma seeking asylum.

CEU's first Gender Equality Plan

CEU’s Senate approved the university’s first Gender Equality Plan (GEP) for 2019-2022, establishing a framework for promoting gender equality in employment, study and research relations.