Call for Papers: Tradition and Solidarity in the Visegrád Countries in the Pandemic Moment

Svätý Jur, Slovakia, 27. – 30. 4. 2022

The deadline for submission of abstracts to the conveners is 16 January 2022.

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The Institute for Minority Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the European Centre for Minority Issues agree on a Memorandum of Understanding.

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Social and Economic Vulnerability of Roma People. Key Factors for the Success and Continuity of Schooling Levels

Social and Economic Vulnerability of Roma People. Key Factors for the Success and Continuity of Schooling Levels

Two chapters are now published in the new edited volume by Springer (Maria, Manuela Mendes; Olga, Magano; Stefania, Toma (eds.): Social and Economic Vulnerability of Roma People: Key Factors for the Success and Continuity of Schooling Levels. New York: Springer (2021): Judit Durst; Abel Beremenyi: “I felt I arrived home”: The minority trajectory of mobility for first-in-family Hungarian Roma graduates", and Z. Attila Papp and Eszter Neumann: "Education of Roma and Educational Resilience in Hungary". The open access chapters are available: HERE.