On 20 October, Gergely Pulay will present a paper at the online conference Exploring Racial Capitalism: Critical Romani Studies in Central and Eastern Europe, organised by Babeș-Bolyai University, CEU and Critical Romani Studies. His presentation is titled Personalized value struggles amid marketization on the margins of Bucharest. The conference can be followed online. The conference programme and all information is available on the official website.
Are minority rights (still) human rights? (25 Years of Minority Rights Regime in Europe and 75 Years of the UDHR)
Balázs Vizi will give a presentation titled "Participation in Public Life: Is It a Special Minority Right?" at the international conference organized by the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, the Faculty of Law of the University of Belgrade and the Tom Lantos Institute on 28-29 September in Belgrade. The full programme of the event and the abstracts are available at HERE.
A live stream of the conference will be available at
ASN Europe 2023. Reframing Nationalism and Populism in the Context of Securitization: Political Struggles and Scholarly Debates
Balázs Dobos, Margit Feischmidt, András Morauszki and Balázs Vizi will attend as paper presenters and commentators in book panels the 2023 European conference of the Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN) in Cluj between 6-8 July. The full programme of the conference is available at HERE.
Margit Feischmidt and Violetta Zentai (CEU) will present their paper titled "Challenges of progressive localism in spaces of solidarity in Hungary" at the 20th annual conference of the International Migration Research Network (IMISCOE) "Migration and inequalities. In search of answers and solutions" (Warsaw, 3-6. July). The full programme of the conference is available at HERE.
The hidden costs of Educational Upward Mobility Among First-in-Family Roma and Non-Roma Graduates in Hungary
As part of the webinar series of the European Educational Research Association (EERA), Judit Durst, Zsanna Nyírő, and Julianna Boros will present their research with the title The hidden costs of Educational Upward Mobility Among First-in-Family Roma and Non-Roma Graduates in Hungary at 5 pm on 20 June. ZOOM link.