Roma Graduate Preparation Student Presentations 2016-2017
The updated program of the conference can be found here.
Roma Graduate Preparation Program
Student Presentations 2016-2017
June 19-20 2017 Central European University,Nador utca 15, Budapest, Room 103
The Roma Access Programs (RAP) cordially invites you to the annual conference of the Roma Graduate Preparation Program (RGPP) for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The conference marks the culmination of a full year of hard work and study for the RGPP students who will have the opportunity to present their final research papers in a real conference setting.
The annual conference features prominent activists and scholars, this year the conference will open with a keynote speech, delivered by Maria Bogdan, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The audience will include RAP students, CEU faculty, alumni, tutors, teachers, program donors, friends of the program and invited guests whom we encourage to participate in an academic discussion on the presentations.
- Banda Pal Securitization of Islam. How the United Kingdom Independence Party's Discourse on Islam Aims to increase their Political Influence
- Bulbul Gamze Towards a Definition of Islamophobia in Contemporary Hungary
- Cankurt Ilkin Mapping Individual and Institutional Reactions to Officially Sanctioned Islamophobia
- Ferkovics Attila Andras Labour Market Integration of the Roma in Hungary: Analysis and Policy Suggestions
- Jeri Janos Populism and Globalization
- Kochev Angel Shades of Otherness: Differing Perceptions of Multiple Muslim Identities
- Kovacs Adrienn The Difficulty of Formulating and Implementing Policies on Women’s Rights in Bangladesh
- Lakatos Timea Mapping the Introduction of Inclusive Education in Hungary
- Lala Fridon Foreign Aid Effectiveness in Post Conflict Countries: Case Study Kosovo
- Majko Irena Roma Women in Albania: Juggling Traditional Values and Career Perspective
- Popenko Viola Comparing IDPs and National Minorities: protection mechanisms in the context of the Roma in Ukraine
- Racz Tibor Are Anti-corruption Networks able to Strengthen Democracy in Central Eastern European Countries?
- Shvedchenko Violeta Protection of National Minorities in Ukraine through the Lens of the Olshany Crisis
- Tahiri Allmir How Did NATO Legitimize Military Intervention in the Cases of Bosnia and Kosovo after the Break-up of Yugoslavia?
- Vaitsekhovskii Denis Analysis of the Effects of the So-Called “Undesirable Organizations Law” on Romani Mobilization in Russia
- Vajda Melinda Muslim Women Negotiating Islamophobia
- Vidak Gabor Drug Use and School Dropout among Roma Students
- Yakimov Dancho Energy Poverty among People with Disabilities in the Blagoevgrad Region, Bulgaria: Dimensions and Manifestations