RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar
Every year, at the end of the program, all the students have the opportunity to present the results of the research they worked on in an event organized to simulate a real conference setting. The event marks the culmination of a full year of hard work and study by the students. In this context, prominent activists and scholars are invited as key speakers in a lecture open to the public.
The topics discussed during the 2016 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar:
- Brassoi Vivien The Human Rights Perspective of Socio-Economic Disadvantages as New Grounds of Discrimination
- Cela Xhenson Community Media as a Tool for Influencing Policies: Housing and Environment in Albania
- Demir Manuela Roma Empowerment Through Ethnic Mobilization: Case study of Roma Youth Informal Initiative "Romano Avazi" in Macedonia, 2012.
- Esztergalyos Karoly Accessibility of the Hungarian Tertiary Education by Roma Students
- Farkas Aida Diana Discrimination and Ill Treatment of Roma by Police in Romania: Causes, Effects and Possible Solutions
- Gol/Yilmaz Fatma External Debt and Its Effects on Economic Growth, Turkey is an example country
- Ignacz Judit A Complicated Relationship: Fidesz and Jobbik in Hungary
- Jakab Zsuzsanna Common Past Divided Memories: Reconstruction of History Through Monuments in Hungary
- Komaromi Maria What Should a “Good Mother” Do? Gender Relations and Development Initiatives in a Segregated Roma Settlement in Hungary.
- Kondur Julian Violation of Right to Health of Roma in Ukraine: State Obligations, Access to Health Care Services and Legal Nationality
- Kovacs Zsuzsanna Discriminatory practices in environmental policies
- Petrenko Nikolai Labour Migration as a Panacea to Socio-Economic Problems: A Case Study of Tajikistan
- Sandor Arnold The forced evictions of Roma in Miskolc
- Sulejmanova Marija Questioning the constitutionality: the case of the new Special Public Prosecutor of the Republic of Macedonia
- Timchenkov Andrei Kurdish Question in the Middle East: Self-determination and the Creation of a new Independent State
See the program of the 2016 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar here.
The topics discussed during the 2015 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar:
- Asim Demiran: The Pros and the Cons of China-Africa relationship
- Calin Nicoleta: An Analysis of the National Consultation Process in Hungary: The Manipulative Power of the Sociopolitical Elite
- Chomanic Marek: European Anti-discrimination Legal Framework and Jurisdiction vs. Reality. How minorities are still discriminated in the old continent
- Cara Ramona-Maria: Inclusion of diversity and culture: Does the social inclusion of Roma advocate the real needs of Roma?
- Harapi Semiha: Housing challenges of the Roma community in Albania
- Huseini Almir: Roma people victims of Human Right policies promoted by International Organizations
- Ignácz Andrea: Segregation in education in Hungary - A case study of Huszar settlement, Nyiregyhaza
- Lupianez Noelia: Can positive psychology make people happier? An experiment that leads to increase happiness in students from Roma Access Programs
- Nuredini Albana: Right to adequate standard of living (Right to housing) in Albania
- Orsos Mihaly: Energy Poverty in Hungary and the "Light Bringers"
- Selman Selma: I am an artist from Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Tair Fikrija: Benefits and losses of the Macedonian budget concerning the Roma community
- Toader Ionica: Challenges of Roma Integration Policies: The case-study of Roma in England
- Torok Ildiko: Between a rock and a hard place - Empowerment of Roma women to participate in decision making processes
See the program of the 2015 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar here.
The topics discussed during the 2014 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar:
- Balaz Jan: Affirmative actions from a practical and normative perspective
- Balaz Marek : Roma participation in the case of Slovakia: NRIS 2020 and Roma Reform
- Besic Radosav: Government budget benefits of Roma education
- Conkova Anna: “That I am Roma does not mean that I will wear black trousers, a white shirt and hat on my head”. Establishing dialogue between fashion designers
- Csanya Ildiko : “Come to the front and be a believer!” Hidden mechanisms of segregation in an Evangelical movement
- Dinu Liviu Iulian: Polishing a profession – being a video chat model in Romania
- Fyudr Yanina: Ethnic discrimination in the labor market: lessons from Ukraine in light of EU and UN framework
- Heljic Arman: Roma masculinities: performativity, self-perception and social practices among RGPP men
- Jakab Laszlo Oliver : Forms and extent of segregation of Roma students in Hungary
- Jasharov Jashar: The problem of not being able to obtain a Personal Identification Card (ID)
- Jonas Marianna: The old Jobbik in the new? An analysis of a far right party's visual campaign materials
- Kallai Andras: Ethicized Roma representation in Hungary: categorization in the fine arts based on Roma origin
- Koszegi Krisztina: Death penalty and life imprisonment
- Ludlova Nikola: Narratives of growing up as a man in a Romani family – reflections on constructing one's masculinity
- Marton Jozsef: Racial profiling in Budapest 8th district
- Nemeth Katalin: Teacher incentives within education systems
- Redjepi Nadire: Profit and losses - effects of migration on the budget of the Republic of Macedonia
- Sali Senada: The status of stateless people under the International Public Law: concept, regulation, problems and possible solutions
- Savic Jelena: Occupational freedom and benefiting the worse off
- Selmani Deniz: Model of minority representation: The case study of Roma in Macedonia
- Shakjiri Elvis: Discrimination against Roma at the borders of Macedonia: state obligations regarding freedom of movement in International and European Human Rights law
- Stoyanov Atanas: Targeted versus universal policies for Roma, on the basis of the European Social Fund in Bulgaria
See the program of the 2014 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar here.