CHAIR

Julija Sardelić 

(Victoria U of Wellington, New Zealand)

julija.sardelic@vuw.ac.nz

 

 

PAPERS

Eszter Kovács Szitkay 

(Ludovika U, Hungary)

eszter.kovaacs@gmail.com  

Access to Justice Under COVID-19 in Hungary

 

Julija Sardelić 

(Victoria U of Wellington, New Zealand)

julija.sardelic@vuw.ac.nz 

Developing Into Equal Citizens? Methodological Whiteness, 

Local Histories and the Position of Roma as Citizens

 

Gwendolyn Albert

(Roma Education Support Trust, UK)

gwendolyn.albert@gmail.com 

Compensation Mechanism for Forcibly Sterilized Persons in the Czech Republic:

The Contribution and Experience of Romani Women

 

Svetluša Surova 

(Bratislava Policy Institute, Slovakia)

surova@bpi.sk

The Analysis of the Measures that Quarantined Roma Settlements

in the First and Second Wave of COVID-19 Pandemic in Slovakia

From the Right Based Approach

 

 

DISCUSSANT

Andras L. Pap

(CEU, Hungary)

papa@ceu.edu

PANEL CE14
Structural and Institutional Discrimination
Roma in Central Europe

Saturday May 7, 8.30-10.00 AM ET

Central Europe