March 27, 2015
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1052388-es-kinyilik-elottuk-a-vilag- Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu features CEU’s Roma Access Programs (RAP), quoting Matyas Szabo, director of RAP, who explains the essence of the programs, their goals and achievements. The article was also published in Nepszava (3.27.2015. p.11, Es kinyilik elottuk a vilag) Other items of Hungarian coverage:
February 4, 2015
http://romasajtokozpont.hu/korrekt-forum-holokauszttagadassal/ - The Hungarian Roma Press Centre reports: CEU’s Nationalism Studies Program and the Hungarian Sociological Association organized a panel discussion on February 3, entitled “Discourse on the Roma in Hungary.” The aim was to reveal the various ways of speech concerning the Roma, such as: What are the in-group and out-group rules of speech? Is there a difference between the right and wrong ways of speech in academia, politics, arts and public policy?
January 20, 2015
http://www.edupress.hu/hirek/index.php?HirID=32223&pid=egycikk - Hungarian educational news site edupress.hu reports: The Sigrid Rausing Trust has awarded CEU a €113,000 (£90,000) grant to support the CEU Roma Access Programs (RAP). Since 2006, the Trust has partnered with RAP on a variety of initiatives, ranging from student scholarships to internship support.