October 24, 2017
Building on a long tradition of supporting Romani scholars and scholarship, CEU launched its new Romani Studies Program in August 2017 and celebrated the launch on October 19. The Program is a new model for international education, a center for study of contemporary economic, social and political challenges as well as a source of support for building open and democratic societies that respect human rights and human dignity. CEU's Roma Access Programs (RAP) was transformed into the Romani Studies Program (RSP) as of August 1, 2017.
September 26, 2017
Name: Erika Solyom Title: Senior Program Manager, Romani Studies Program (RSP) Number of years at CEU: 4 months Home city/town & country: Szombathely, Hungary What's your favorite Hungarian food? Aranygaluska. Whose works of art or design have had the greatest impression on you?
September 21, 2017
Building on CEU's longstanding commitment to enhancing higher education, research, and professional opportunities for Roma, by a decision of the University’s Senate, CEU launched the Romani Studies Program on August 1, 2017, in cooperation with the Open Society Foundations' Roma Initiatives’ Office (RIO), the Roma Education Fund (REF), The Sigrid
August 31, 2017
CEU's Romani Studies programs are recognized in this New York Times article. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/29/world/europe/roma-culture-school-bias.html
June 21, 2017
On June 23,18 Roma students will graduate from the Roma Graduate Preparation Program (RGPP), becoming alumni of the Roma Access Programs and CEU. As part of the celebration of their accomplishments, the students presented research in their fields in a two-day conference event June 19-20, 2017.
June 6, 2017
Video of Critical Approaches to Romani Studies, May 25-26, 2017
June 6, 2017
Eleven Roma leaders and U.S. State Senator Kevin Killer gathered at CEU May 22-23, 2017 to discuss political narratives regarding minorities at the workshop and panel discussion entitled “Empowering Roma Young Leaders to Shape Inclusive Narratives.” The event was part of a project by Roland Ferkovics within the context of the German Marshall Fund of the United States’ (GMF) Office of Transatlantic Leadership Initiatives, and was supported by the GMF and CEU’s Roma in European Societies Initiative.