Interventions Political discourse Survey

Interventions

The objective of this workpackage is to create a database of existing anti-discrimination interventions in the five countries of this project (Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Ireland, France). Classification and subsequent analysis of these interventions will allow for a systematic overview linking social psychological theory with grass-roots practice. We will also organize focus groups with key stakeholders that will provide the opportunity to reflect on the results of the intervention analysis. By identifying the core principles of each intervention program, the organization delivering it (state and non-governmental organizations), and the intended outcome (change the narrative around Roma discrimination and inclusion, affect existing stereotypes and antigypsyism, influence behavioural intentions to act in solidarity with the Roma), we will explore their scope and limits. This will help us to identify examples of best-practice and develop a theory- and evidence-based toolkit for designing and improving anti-discrimination interventions.

Leading partner: University of Limerick

01. July 2020.

Országjelentés: Antidiszkriminációs intervenciók értékelése Magyarországon

Interventions

01. July 2020.

Country report: Evaluation of Anti-discrimination Interventions Targeting the Links between Political Discourse, Antigypsyism and Collective Action in Ireland

Interventions

28. April 2020.

Národná správa: Antidiskriminačné intervencie na Slovensku zamerané na zmierňovanie predsudkov voči rómskej menšine

Interventions

Partners

The project “Identifying evidence-based methods to effectively combat discrimination of the Roma in the changing political climate of Europe” (Grant. No. 808062 — PolRom — REC-AG-2017/REC-RDIS-DISC-AG-2017) is funded by the Justice programme of the European Union (2014-2020).

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