Anti-Gypsyism in the changing political climate of Europe: Closing conference of the PolRom project

Join us on the occasion of 50th Anniversary of the first Roma Congress for the closing event of the PolRom project: Identifying evidence-based methods to effectively combat discrimination of the Roma in the changing political climate of Europe!

2021
08
Apr
online
14:30
English
Zoom link: https://ppk-elte-hu.zoom.us/j/92134537842
Meeting ID: 921 3453 7842
(CET time zone)

Program

14.30-14.50: Opening remarks

Anna Donáth – Member of the European Parliament, host of the event

 

14.50-16.15: Situation of the Roma in Europe in the 21st century

  • Political discourse about the Roma in Europe – Angéla Kóczé – Chair of Romani Studies Program, Central European University)
  • The media representation of political discourse – Barbara Lášticová – Director of director the Institute for Research in Social Communication, Slovak Academy of Sciences
  • Anti-Gypsyism across Europe – empirical evidence from 5 countries – Anna Kende, Chair of Department of Social Psychology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
  • Roundtable discussion

Romeo Franz – Member of the European Parliament, Co-President of the European Parliament Anti-Racism and Diversity Intergroup (ARDI)

Danut Dumitru – Former Advocacy Director, Country Facilitator, Roma Education Fund, Romania

Zuzana Havírová – Roma Advocacy and Research Center, Slovakia

Moderator: Marietta Herfort – Managing director Phiren Amenca

  • Q&A

 

16.30-17.15: Anti-discrimination interventions across Europe

  • Presentation of the findings of the PolRom project toolkit – Anca Minescu, Assistant Dean of Faculty of Education and Health Sciences, University of Limerick
  • Roundtable discussion

Kinga Göncz – Former Member of the European Parliament, Former Minister for Equality

Marcela Adamova – DG JUST, European Commission

Bernard Rorke – Advocacy and Policy Manager, European Roma Rights Centre

Moderator: Lucia Hargašová – Researcher, Institute for Research in Social Communication, Slovak Academy of Sciences

 

17.15-17.30: Concluding remarks

Anna Donáth – Member of the European Parliament, host of the event

 


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Partenaires

Le projet «Identifier des méthodes fondées sur des preuves pour lutter efficacement contre la discrimination des Roms dans le climat politique changeant de l'Europe» (subvention n ° 808062 - PolRom - REC-AG-2017 / REC-RDIS-DISC-AG-2017) est financé par le programme Justice de l'Union européenne (2014-2020).

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