12.45-13.00 Welcome by Angela Kocze, Chair in Romani Studies, Central European University and Timea Junghaus, Executive Director of the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture

13.00-14.30 panel 1: Understanding epistemic racism


Geraldine Lee-Treweek (Birmingham City University) – Loreen Chikwira (Manchester Metropolitan University)  - Karen Wilkes (Birmingham City University): Romani Studies, Critical Race Theory, Black Studies and Reciprocal Learning to Change Higher Education

Eva Kourova  - Ionut Cioarta: Challenging the Dominant Policy Discourse and Forms of Roma Racialisations: The Case of Ando Glasgow in Glasgow, Scotland

Ioana Tistea (Tampere University): “Reflexivity of Reflexivity” with Roma-Related Research Practices toward Epistemic Humility


 Margareta Matache (Harvard University)


Prem Kumar Rajaram (Central European University)

14.30-15.00 Coffee break with informal chat with RGPP Students at CEU

15.00-16.00 panel 2: Political voice and access to justice


Ashok Kumar Pindiga (Central European University): Oppression and Access to Justice: A Comparative Study of Roma in Europe and Dalits in India

Aidan McGarry (Loughborough University): Political Voice of Roma Communities


Violetta Zentai (Central European University)


Marton Rovid (Central European University)

16.30-18.00 RomaMoMa panel: The restitution of Romani artworks and artefacts


Angela Kocze (Chair of the Romani Studies Program at CEU

Anna Mirga-Kruszelnicka (Deputy Director of the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture)

Hajnalka Somogyi (Founder and Cocurator of OFF-Biennale Budapest)


Daniel Baker (Visual artist) TBC

Nanette Snoep (Director of the Etnographic Museum of Cologne)

Maria Lind (Director of Tensta konsthall, Stockholm)

Anna Szasz (Curator of the RomaMoMa project of Off-Biennale Budapest)