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LIVING ARCHIVE: PERFORMING MEMORY OF ROMA POLITICS RomArchive (www.romarchive.eu) Launching event in Budapest, March 6-7, 2019

February 19, 2019

RomArchive, the Digital Archive of the Roma makes the arts and cultures of Roma visible and illustrates their contribution to European cultural history. Its collection contains materials from the ten archive sections: Dance, Film, Flamenco, Literature, Music, Theatre & Drama, Visual Arts, Politics of Photography, the Romani Civil Rights Movement, and the Holocaust (“Voices of the Victims”). These materials focus on self-representation and have been acquired from private collections, museums, archives, and libraries around the world.

CALL FOR PAPERS on Migration of Roma

February 13, 2019

Erasmus Short Term Joint Staff Training Event

Migration of Roma

 University of Helsinki, 1-3rd of April 2019

“Policy and Reflexivity in Romani Studies” Launch of the Second Issue of the Critical Romani Studies (CRS) Journal

January 21, 2019

Date: Monday, 28 January, 2019

Time: 16.30

Location: Central European University

Address: Budapest, Nador utca 15, Room 103

Postgraduate summer course “Inclusive Early Childhood Development and Education: Evidence, activism and converging constituencies – focus on refugees and migrants” at Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary, 15 July - 19 July, 2019

This course is designed to bring together education and early years policymakers, researchers, and education and human rights advocates for constituencies likely to face discrimination in early childhood and school systems.  At the completion of the course participants will have gained: