Every year, at the end of the program, all the students have the opportunity to present the results of the research they worked on in an event organized to simulate a real conference setting. The event marks the culmination of a full year of hard work and study by the students. In this context, prominent activists and scholars are invited as key speakers in a lecture open to the public.
The topics discussed during the 2019-20 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar:
- Rufat Demirov -The Power of Self-naming: Between Denial and Political Identity; The First World Romani Congress
- Sunita Memetovic - Between Freedom of Expression and Discriminatory Policies: Is There a Right to Beg?
- Nadja Greku - Here, There Is No Such Thing as Hope: Tracing the Lost Hope of Roma from Yugoslav Socialism to the Post-Yugoslav Era
- Sara Dungaj - Access to Social Housing Programs and Barriers Marginalized Groups - Roma and Egyptian Minorities - Face in Tirana, Albania
- Behije Kodra - Securitization of Roma During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Cases of Albania and Slovakia
- Katalin Rostás - Analysis of the Family Protection Action Plan in Hungary
- József Csendes - Burgeois Development of Roma from the Reform Age to Trianon (1825-1920)
- Klaudia Veizaj - The Influence of Italian Fascist Architecture in Albania in the First Half of the 20th Century
- Lilla Eredics - NEM! - A Novel Space of Female Solidarity Within the Leftist Activist Network of Budapest
The topics discussed during the 2018-19 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar:
- Dragana Kokora - Analysis of news and comments about Roma people on the regional portal N1
- Natali Tomenko - Roma as fortune tellers in the Soviet and American cartoons of 1973
- Dzenifer Dzeladin - Segregation in primary schools in Macedonia and the impact on further education of Roma children
- Adnan Schubert - A micro-study of Roma migration from Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Tomljenovic Azemina - From theory to practice: Local Action Plans for Roma integration in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2017-2020
- Aleksandra Koriak - Hate crimes against Roma in Ukraine
- Judit Jóni - Roma minority schools: The difference between minority and segregated schools
- Sebair Selmani - Machine Learning: Artificial neural network and linear regression methods with a case-study
- Eglantina Aliu - Electoral systems
- Miroslav Mitras - Roma members of the European Parliament: How have they made it?
- Yaqoub Erzsébet Lisa - The nature of revolution through Sudan's recent example 2019
- Burcu Kisac - Art, racism and violence
- Dorina Azemi - Islam feminism
The topics discussed during the 2017 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar:
- Banda Pal Securitization of Islam. How the United Kingdom Independence Party's Discourse on Islam Aims to increase their Political Influence
- Bulbul Gamze Towards a Definition of Islamophobia in Contemporary Hungary
- Cankurt Ilkin Mapping Individual and Institutional Reactions to Officially Sanctioned Islamophobia
- Ferkovics Attila Andras Labour Market Integration of the Roma in Hungary: Analysis and Policy Suggestions
- Jeri Janos Populism and Globalization
- Kochev Angel Shades of Otherness: Differing Perceptions of Multiple Muslim Identities
- Kovacs Adrienn The Difficulty of Formulating and Implementing Policies on Women’s Rights in Bangladesh
- Lakatos Timea Mapping the Introduction of Inclusive Education in Hungary
- Lala Fridon Foreign Aid Effectiveness in Post Conflict Countries: Case Study Kosovo
- Majko Irena Roma Women in Albania: Juggling Traditional Values and Career Perspective
- Popenko Viola Comparing IDPs and National Minorities: protection mechanisms in the context of the Roma in Ukraine
- Racz Tibor Are Anti-corruption Networks able to Strengthen Democracy in Central Eastern European Countries?
- Shvedchenko Violeta Protection of National Minorities in Ukraine through the Lens of the Olshany Crisis
- Tahiri Allmir How Did NATO Legitimize Military Intervention in the Cases of Bosnia and Kosovo after the Break-up of Yugoslavia?
- Vaitsekhovskii Denis Analysis of the Effects of the So-Called “Undesirable Organizations Law” on Romani Mobilization in Russia
- Vajda Melinda Muslim Women Negotiating Islamophobia
- Vidak Gabor Drug Use and School Dropout among Roma Students
- Yakimov Dancho Energy Poverty among People with Disabilities in the Blagoevgrad Region, Bulgaria: Dimensions and Manifestations
You may see the program of the 2015 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar here.
The topics discussed during the 2016 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar:
- Brassoi Vivien The Human Rights Perspective of Socio-Economic Disadvantages as New Grounds of Discrimination
- Cela Xhenson Community Media as a Tool for Influencing Policies: Housing and Environment in Albania
- Demir Manuela Roma Empowerment Through Ethnic Mobilization: Case study of Roma Youth Informal Initiative "Romano Avazi" in Macedonia, 2012.
- Esztergalyos Karoly Accessibility of the Hungarian Tertiary Education by Roma Students
- Farkas Aida Diana Discrimination and Ill Treatment of Roma by Police in Romania: Causes, Effects and Possible Solutions
- Gol/Yilmaz Fatma External Debt and Its Effects on Economic Growth, Turkey is an example country
- Ignacz Judit A Complicated Relationship: Fidesz and Jobbik in Hungary
- Jakab Zsuzsanna Common Past Divided Memories: Reconstruction of History Through Monuments in Hungary
- Komaromi Maria What Should a “Good Mother” Do? Gender Relations and Development Initiatives in a Segregated Roma Settlement in Hungary.
- Kondur Julian Violation of Right to Health of Roma in Ukraine: State Obligations, Access to Health Care Services and Legal Nationality
- Kovacs Zsuzsanna Discriminatory practices in environmental policies
- Petrenko Nikolai Labour Migration as a Panacea to Socio-Economic Problems: A Case Study of Tajikistan
- Sandor Arnold The forced evictions of Roma in Miskolc
- Sulejmanova Marija Questioning the constitutionality: the case of the new Special Public Prosecutor of the Republic of Macedonia
- Timchenkov Andrei Kurdish Question in the Middle East: Self-determination and the Creation of a new Independent State
See the program of the 2016 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar here.
The topics discussed during the 2015 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar:
- Asim Demiran: The Pros and the Cons of China-Africa relationship
- Calin Nicoleta: An Analysis of the National Consultation Process in Hungary: The Manipulative Power of the Sociopolitical Elite
- Chomanic Marek: European Anti-discrimination Legal Framework and Jurisdiction vs. Reality. How minorities are still discriminated in the old continent
- Cara Ramona-Maria: Inclusion of diversity and culture: Does the social inclusion of Roma advocate the real needs of Roma?
- Harapi Semiha: Housing challenges of the Roma community in Albania
- Huseini Almir: Roma people victims of Human Right policies promoted by International Organizations
- Ignácz Andrea: Segregation in education in Hungary - A case study of Huszar settlement, Nyiregyhaza
- Lupianez Noelia: Can positive psychology make people happier? An experiment that leads to increase happiness in students from Roma Access Programs
- Nuredini Albana: Right to adequate standard of living (Right to housing) in Albania
- Orsos Mihaly: Energy Poverty in Hungary and the "Light Bringers"
- Selman Selma: I am an artist from Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Tair Fikrija: Benefits and losses of the Macedonian budget concerning the Roma community
- Toader Ionica: Challenges of Roma Integration Policies: The case-study of Roma in England
- Torok Ildiko: Between a rock and a hard place - Empowerment of Roma women to participate in decision making processes
See the program of the 2015 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar here.
The topics discussed during the 2014 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar:
- Balaz Jan: Affirmative actions from a practical and normative perspective
- Balaz Marek : Roma participation in the case of Slovakia: NRIS 2020 and Roma Reform
- Besic Radosav: Government budget benefits of Roma education
- Conkova Anna: “That I am Roma does not mean that I will wear black trousers, a white shirt and hat on my head”. Establishing dialogue between fashion designers
- Csanya Ildiko : “Come to the front and be a believer!” Hidden mechanisms of segregation in an Evangelical movement
- Dinu Liviu Iulian: Polishing a profession – being a video chat model in Romania
- Fyudr Yanina: Ethnic discrimination in the labor market: lessons from Ukraine in light of EU and UN framework
- Heljic Arman: Roma masculinities: performativity, self-perception and social practices among RGPP men
- Jakab Laszlo Oliver : Forms and extent of segregation of Roma students in Hungary
- Jasharov Jashar: The problem of not being able to obtain a Personal Identification Card (ID)
- Jonas Marianna: The old Jobbik in the new? An analysis of a far right party's visual campaign materials
- Kallai Andras: Ethicized Roma representation in Hungary: categorization in the fine arts based on Roma origin
- Koszegi Krisztina: Death penalty and life imprisonment
- Ludlova Nikola: Narratives of growing up as a man in a Romani family – reflections on constructing one's masculinity
- Marton Jozsef: Racial profiling in Budapest 8th district
- Nemeth Katalin: Teacher incentives within education systems
- Redjepi Nadire: Profit and losses - effects of migration on the budget of the Republic of Macedonia
- Sali Senada: The status of stateless people under the International Public Law: concept, regulation, problems and possible solutions
- Savic Jelena: Occupational freedom and benefiting the worse off
- Selmani Deniz: Model of minority representation: The case study of Roma in Macedonia
- Shakjiri Elvis: Discrimination against Roma at the borders of Macedonia: state obligations regarding freedom of movement in International and European Human Rights law
- Stoyanov Atanas: Targeted versus universal policies for Roma, on the basis of the European Social Fund in Bulgaria
See the program of the 2014 RGPP End-of-Year Student Seminar here.