The EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy organizes the 10th year of its European Summer School in association with the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence in European Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University.
The Center for Policy Studies has obtained funding to participate in an 18-month research project 'Update of the current status of implementation of international/bilateral trade regimes with ODA recipients and the current role of civil society and private sectors as development actors in the new EU Member states' funded by the EuropeAid program of the European Commission.
The Slovak Governance Institute (SGI) invites graduate students, early-stage researchers and young faculty to apply to participate in the NEUJOBS Peer-review and Validation Conference "Socio-ecological transition: Employment, education and welfare".
The policy review on ‘Social inclusion of youth on the margins of society: more opportunities, better access and higher solidarity’ was written by Dagmar Kutsar, University of Tartu, and Helena Helve, University of Helsinki.
The Handbook on Tolerance and Cultural Diversity in Europe was published within the ACCEPT PLURALISM project. Geared toward teacher-trainers, the Handbook is intended primarily for use in programmes that prepare teachers to serve in high schools in Europe.
The Working Papers present work being conducted within the NEUJOBS research project on "The growth of the working age population" and "Database on financing, employment and governance in social services".
Despite policies of inclusion, compulsory education for all, and attempts at establishing multiculturalist arrangements in schools across Europe, minority ethnic students face segregation and discrimination that reinforce, perpetuate, and often even deepen their socio-economic disadvantages. This is the overall conclusion of a comparative research project conducted in nine European countries led by Associate Professor Julia Szalai, a sociologist and recognized expert on Roma and minority rights.
This publication comprises evaluations conducted by Open Society Foundations of the National Roma Integration Strategies submitted by the governments of Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia, and the 2010–2013 Roma Integration Concept submitted by the Czech Government in lieu of a strategy.