Roundtable Culturally Responsive Research Methodology: a New Zealand Case and Study Ethnic differences in education and diverging prospects for Roma youth in Hungary. University of Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain).

On 2nd of November 2015, Saleacom organised a roundtable addressed to PhD candidates and junior researchers with the aim of sharing interdisciplinary and international lines of research in the field of educational inequalities suffered by traditionally excluded groups. Members from Saleacom Project, as Sharona Jayavant from the University of Auckland (New Zealand) and Agnes Kende from the Central European University (Hungary) were invited to share their works with the audience, which are focused on educational interventions and policies with Maori in New Zealand and Roma in Hungary.