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Kattago Memory and Representation in Contemporary Europe: The Persistence of the Past Nikola M. Ove organizacije mogu se svrstati u tri glavne grupe: Prihvataju parcijalnu i pojednostavljenu crno-belu istinu.

Novembar Otkud ja u ratu? Prezentacija rezultata dostupna i na http: Uz to, od Prezentacija rezultata dostupna na: International Crisis Group Serbia: Maintaining Peace in the Presevo Valley.

Pokrajinski sekretarijat za obrazovanje, upravu i nacionalne manjine, www. Radio televizije Srbije, www. The result filozoofa research into the activities of the state agencies and institutions in Serbia in dealing with multi-ethnic conflicts during the s onwards will be presented.

The analysis should identify the discourse of the state in relation to multiethnic conflicts in order to observe any changes or developments in the past two decades.

In addition, the focus is on identifying the mrvih and role of restorative justice in how the state responds to these conflicts in order to assess the potential of such an approach in Serbia and consider possible pathways towards its broader use. The author will describe the relationship between the Roma and non-Roma residents in a Hungarian village.

It will be argued that these ordering groups may influence inter-ethnic relationships and impact how Roma and non-Roma members of the community may live harmoniously together. Roma, discrimination, action research, interethnic conflicts, power relationship, restorative justice Introduction This study introduces the mrtfih of the first phase of an action research that is being conducted by the Foresee Research Group www.

Based filozofaa the results of this work the consortium developed concepts, later they theoretically elaborated, finalized and operationalised them.

This is followed by an action research phase — I will introduce some preliminary findings of this phase within this article. The knjigga will continue; taking the findings of the research into consideration, intervention and implementation will be realized which is based on the restorative approach.

The Hungarian partner of the program has been working in the village of Kulacs2 since We have been building good relationships and mutual trust with the community.

We have been injiga information about the key actors and the difficulties of existence in this village. This knowledge is changing continuously, as the action research is still going on.

New encounters, new perspectives, new conversations, new conflicts can, and probably will specify the picture in the future. However, I knjifa already describe some results, reveal typical oppositions and denote some characteristics of the local relations from an interethnic aspect. Within this paper, I onjiga describe the situation of the Roma minority in Hungary at first. The next chapter will introduce the village, where the program of the Foresee Research Group has been taking place.

Later on, I will share some information about the methodology of the action research. After that, I will focus on the local Roma of Kulacs, their problems, their conflicts with the majority of the villagers and their experience about discrimination will be in the centerpoint of my attention. It was also important to introduce the groups of interests and conflicts of the community as well.


As I will underline, these circumstances might have influence on the way the Roma and non-Roma live together. This is what I will introduce at the end of the article. Based on this data, the research carried out in estimated the number of the Roma A mrtvihh decades ago, differences between Roma and non-Roma were not so deep as nowadays. Under socialism, the state-owned industrial companies needed semi — filizofa unskilled workers in large numbers.

However, the Roma could only partially fulfil mftvih requirements of the labour market because of their educational, health and housing disadvantages. In order to reduce the already existing disadvantages, nationwide campaigns began in Hungary.

The programs focusing on the elimination of the Roma settlements set the objective of creating better housing conditions. The rate of the Roma pupils attending schools increased, due to the extension of compulsory education and the need for writing and reading, which appeared among the Roma. Because of the increase in industrial employment, the number of the Roma with a higher income increased by the early s.

Although, we can identify certain drawbacks of these programs, the living conditions of the Roma clearly improved within this period. The situation of the Roma has been worsening dramatically since socialism collapsed. Social scientists have observed that disadvantages appear already in early childhood. According to the national survey conducted inthere vilozofa relevant differences in the access to kindergarten between Roma knjigw non-Roma children.

The educational system from kindergarten to high school did not ensure equal mrtvlh opportunities for Roma children. The inequality between Roma and non-Roma was even more visible if we paid attention to universities: The employment rate of Roma has also dramatically declined after the transition of the socialist regime. In the s there was no relevant difference between the employment of the Roma mrtvvih non-Roma Balogh, The fiozofa rate of the general population is considerably higher now — nearly twice as much — compared to the Roma population Kertesi, b: The data of the FRA Roma pilot survey confirm these results.

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The national researches from and MC, ; Letenyei, Varga, ; Babusik, show that the housing conditions of Roma households were very poor as well. Half of the households were without sewage disposal system and one-fifth of them knjia running water.

Attitudes, prejudice towards Roma Prejudice and discrimination mrtvkh Roma existed already in the era of socialism — although during the socialism it was forbidden to analyse the phenomenon of prejudice, so from this period we have only a little information about the attitudes against Roma.

Inthe system has changed, socialism collapsed. In the first few years of the new political era, the activity, role and support of extreme-right wing parties and movements were negligible.

Moreover, negative attitudes against the Roma — although they were still strong but—dwindled in the s. Unfortunately, this positive trend altered after the Millennium. These changes had their stems in several factors. MSZP, the ruling party between andlost its credibility after a while. The representatives of this extreme right-wing party uttered what was forbidden to name before. They took an openly discriminative attitude against the Roma. They drew attention to the damage which, in their opinion, the Roma caused in the majority of the society.


The situation became worse thanks to the economic crisis in Fear and frustration of losing jobs and being impoverished made citizens inclined to vote for populist parties. And the parties reacted quickly; almost all of them drew up light, simplistic messages that people could easily understand Rajasic, And sometimes these messages provided extreme solutions for social problems and often named a common enemy — who were very often the Roma.

Nowadays, in Hungary — similarly to other Eastern-European countries — Roma belong to the most disadvantaged social groups who suffer from the heaviest prejudice. As sociological researches prove the negative attitudes towards the Roma are intensive.

According to a survey conducted in two- third of Hungarians would not let their kids play with Roma children. The lack of tolerance and the phenomenon of exclusion were highlighted not only by researches but also by the existence of hate speech and hate crime incidents. In a series of murders resulted in the deaths of five Roma people.

The infrastructure in Kulacs has been upgraded. Kulacs has a kindergarten, a library and one primary school with a gymnasium. A family doctor and a pediatrician are also available. Kulacs is traditionally a religious village. The settlement has a multicultural background as well, as not only Hungarians but members and posterity of the German, Slovakian and Roma minority live here. The reason of the difference between the two data is not immigration or an outstanding rate of birth.

It lies in the fact that in case of an official census the Roma citizens usually do not declare their minority background. Civil activity is strong and supported by the local government. The website of the village mentions altogether twelve NGOs and fourteen bottom-up movements. For example, sport associations, a club for retired residents, a choir and a Home Guard can be found among the local initiatives. InKulacs gives the floor to altogether 34 programs — a lot of them organized by the local NGOs.

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The local government has a newspaper. The most important innovation of the law was the establishment fklozofa minority self-governments both at local and national levels.

Minority self-governments have primarily non-territorial competences, thus they offer a form of cultural autonomy for minorities.

In case of action researches the researchers not only gain information from the field, they not only conduct studies on the target group. The keyword is action. The researchers are not knjoga objective observers who do not influence the field and who are not influenced by the field or even by themselves.

The researchers do not have to make a division between action and understanding. Altogether, we prepared interviews with mrtih local residents within six months. We used the snow-ball method in order to get in contact with interviewees. The conversations were usually The questions in the interview guidelines were metvih into three main issues: Another source of information was the desk research.

We collected all kinds of information about Kulacs from libraries, internet, local residents, local newspapers and local government.