Barbora Černušáková is a human rights researcher on countries of East-Central EU. In her work she focuses on discrimination against Roma and the rights of refugees and migrants. As part of her PhD in Sociology at the University of Manchester she is currently doing a long-term ethnographic fieldwork among Roma workers in a city in north-eastern Czech Republic.
Published in: HomeSlovakia: when seeing means myopia
Observation is one tool for approaching an understanding of socio-economic marginality – especially in its...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?“We are not anti-Greeks”: the need for a return of solidarity to eastern Europe
“Greece hasn’t even dreamt about what Slovakia had to go through, what does it mean to carry out real reforms and...