Topic: Reach-culture

Roma Heritage:the case study of the REACH project

Last 19 February, Dr György Eszter, interviewed by the “HALLGATOI MAGAZINE” reported her direct experience in carrying on the case study of the minority heritage pilot within the REACH project. Dr György, presented a global overview of the objectives, initiatives … Continue reading


Participation and identity in heritage re-use in urban contexts

“URBAN AND HOUSING SYSTEMS UNDER PRESSURE: VARIETIES OF RESPONSES” This is the title of the Conference organized by the Metropolitan Research Institute of Budapest 27-29 September 2019. The conference aimed to identify policies and tools which can help to build … Continue reading


REACH Local Encounter: “Intangible Roma cultural heritage in Hungary – Communities and participation”

The 21th May a local encounter organized by Elte University, task leader of Minority Heritage Pilot, was held at  the Gandhi Secondary School, located in Pécs; this is the first secondary school in Europe, devoted to preparing young Roma for … Continue reading


The charming Roma Cultural Heritage

The upcoming local encounter of the Minority Heritage Pilot f REACH Project will be focusing on Roma intangible cultural heritage. It is hosted by the Gandhi High School in Pécs, the first Romani high school which became a part of … Continue reading


REACH project local encounter: Mini-conference “The Roma Heritage of the 8th district”

The conference was co-organized by ELTE, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, together with the students of the Cultural Heritage MA programme of the Atelier department. The students completed a research during the first semester in three groups: they had … Continue reading


REACH at the Faro Convention research-action workshop

The second Faro Convention research-action workshop “Cross-fertilization roads between Heritage and Participatory Citizenship” took place in Huelva (Spain) the 3-4 December. It focused on the actual organization of  “heritage communities” to both manage such enlarged “cultural heritage” and participate effectively … Continue reading


REACH project local encounter: Preservation, re-use and management of Roma cultural heritage

The REACH local encounter was hosted by the Roma Country House in Hodász, founded in 2001, which is the first similar institution in Hungary. The country house, located in an extremely deprived sub-region in North-Eastern Hungary is not only undertaking … Continue reading


REACH project at Budapest Ritmo Conference

The Budapest Ritmo Conference is the biggest world music forum in Central Europe, a unique opportunity for professionals to debate on trends and challenges, with a Central European focus. In 2018, panels focused on: – European music policies – The … Continue reading


Introductory meeting for the minority heritage pilot of REACH Project

The 20th of June, ELTE University, task leader of REACH project minority heritage pilot, headed the first meeting aimed to launch the idea of a Roma local heritage collection – representing the first case study of the Minority heritage pilot … Continue reading