Barbora Cernusakova, Jan Grill, and Daniel Škobla

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. Jan Grill is a Simon Research Fellow in Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester and also affiliated to the Universidad del Valle. He has researched Roma migration from central eastern Europe to Great Britain, and poverty, race, ethnicity and marginalisation in Slovakia and Czech Republic. Daniel Škobla is a senior researcher at the Institute for Research on Labour and Family in Bratislava. He worked as a Poverty Reduction Officer with the United Nations Development Programme and also provided technical assistance for the Slovak government regarding the Decade of Roma Inclusion 2005-2015 and the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies 2020.