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Anikó
Bernát
Hungary
MC member
Working Group 1 - Families and Social Welfare, Working Group 2 - The Mixed Economy of Welfare, Working Group 3 - Transnational Voluntary Action
migration, social policy, vulnerable groups: migrants, refugees, ethnic minorities, Roma, disabled people, homeless people; social exclusion
Sociology
Researcher

Tim Goedemé, Anikó Bernát, Anne Franziskus, Bori Simonovits, Elena Carillo Alvarez, Eleni Kanavitet al (2019): What Does it Mean to Live on the Poverty Threshold? Lessons From Reference Budgets. In: Bea Cantillon, Tim Goedemé, John Hills (eds): Decent Incomes for the Poor? Improving Policies in Europe. Oxford University Press. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/decent-incomes-for-all-9780190849696?cc=hu&lang=en&fbclid=IwAR1FhCyTw7LMnkctgdSx9aG1VsRu2TGifoB4Nv1Hv4W6DJ47aolMi1N4sF0#

Bernát, A. (2019) Integration of the Roma in Hungary in the 2010s. In: István György Tóth (ed, 2019): Hungarian Social report 2019 Tárki: Budapest, pp. 195-214 https://www.tarki.hu/sites/default/files/2019-02/196_214_Bernat.pdf

Weinzierl, C., Novy, A., Bernát, A., Wukovitsch, F., Vercseg, Z. (2017): Social innovation in the field of Roma inclusion in Hungary and Austria. Lessons to foster social cohesion from Thara and Tanodas. In Flavia Martinelli, Anneli Anttonen and Margitta Mätzke (ed): Social Services Disrupted. Changes, Challenges and Policy Implications for Europe in Times of Austerity. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. https://www.elgaronline.com/downloadpdf/9781786432100.00025.xml

Bernát A., Kertész, A., Tóth, F. M. (2016): Solidarity reloaded: Volunteer and civilian organizations during the migration crisis in Hungary, Review of Sociology of the Hungarian Sociological Association, vol. 26, (2016) 4. http://www.szociologia.hu/dynamic/29_52_veg.pdf