Michal studied Romani Studies at Charles University in Prague, and currently, he is completing his master’s studies in Comparative History at Central European University (Budapest-Vienna). He is working as an educational coordinator at Compas Charity (Peterborough, the UK) and has been for more than 10 years lecturing and attending discussions on topics such as Roma history and identity. He focuses on the post-war period of Roma history in former Czechoslovakia and Roma representation. Michal was a member of QUALIROM team preparing materials for the teaching of Romani language at schools. Furthermore, he has been for several years lecturing as an external lecturer at the Department of Deaf Studies at Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, and at Faculty of Education, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice. In his work, he draws on experiences gained from the collaboration with NGOs in Czechia, Slovakia, Germany, and United Kingdom for more than 10 years in the work with marginalized youth, educational, and cultural projects.

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