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Audiovisuals

Here you'll find all the audiovisual content (podcasts and videos) produced by the CEU Democracy Institute and its researchers.

Andrea Peto Recognized by University of Oslo for Her Work on Scientific Freedom

Our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto received the University of Oslo’s Human Rights Award for her defense of academic freedom and institutional autonomy. The award is given annually for personal efforts and active involvement in one or more areas related to human rights issues in a broad sense.

There is Power in a Union

Participants of this workshop were invited to debate and discuss the use of organizing unions, networks, associations and communities to push forward the rights of journalists and to protect the freedom of the media.

Debate on Education Covered by Hungarian Media

The Hungarian-language debate on the situation of the education in Hungary, organized by our Istvan Bibo Free University, received extensive coverage in Hungarian media.

Italy after the Elections - Implications for National and European Politics

Our panelists analyzed the results of the Italian elections and its consequences to Europe.

Where is Brazil Headed? - The Future of Democracy After the Presidential Elections

Our panelists analyzed the results of the presidential elections in Brazil, and discussed the prospects for democracy in the country.

New Podcast: How Orban Destroyed a Democracy

Our Senior Research Fellow Zsolt Enyedi joined Doomsday Watch host Arthur Snell in the podcast series The Bunker to unpack what lessons democracies should take from the Orban era.

Dorottya Redai on Sex Education and Child Protection in Hungary

No child is protected from violence at school or domestic abuse by the so-called child protection law in Hungary our Research Affiliate Dorottya Redai argues in a video with Qubit.hu.

Julia Sonnevend on Politicians’ Charm

In the 20th century, politicians’ charm was based on distance, while today, they are trying to construct an image of being “one of us,” our Research Affiliate Julia Sonnevend said as the guest in Friderikusz Podcast, a Hungarian show.

Rights, If You Can Keep Them

Teodora Miljojkovic, RevDem assistant editor, interviews Professor John Shattuck, international legal scholar, diplomat, human rights leader and previous CEU rector.

Post-war Christian Democracy Was Relatively Short-lived

In this conversation with RevDem editor Ferenc Laczo, Fabio Wolkenstein sketches the broad variety of Christian politics across modern Europe