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DI in the Press

Researchers of the CEU Democracy Institute are often interviewed by the press. Find their quotes below.

Georgiana Turculet on People on the Move

Our Research Affiliate Georgiana Turculet spoke at the Italian Radio NewSoundLevel about People on the Move.

Andrea Peto on Female Voters

It is the final hour for opposition parties in Hungary to realize that female voters cannot be addressed with obsolete messages or silence, our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto said in an interview with Spirit FM, a Hungarian radio.

Andras Bozoki on the Upcoming Hungarian Elections

There are technical problems within the joint opposition, but these will be solved, our Research Affiliate Andras Bozoki said to the Italian magazine Reset.

Andrea Peto on Marina Abramovic’s Crystal Wall of Crying

Holocaust education and research are becoming increasingly institutionalized, their impact is declining, and governments are arbitrarily using the results for their own policy purposes, our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto writes in her article on Qubit.

Andrea Peto on Christian-Conservative Motherhood Ideals

The cost of fulfilling the Christian-Conservative motherhood and female principles advocated by leading politicians is no lower today than it was in Friedan’s time: the end for most women is depression and hopeless financial dependence, our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto said to Qubit, a Hungarian news portal.

Peter Rado on the Decline of Public Education in Hungary

If we have hoped so far to be able to cling to the inner periphery of the developed world in the longer term, then it may be time to reconsider, our Research Affiliate Peter Rado writes in his article in Portfolio.

Balint Magyar on the Orban Regime

The Orban regime is not driven by ideologies, only applies them, our Senior Research Fellow Balint Magyar said in an interview with Partizan.

Peter Rado on Schools in Small Towns and Villages

The state of small schools in villages is a constant element of education policy debates in Hungary, our Research Affiliate Peter Rado writes in his article in Portfolio.

Petra Bard on the Hungarian Constitutional Court’s Decision That Avoids EU Conflict

The decision of the Hungarian Constitutional Court "shifted the responsibility back to the government to oppose EU law, if they wish to do so," our Research Affiliate, Petra Bard said to AFP.

Petra Bard on the Rule of Law in Hungary

“In addition to rule of law being one of its fundamental values, respect for the rule of law in the Member States is also vital for the functioning of the EU legal system,” our Research Affiliate, Petra Bard said to Mandiner, a Hungarian online portal.