What is happening in Eastern European countries is a very serious situation, which we define as media capture, Marius Dragomir, Director of our Center for Media, Data and Society said to Spanish online newspaper El Diario.
DI in the Press
Researchers of the CEU Democracy Institute are often interviewed by the press. Find their quotes below.
The post written by Graham Butler (Aarhus University) and Dimitry Kochenov, lead researcher of our Rule of Law workgroup on Verfassungsblog is quoted by The Spectator in an article about the independence of the European Court of Justice.
“The gender struggle can unite actors who have not necessarily been eager to collaborate in the past,” our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto said to Danish daily Foljeton.
“Liberals need to remind people of the fundamental compatibility between liberalism and patriotism,” Zsolt Enyedi, Lead Researcher of our De-/Re-Democratization workgroup writes in his op-ed published by Euronews.
The CEU Democracy Institute is an academic research institute aimed at contributing to the future of democracy, our Co-Director, Eva Fodor said in an interview with the Hungarian ATV.
On the occasion of being named by TIME to the 2021 TIME100, its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, AP interviewed our Research Fellow, Dorottya Redai.
Young Roma have irregular, random and typically short-term access to orientation supporting their higher education and professional life, our Research Affiliate Abel Beremenyi writes in his article in Hungarian news portal Qubit.
Gender is not an ideology, not a lobby, but a concept used for example to highlight inequalities between men and women, our Co-Director Eva Fodor said in an interview with the Hungarian news portal 168.hu.
There have been some annoying mistakes in the debate of the opposition PM candidates in Hungary, when it came to education, our Research Affiliate Peter Rado writes in his article in Portfolio.
Almost 50 Hungarian and international journalists followed the Budapest Forum for Building Sustainable Democracies on-site or online. So far, 85 articles have been published about the conference (and still counting).