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General news and activity relating to the CEU Democracy Institute.

Internship Opportunity at the CEU Democracy Institute Leadership Academy

We invite applications for a part-time internship position in Budapest, with the possibility of working remotely for some parts of the program.

DI Welcomes New OSUN Fellows

We are happy to announce that 9 new fellows are joining the CEU Democracy Institute in the framework of the CEU Budapest-OSUN Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowship Program.

The Sovereignist Challenge to the European Union: Features and Ambiguities

Did you miss this presentation on the sovereignist challenge to the European Union by Sergio Fabbrini (Luiss Guido Carli)? Watch it now!

Job Opening: Postdoctoral Fellow, Democracy in History Working Group

We invite applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow position within our working group focusing on the historical dimensions of the contestation of democracy and the role of historical knowledge in and for open society.

Eva Fodor in The Daily Show

Did you miss the episode of The Daily Show, in which Jordan Klepper interviewed our our Research Affiliate and CEU’s Pro-Rector Eva Fodor? Watch the interview now!

Martin Krygier, Adam Czarnota, Wojciech Sadurski (eds.): Anti-Constitutional Populism

The volume, edited by our Senior Research Fellow Martin Krygier, Adam Czarnota (University of New South Wales) and Wojciech Sadurski (University of Sydney), and published by Cambridge University Press, brings together scholars from law, political science, and philosophy.

Call for Applications: Invisible University for Ukraine

Central European University is launching a certificate program for BA, MA and PhD students from Ukraine, whose studies have been affected by the war, whether still residing in Ukraine or in refuge.

Timothy Garton Ash: The War in Ukraine and the Future of Democracy in Central Europe

A few days before the Hungarian elections, Historian and political writer Timothy Garton Ash, Professor of European Studies at the University of Oxford, delivered a talk at the CEU Democracy Institute on the war in Ukraine, its impact to the region, and the political situation in Hungary.

Will the Orban Regime Survive or Fall?

Did you miss the discussion on the Hungarian elections, co-organized with the CEU Department of Political Science, and featuring Andras Bozoki, Jennifer McCoy, Carolina Plescia and Zoltan Miklosi?

Call for Applications: CEU Democracy Institute Leadership Academy

The CEU Democracy Institute invites applications for a unique leadership training program for a new generation of public leaders in Central and Eastern Europe.