n this special online panel, five scholars of contemporary Europe discuss Timothy Garton Ash’s Homelands. A Personal History of Europe with the author.
General news and activity relating to the CEU Democracy Institute.
The Free University, hosted by CEU Democracy Institute, brings together Hungarians of differing viewpoints and different generations to discuss the social, economic and political problems of Hungary and the European Union in an atmosphere of mutual respect. Apply now to its spring courses!
The OSUN Global Visiting Fellowship brings together a team that on its first meeting on February 23 set out to establish a framework to study the various cases of academics resisting authoritarian regimes’ attacks on education by creating alternative ways of higher education.
The European Commission's High Level Group on the Future of Social Protection in Europe, which our Research Fellow Dorottya Szikra is a member of, presented its report and recommendations in Brussels.
The CEU Democracy Institute's Rule of Law Workgroup is looking for a Post-doctoral Research Fellow with an excellent record of publications and international collaboration on the rule of law, strong familiarity with ongoing international and European litigation, and political developments in this field.
The CEU Democracy Institute’s De- and Re-Democratization (DRD) Workgroup invites applications for two 2-year positions of postdoctoral research fellows.
The CEU Democracy Institute invites applications for a Senior Program Manager position in Budapest.
After the successful 2022 Spring and Fall Semesters, we are continuing the certificate program for junior and senior undergraduate (BA) and graduate (MA and PhD) students from Ukraine, whose studies have been affected by the war.
The European Commission’s Assessment Report of the national Roma strategies relies on the project implemented by a consortium led by the CEU Democracy Institute.
The volume of our Research Fellow Zsolt Cziganyik, entitled Utopia Between East and West in Hungarian Literature, provides the first comprehensive study of Hungarian utopian literature in English.