We are happy to announce that our Research Fellow Dorottya Redai has received the Emma Goldman Snowball Award of the FLAX Foundation.
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We are happy to announce that Cambridge University Press has published the new book of our Senior Research Fellow, Andras Sajo, entitled Ruling by Cheating – Governance in Illiberal Democracy.
In an example of academia's contribution to journalism, Politico features an article by students in the class of Marius Dragomir, Director of our Center for Media, Data and Society, on how the Covid-19 pandemic impacted the situation of migrants in EU detention centers.
The organizers invite papers for the RINGS Conference and Annual Meeting - Forging New Solidarities: Networks of (Academic) Activism and Precarity, to be held on October 25-26, 2021, in Budapest.
We are happy to announce that our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto has been named as a member of the Independent Review Panel of the Royal Irish Academy.
Our Center for Media, Data and Society’s Judit Szakacs and Eva Bognar presented their study on the impact of foreign disinformation campaigns about minorities and migrants for the European Parliament’s INGE Committee.
Is Fudan University really a Trojan horse? How does the campus, planned in Budapest, fit into the context of global higher education and geopolitics? The latest roundtable discussion organized by the CEU Democracy Institute and the China in Europe Research Network explored questions around the Chinese university’s planned and widely debated Hungarian branch.
The new CIVICA Research Project, entitled “Democracy and Its Discontents. A Historical Examination of the Current Predicament of Democracy,” offers a thorough historical investigation capable of defining a genealogy of the current democratic malaise.
The proposal of Bernhard Wessels, Alex Trechsel and our Research Affiliate Levente Littvay for the inclusion of populism and technocracy attitude items in the European Social Survey's online panel CRONOS-2 has been accepted.
Marius Dragomir, Director of the CEU Democracy Institute’s Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS) attended a UK parliamentary group briefing to discuss shifts in policy, funding and technology that influence journalism and the future of public service media in the face of politicized appointments and privatization.