“The regime’s systematic effort to rig the elections is clearly evident, with a wide range of sophisticated tools to achieve this,” our researchers Bálint Magyar and Bálint Madlovics write in their report on the Hungarian elections.
General news and activity relating to the CEU Democracy Institute.
“Little has been said about Russia’s continuous attacks on the Ukrainian party system and democracy since the country’s independence in August 1991,” our Research Affiliate Zsolt Enyedi and Fernando Casal Bertoa (University of Nottingham) write in their article in Foreign Policy.
The volume provides critical reflections on contemporary practices of civil society monitoring of policy formation and implementation in the field of Roma equality across Europe.
The Assembly held a Special Session, where Stephen Stec, lead researcher of our Environment and Democracy Workgroup presented the “The UNEP We Want" report.
Katarina Barley, Vice President of the European Parliament and MEP Kati Piri visited the CEU Democracy Institute and met CEU Pro-Rector Eva Fodor, our Co-Directors, Laszlo Bruszt and Renata Uitz, and researcher Dimitry Kochenov.
The European Commission “should be mindful of deliberate attempts to deceive” its Annual Rule of Law Report by those “engaged in the systemic dismantlement of checks and balances and their proxies,” our researchers Laurent Pech and Petra Bard write in their study requested by the European Parliament's LIBE and AFCO Committees.
The project aims to better understand knowledge transfer and policy production in the Global Programs to End Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting, Gender-biased Sex Selection, and Child Marriage.
Can a series of mass protests lead to democratization? The latest discussion in our Hotspots of Democracy series explored the situation in Kazakhstan and helped putting the local developments in a regional frame.
Did you miss our event with Shalini Randeria, László Bruszt, Mathias Möschel, Michael Ignatieff, Stephen Holmes, Helena Rosenblatt, András Sajó and Renáta Uitz? Watch it now!