This document is based on the monitoring reports about the quality of EU Member States’ new post-2020 National Roma Strategic Frameworks developed by civil society organizations participating in the Roma Civil Monitor 2021-2025 (RCM) initiative.
“It's tempting to see misogyny merely as a deviant trait of individual leaders. However, misogyny is a more general phenomenon in autocratizing regimes,” Andrea Krizsan, lead researcher of our Inequalities and Democracy Workgroup and Conny Roggeband write in their post on The Loop.
In this first AUTHLIB Working Paper, our Senior Research Fellow Zsolt Enyedi explores the ideological modules of the recent wave of autocratization.
Our Senior Research Fellow Andras Sajo co-authored the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights report on the judicial independence in Poland.
Our Research Affiliate Filip Milacic argues in his post on LSE EUROPP Blog that democratic ideals can be overridden by partisan and group loyalties, which may cause voters to overlook the actions of politicians that undermine democracy.
Many populist regimes “insist that they are true upholders of the rule of law, which must be rescued from those who have kidnapped it,” our Senior Research Fellow Martin Krygier writes in his post for the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM).
The study of our Research Fellow Joelle Grogan, requested by the European Parliament's Special Committee on Covid-19, examines pandemic governance in the EU and its Member States.
The latest special issue of Profesorado, co-edited by our Research Affiliate Abel Beremenyi and Xavier Rambla, focuses on the school-to-work transition among vulnerable youth in different geographical and policy contexts.
“How do feminist and queer activist imaginaries respond to, initiate, mitigate, enable and complicate the ongoing process of radical transformation in the world?,” our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto and Ayse Gul Altinay ask in their co-edited special issue of the European Journal of Women's Studies.
Often, opposition to gender equality and anti‐gender campaigns take place in countries that are witnessing a decline in democratic quality, our Research Affiliates Matthijs Bogaards and Andrea Peto write in the special issue of Politics and Governance, edited by them.