The book of our Research Affiliate, Andrea Peto takes on the challenge of telling the story of sexual violence against women by German, Soviet and Hungarian soldiers in Hungary during World War II.
A new publication by Free Press Unlimited features case studies written by Eva Bognar, Senior Program Officer and Researcher at our Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS), our Communications Officer Robert Nemeth, and Dumitrita Holdis, Project Officer at CMDS.
In their article published in Journal of Peace Research, our Research Affiliate Erin Kristin Jenne and co-authors Connor Kopchick, Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham and Stephen Saideman examine factors that may impact when emigrated groups mobilize after they move.
The fifth study of our Future Challenges to Education Systems in Central Eastern European Context project, written by Maciej Jakubowski (University of Warsaw), is available now.
Oxford University Press publishes the new book of Zsolt Enyedi, Lead Researcher of our De-/Re-Democratization Workgroup, co-authored with Fernando Casal Bertoa, entitled Party System Closure - Party Alliances, Government Alternatives, and Democracy in Europe.
CEU Democracy Institute’s Center for Media, Data and Society launched a new report on innovation in journalism, written by Dumitrita Holdis, part of its Journalism Breakthroughs project.
The fourth study of our Future Challenges to Education Systems in Central Eastern European Context project, written by our Research Fellow, Dorottya Redai, is available now.
The third study of our Future Challenges to Education Systems in Central Eastern European Context project, written by our Junior Research Fellow, Agnes Kende, is available now.
“The recent jurisprudence of Hungarian apex courts based on changes inserted into the Hungarian Fundamental Law of 2011 and the provisions of the 2013 Civil Code on “violating the dignity of the Hungarian nation” set a dangerous precedent that could be broadly applied against critics of the government, aka the EU’s first electoral autocracy,” our Research Affiliate, Petra Bard writes in her post on Verfassungsblog.
“The UK media has a history of being in the spotlight for the wrong reasons,” according to the first report of the Uncovering Media Influence in the UK project, published by the CEU Democracy Institute’s Center for Media, Data and Society.