Did you miss our event co-organized with the Austro-French Centre for Rapprochement in Europe, the French Institute of International Relations and Political Capital Institute, featuring Dietmar Schweisgut, Peter Balazs, Ursula Plassnik, Jacques Rupnik, Zsuzsanna Szelenyi and Peter Kreko, moderated by Paul Lendvai? Read a summary, or re-watch it now.
Did you miss the latest lecture in the Irish Speaker Series, featuring Tony Connelly, Laszlo Kontler, Ronan Gargan and Renata Uitz? Read the summary or watch the recording now.
Did you miss our seminar with Noemi Gonda, Alexios Antypas and Stephen Stec? Watch the recording now!
n this special online panel, five scholars of contemporary Europe discuss Timothy Garton Ash’s Homelands. A Personal History of Europe with the author.
“The basic concept that needs to be understood is the difference between corruption that destroys the system and corruption that creates the system,” our Junior Research Fellow Balint Madlovics said to 444.
Did you miss the kick-off event of our AUTHLIB project with Michael Ignatieff’s keynote speech or the ensuing panel discussion? Watch them now!
Our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto received the University of Oslo’s Human Rights Award for her defense of academic freedom and institutional autonomy. The award is given annually for personal efforts and active involvement in one or more areas related to human rights issues in a broad sense.
Participants of this workshop were invited to debate and discuss the use of organizing unions, networks, associations and communities to push forward the rights of journalists and to protect the freedom of the media.
The Hungarian-language debate on the situation of the education in Hungary, organized by our Istvan Bibo Free University, received extensive coverage in Hungarian media.
Our panelists analyzed the results of the Italian elections and its consequences to Europe.