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Here you'll find all the videos produced with the participation of the CEU Democracy Institute and its researchers. You may also subscribe to our YouTube-playlist here, and watch the video introduction of our colleagues here.

Discussing the History of the Present with Andreas Rödder

The panelists of this online event discussed Andreas Rödder’s recent book 21.1. Eine kurze Geschichte der Gegenwart (21.1. A Brief History of the Present).

Webinar Series: Constitutional Populism

The research project Constitutional Populism: Friend or Foe of Constitutional Democracy, led by the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney), organized a series of webinars co-hosted by the DI and the Network for Interdisciplinary Studies of Law.

Nationalism, Populism, and the Politics of Religion. Towards an Illiberal Reframing of Fundamental Rights

Did you miss the lecture by Professor Susanna Mancini under our Organised religion, constitutions and democratic backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe project? Read a summary or watch it now.

Budapest Forum 2023: From the War in Ukraine to Disinformation, Democratic Renewal and EU Funds

The Budapest Forum, co-organized by the Political Capital, the CEU Democracy Institute, and the Municipality of Budapest, featured contributions from leading politicians and foreign policy experts, and was formally opened by internationally acclaimed Canadian author Margaret Atwood. 

Borderless Knowledge Lecture Widely Covered in Hungarian Media

The latest lecture of the Borderless Knowledge series, housed at the CEU Democracy Institute, received extensive coverage from Hungarian mainstream media.

From a Multiethnic Empire to a World of Nation States

The panelists of this event in Vienna discussed Natasha Wheatley's new book, The Life and Death of States: Central Europe and the Transformation of Modern Sovereignty.

Invisible University for Ukraine Summer School in Budapest

The Invisible University for Ukraine completed its 2023 summer school for students from Ukraine this July in Budapest. The program is a transnational solidarity initiative which supports students whose studies have been affected by the war.

Dorottya Szikra on Family Policy in Hungary

In Hungary, there is a complete separation between helping those in need and family policy, Our Research Fellow Dorottya Szikra said in an interview with Telex.

Hungary, European Democracy, and the Rule of Law in the Age of Geopolitics

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.

Friends Like These: Ireland, Britain and the EU Post-Brexit

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.