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A free lunch from the EU? Public perceptions of corruption in cohesion policy expenditure in post-communist EU member states

August 12, 2020

CPS researcher Agnes Batory published an article at Taylor & Francis Online focusing on popular narratives of corruption and abuse in the allocation of the European Structural and Investment Funds.

Call for Papers: Resilience and Resistance in Illiberal Regimes

August 7, 2020

Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics (IEEJSP) invites original research papers for its thematic issue on Resilience and Resistance in Illiberal Regimes: Practices Supporting Vulnerable Groups (edited by Zsuzsanna Vidra, CEU Center for Policy Studies and ELTE PPK IIPE and Michael C. Zeller, CEU Center for Policy Studies and Department of Political Science).

Roma Civil Monitor project’s final cycle finds rule of law endangered by poor implementation of integration policy

Sizeable discrepancies between the EU Member States’ declared policies on Roma integration and how those policies are implemented in practice is grounds for serious concern as they represent the main obstacle for successful inclusion of Roma and their participation in the society.

Karlsruhe’s ‘giving fences’: mobilisation for the needy in times of COVID-19

July 13, 2020

CPS researcher Michael Zeller published a movement report in the Solidarity and mutual aid section of the latest issue of Interface - a journal for and about social movements.

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Call for Papers: Graduate Student Award Competition

July 1, 2020

Center for Policy Studies (CPS) invites recent graduates and continuing students to reflect, analyze and to share innovative ideas on topics related to the civil society voice and participation in shaping Roma equality policies with special attention to civil society monitoring mechanisms.