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Terms of Engagement: How social movements influence government policy in a one-party state

July 5, 2019

Caitlin Wyndham, Phd candidate at the CEU Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations, has successfully defended her dissertation titled “Terms of Engagement: How social movements influence government policy in a one-party state”. Her supervisor was Violetta Zentai, CPS co-director and research fellow.

National consultations: A mix of old and new technology in Hungary

A new TROPICO project brief is posted by CPS researchers Agnes Batory and Sara Svensson about the Hungarian National Consultation.

Hungarian Free Press reviews our recent paper on participatory governance by populist governments

June 25, 2019
CEU Center for Policy Studies researchers Sara Svensson's and Agnes Batory's recent paper “The use and abuse of participatory governance by populist governments" is reviewed by Hungarian Free Press: "The authors inject a dose of healthy skepticism into the debate about consultations to show that there are circumstances in which public consultations will achieve anything but greater legitimacy and

Book review: The Romani Women’s Movement: Struggles and Debates in Central and Eastern Europe

June 12, 2019

The CEU CPS Routledge publication 'The Romani Women's Movement: Struggles and Debates in Central and Eastern Europe' has its first book review at the International Feminist Journal of Politics by Marta Kowalewska from the University of Edinburgh.