New publication: Child Trafficking in Hungary. Sexual Exploitation, Forced Begging and Pickpocketing

A new bilingual book has been published by CEU CPS on child trafficking in Hungary summarizing the research findings of the CONFRONT project.

Poverty in Hungary

CPS Researcher Vera Messing was invited to the TV program 'Magyarul Baloval' to talk about poverty in Hungary.

Social boundaries of work. The varieties of informal work in contemporary societies

The 2nd Social boundaries of work conference will take place at the University of Zielona Gora between 12-13 November 2015.

New reports in English and Hungarian: Assessing Integration Measures for Vulnerable Migrant Groups

National reports about the situation in Hungary have been published in the framework of the ASSESS research project, available in both English and Hungarian.

New publication: Mobilizing for Policy Change: Women's Movements in Central and Eastern European Domestic Violence Policy Struggles

A new e-book on women's movements edited by Andrea Krizsan has been published by CEU CPS.

World Employment and Social Outlook: The Changing Nature of Jobs

CPS Junior Research Fellow Dragos Adascalitei contributed to the empirical analysis in Chapter 4 in the International Labour Organization's flagship report for 2015.

Final Report: Assessing the Integration of Vulnerable Migrant Groups in Ten EU Member States

Final report has been published in the frame of the second phase of the ASSESS research project.

Post-crisis transformations in governing Hungary and Turkey: challenging particularist perspectives

CPS Research Fellow Pinar Donmez is presenting her working paper co-authored with Eva Zemnadl at the conference 'Hungarian Particularism in the European Union: Politico-Legal Perspectives'. 

'Vulnerability of Roma' in Policy Discourse on Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings in Serbia: Perspectives of the National Policy Actors

CPS Junior Research Fellow Jelena Jovanovic has just published a working paper on her latest research results.

ASSESS: Compendium of Promising Practices

A Compendium of Promising Practices – identifying and showcasing a series of promising practices in the field of different migration patterns, regimes and experiences across the participating countries – was produced in the framework of the ASSESS project.