Publications

Countering Islamophobia in Europe

A Palgrave edited volume has been published based on the research conducted in the 'Countering Islamophobia through the Development of Best Practice in the use of Counter-Narratives in EU Member States' project. Editors are Ian Law, Amina Easat-Daas, Arzu Merali and Salman Sayyid, all of them were part of the University of Leeds Team of the project.  The Hungarian chapter is written by CPS researcher Zsuzsanna Vidra.

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Full reports available on the impact of the Bridge to Business programme

The two final reports of the Bridge to business project (Bridging Young Roma and Business: Intervention for inclusion of Roma youth through employment in the private sector in Bulgaria and Hungary) have been published recently by CPS researchers Vera Messing and Zsuzsanna Arendas.

Summary reports on Bridge to Business project participants and partner companies

Two summaries have been published recenty by CPS researchers Vera Messing and Zsuzsanna Arendas, the papers were prepared in frame of the Bridge to Businnes project (Bridging Young Roma and Business: Intervention for inclusion of Roma youth through employment in the private sector in Bulgaria and Hungary).

Regulating Collaboration: The Legal Framework of Collaborative Governance in Ten European Countries

A new open access article has been published in the framework of the TROPICO project (Transforming into Open, Innovative and Collaborative Governments), authors are CEU CPS researchers Agnes Batory and Sara Svensson. The article is published in the International Journal of Public Administration (Taylor and Francis Online).

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New CPS ebook: Challenging the Political Across Borders: Migrants’ and Solidarity Struggles

August 30, 2019

The latest addition to the CPS Book series is a collection of work from a range of academics and activists engaged in border and migration struggles. Edited by four CEU researchers: Tegiye Birey (Department of Gender Studies), Celine Cantat (Center for Policy Studies), Ewa Maczynska and Eda Sevenin (Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations).