Romákkal beszélgetve a médiáról: ellenállni a hatalom értelmezésének // Conversation with Roma communities on media-image: Resisting the interpretation of power

July 13, 2017

CPS research fellow Vera Messing recently published an article together with Gabor Bernath on how the media representation of Roma in Hungary is perceived by the Roma themselves.

Invisible Denizens: Migrant Night Shift Workers’ Fragile Possibilities for Solidarity in the Post-Circadian Capitalist Era

July 3, 2017

Iulius-Cezar Macarie, research affiliate at the Center for Policy Studies, published a paper on London’s New Spitalfields market night shift workers' weak possibilities for solidarity and alienation from the mainstream, diurnal society.

The Hungarian border spectacle: Migration, repression and solidarity in two Hungarian border cities

June 19, 2017

CEU CPS research fellow, Celine Cantat, published a paper that reflects on the politics of spectacularisation that underpin the government of migrants and refugees by Hungarian authorities and on the extent to which solidarity initiatives with migrants and refugees can challenge dominant anti-migrant narratives in the country.

The impact of the economic crisis on latent and early entrepreneurship in Europe

June 13, 2017

CEU CPS research fellow, Dragos Adascalitei, together with Federico Vegetti, just published a piece in the International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal.

Solidarity in the housing sector: civic responses to homelessness and housing poverty in Hungary

May 26, 2017

A new working paper has been published by Sara Svensson, Peter Balogh and Andrew Cartwright in the frame of the SOLIDUS project on homelessness and housing poverty in Hungary.