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MOOC: Dangerous Questions: Why Academic Freedom Matters

May 7, 2018

Academic freedom is a fundamental value in modern higher education and research. On this course, you'll find out how we can use academic freedom to ask critical questions and contribute to a democratic society. You'll explore the importance of free and open research, and how it relates to core higher education and societal values. You'll understand why academic freedom is crucial for maintaining the quality and relevance of research in higher education. You'll learn about some of the current threats to academic freedom, and how this relates to the academic community worldwide.

Call for volunteers: Ambedkar English Tutoring

May 4, 2018

The Central European University Human Rights Initiative (CEU HRSI) is looking for dedicated volunteers to participate in an English Tutoring program for students of the Ambedkar Secondary School at CEU. The dates of the last three sessions in AY 2017/18 are: April 20, May 11, and June 15.

CEU/HESP Faculty Development Fellowship 2018-19

Central European University invites applications for its Faculty Development Fellowship program for the Winter and Spring terms of the academic year 2018-19.

The Visiting Fellowship Program supports collaborations and linkages between CEU departments and research centers and individual scholars and academic centers at partner universities that stimulate research and curriculum innovation across a wide range of disciplines in the social sciences and humanities focusing on the following subjects and themes:

Stopping Rape - rereleased as open access ebook!

April 26, 2018

The book Stopping Rape: Towards a Comprehensive Policy, first published in 2015, has been relaunched today as an Open Access eBook and can be read for free here: www.oapen.org/record/648060

Call for Papers: The financialization of housing in the semi-periphery

April 25, 2018

A workshop will be organized by the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology of the Central European University (CEU) in collaboration with the Budapest based Collective for Critical Urban Research (CCUR) at CEU between July 20-22, 2018.

Partners: the European Action Coalition for the Right to Housing, and the “Housing, social mobilizations and urban governance in Central and Eastern Europe” research project of Gothenburg University.