CPS Research Fellow Dragos Adascalitei was one of the speakers of the “Careers in research: panel discussion with CEU alumni in international careers” that took place at CEU on May 23rd and was organized by the Alumni Relations and Career Services.
Over the past years, Hungary has often received negative press coverage in Swedish media, most often in connection with migration policy and different Swedish and Hungarian positions on this and other issues in the European Union.
On May 9 the INTEGRIM Junior Research Fellows Stefano Piemontese and Tina Magazzini held an interesting seminar on different possible angles to look at the under-researched concept of ‘Roma westward migration’ and discussed it both as a helpful bridge between the two disciplines of migration and diversity management, as well as a way to raise methodological and ethical concerns of researchers working on this topic.
The current call for proposals aims to involve 90 diverse NGOs from 27 EU member states for active participation in capacity building activities and in monitoring the implementation of the national Roma integration strategies (NRIS) in the next two to three years.
A new working paper has been published by CPS researchers focusing on how communities and administrations at the sub-national level responded to the huge number of refugees and migants arriving to Hungary in 2015.