Comparing Strategies of (De)Politicisation in Europe. Governance, Resistance and Anti-politics

June 21, 2018

CPS research fellow Pinar Donmez is one of the editors of the new Palgrave book considering depoliticisation from a comparative perspective, particularly focusing on cases from continental European countries. It investigates how depoliticisation is received by those at which it is aimed, as well as how it is put in to practice, also promotes an interdisciplinary conversation to define depoliticisation as a dynamic and interactive process between government elites and societal groups/movements.

Statement of support to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

June 20, 2018

On behalf of our research center and all our colleagues we express our outrage at the vicious attacks on fellow staff at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Magyar Tudományos Akadémia - MTA). We stand in support of academic freedom, independent critical scientific inquiry, and freedom of thought. We also stand in solidarity with our colleagues and friends who were singled out and maliciously attacked, and we vow to continue our long-standing collaboration.

Policy and politics in times of crisis – call to develop post-doc fellowship proposals

The Center for Policy Studies at Central European University (Budapest, Hungary) is searching for an experienced researcher of any nationality interested in developing a collaborative MSCA Individual Fellowship application within the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 scheme.

Varieties of Opposition to Gender Equality in Europe

May 25, 2018

An edited volume has been published on opposition to gender equality by Routledge, the book is edited by Mieke Verloo, with contributions from many well-known scholars, including Andrea Krizsan from CEU Center for Policy Studies.