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MigSol is a 24-month research project that examines solidarity with and by migrants and refugees along the Balkan route. MigSol relies on ethnographic fieldwork with selected pro-refugee and refugee-led groups in Greece, Serbia, and Hungary.
This study explores the mechanisms of three forms of child trafficking in Hungary – begging, pickpocketing and sexual exploitation of children – by focusing on Roma victims.
The aim of this edited volume is to explore and understand the influence of women's movement mobilization on domestic violence policy change in Central and Eastern Europe.
The research endeavor explored the key factors perpetuating Roma marginalization at the municipal and community level in three countries of Central and Eastern Europe: Hungary, Romania and Serbia.
December 12, 2017
Video: Do we see backsliding in corruption and corruption control in the European Union?
December 6, 2017
Blog: Children in Hungarian state care: A blessing or a curse?
December 4, 2017
Video: Political Leadership, National Politics, and Transboundary Crisis Management
November 30, 2017
New publication: Cohesion Policy and Perceptions of the European Union in Hungary
November 29, 2017
New publication @ Routledge: The Gender Politics of Domestic Violence
CPS Seminar: TROPICO - Institutional drivers for collaborative governance
Agnes Batory, Sara Svensson
CPS Seminar: Race, Ethnicity and Language in Education. Experiences from Stanford University
Agnes Kende, Vera Messing
Agnes Batory (Central European University) - TransCrisis 2017
Video of Agnes Batory (Central European University) - TransCrisis 2017
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