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Career guidance inequalities in the context of labour shortage. The case of Roma young people in Hungary

Abel Beremenyi, Marie S. Curie Individual Fellow at CPS, published a working paper on career guidance inequalities in the framework of his research project 'NGOization of school-to-work transition among Roma youth (NGOST)' .

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Call for postdoctoral fellow: Democracy in History Workgroup, CEU Democracy Institute

December 9, 2020

The newly formed Democracy Institute at the Central European University invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow position within its working group focusing on the historical dimensions of the contestation of democracy and the role of historical knowledge in and for open society.

Why do Roma children have a more difficult life?

December 2, 2020

An animated film about the systemic racism against the Roma in Hungary (inspired by an American viral video about systemic racism that reached millions of views) puts the social exclusion of the Roma people in historical context.

New book: A nem polgárosuló középosztály

November 30, 2020

CPS research affiliate Julia Szalai has just published a book with the title 'A nem polgárosuló középosztály' (available only in Hungarian) at the Balassi Kiadó.

The book launch discussion is available online on the publisher's Facebook page here.

About the book

Messing and Sagvari awarded Polanyi Prize

November 26, 2020

Our colleagues, Vera Messing and Bence Sagvari, together with David Simon (ELTE Faculty of Social Sciences) received the Polanyi prize this year for their publication entitled Methodological Challenges in Cross-comparative Surveys: The Case of Understanding Attitudes towards Democracy in Hungary: https://intersections.tk.mta.hu/…/intersec…/article/view/530.