CEU CPS research fellow, Celine Cantat, published a paper that reflects on the politics of spectacularisation that underpin the government of migrants and refugees by Hungarian authorities and on the extent to which solidarity initiatives with migrants and refugees can challenge dominant anti-migrant narratives in the country.
Celine Cantat, Research Fellow at the Center for Policy Studies and Academic Program Manager at the OLIve-Open Learning Initiative, has been awarded a European Commission Marie-Curie Fellowship for research on refugee solidarity and acts of citizenship along the Balkan Route.
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.