The connotations of collaboration: European linguistic and scholarly perspectives on collaborative governance

A new working paper has been pubished on collaborative governance by CPS research fellow Sara Svensson in the Tropico project.

Roma Civil Monitor: all country reports and a synthesis report are published for 2017

February 11, 2019

The CEU Center for Policy Studies Roma Civil Monitor initiative has published the packet of 27 country reports and a synthesis report about the implementation of the national Roma integration strategies in fields of governance, anti-discrimination and fight against antigypsyism (and in five countries with the largest Roma communities also on the impact of the mainstream education on Roma) across EU.

One Question: Open Borders

February 1, 2019

CPS Researcher Celine Cantat is among the leading thinkers who were asked by the State of nature blog to answer briefly the question of the month:  What is the Left case for open borders?

Responses were also given by:

A social economy without civil society? New article reviews the Hungarian experience

January 31, 2019

In a new article published in the journal Intersections, CPS Affiliate Researcher Julia Szalai and CPS Research Fellow Sara Svensson use conceptual and empirical material derived from the SOLIDUS project to take a long-term look at the development of civil society in Hungary and what it means for the potential of growth in the social economy sector in line with European policy strategies.

Spring School ‘Vulnerable groups on the labour market’

January 29, 2019

The Spring School is organized by the AISSR, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands between 1-5 April 2019.

General information

The Spring School will combine lessons on substantive topics in the mornings with methodological workshops in quantitative methods in the afternoons. Participants will be encouraged to present their own research to receive feedback from senior researchers. The Spring School targets early career scholars (PhD students/postdocs/early-stage researchers) with basic (multivariate regression) or advanced quantitative training.