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)' .


The Frontier within: The European Border Regime in the Balkans

September 24, 2020

On the fifth anniversary of an unprecedented break through the restrictive and repressive European border control regime, movements: Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies prepared a special issue dedicated to the historical rupture of the months of 2015 and 2016 and the ongoing developments of bordering policies and the struggles of migration.

A free lunch from the EU? Public perceptions of corruption in cohesion policy expenditure in post-communist EU member states

August 12, 2020

CPS researcher Agnes Batory published an article at Taylor & Francis Online focusing on popular narratives of corruption and abuse in the allocation of the European Structural and Investment Funds.

Karlsruhe’s ‘giving fences’: mobilisation for the needy in times of COVID-19

July 13, 2020

CPS researcher Michael Zeller published a movement report in the Solidarity and mutual aid section of the latest issue of Interface - a journal for and about social movements.


Democratic backsliding and the backlash against women’s rights: Understanding the current challenges for feminist politics

June 22, 2020

The background paper is published by Conny Roggeband and Andrea Krizsan, prepared for the Expert Group Meeting on the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Platform for Action, to inform the 64th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women.