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.

A capacity-building opportunity for trade unions? Helyi szakszervezeti kapacitásépítési lehetőség

A policy paper has been published in English and in Hungarian by CPS researchers Tibor T. Meszmann, Olena Fedyuk and Violetta Zentai by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Budapest Office. The paper is one of the results of the two-phase reserach project on local industrial relations in the Hungarian automotive industry.

From landing to arrival. The subtle integration of immigrants across Western Europe

June 16, 2020

CPS researcher Vera Messing, together with Bence Sagvari, research fellow at the Institute for Sociology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, just published a study based on data from the European Social Survey (ESS).

The preconditions of institutional change in schools

A literature review has been published by CPS researcher Agnes Kende in the frame of the Future Challenges to Education Systems in Central Eastern European Context (EDUC) project.

EDUC is an OSF/ESP funded two-year long comparative research project, focusing on the adaptability of education systems determined by the interplay between governance and the institutional operation of schools in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Serbia and Romania.