Whither Poland? After the 2019 parliamentary elections

A blog post authored by CPS researcher Michael Zeller has been published recently on openDemocracy about the parliamentary elections in Poland.

"The 2020 Presidential election will be the first indicator of how the Polish electorate is responding to the work of the second PiS government."

Regional Economic Development and History

CPS research affiliate Sara Svensson and Marijn Molema (Frisian Institute of Social Research) are the co-editors of the book published by Routledge 'Regional Economic Development and History'.

Did the Hungarian local elections break polarisation and extremism?

A blog post authored by CPS researcher Zsuzsanna Vidra was published on openDemocracy last week with the subtitle 'Hungary’s recent elections mark a breakthrough: the paralysing myth of Fidesz’s invincibility has been shattered.'

Former CPS researcher Sharapov co-edits Anti-Trafficking Review

October 30, 2019

Former CEU Center for Policy Studies Marie Curie individual fellow Kiril Sharapov co-edits an issue of the Anti-Trafficking Review journal with an Editorial: Knowledge is Power, Ignorance is Bliss: Public perceptions and responses to human trafficking. The journal also includes an article by Sharapov "Public Understanding of Trafficking in Human Beings in Great Britain, Hungary and Ukraine" based on his work at CEU CPS on the UPKAT resea

Civil society groups: Romania’s Roma Strategy

October 24, 2019

The recently-released second Roma Civil Monitor (RCM) report on the implementation of Romania’s National Roma Integration Strategy (NRIS) has found that while both pro-Roma and Roma NGOs have been advocating for affirmative action to be taken by the Romanian state with respect to Roma jobseekers – along the lines of the disability quota introduced in 2006 – no such affirmative action measures have been implemented yet.