Mobilizing for Policy Change: Women’s Movements in Central and Eastern European Domestic Violence Policy Struggles
This Center for Policy Studies volume explores the influence of women’s mobilization movements on domestic violence policy change in Central and Eastern Europe.
The percentage of Czechs who say joining the EU has brought more losses than benefits outnumbers those who say EU membership has made things better, according to the results of a public-opinion survey conducted as part of a PASOS project.
The European Institute is part of a group of research institutes that have launched EUvox2014, an online tool that help voters identify which parties with candidates running for the European Parliament most closely align with their views and values.
Written by Center for Policy Studies researcher Vera Messing for the EU’s NEUJOBS project, this policy brief summarises the outcome of the research conducted over an 18-month period on Roma employment and labour market policies aimed at the Roma unemployed in five EU member states.
Serbs have failed to remember their European foundations because of the country’s recent troubled history, according to members of a citizens’ taskforce organized by the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies for a PASOS project on popular participation in EU policymaking.
From benefits to brooms: Case study reports on the implementation of active labour market policies for Roma at local level
Edited by Vera Messing, a research fellow with CPS-CEU, this paper summarises research conducted in five European countries on access to employment for Roma with low levels of education, and policies supporting their inclusion in the labour market.
Czechs hold the most pessimistic view of EU membership among a group of four European Union new-member states, while Poles have the most positive views of joining the union, according to the results of public-opinion surveys conducted as part of a PASOS project.