Tag: Central European University
The level of Internet freedom is high in the Visegrad Four, but there are big differences in terms of rights of freedom of expression, level of surveillance of online activity by police and intelligence agencies, and how the Internet is governed, according to a PASOS project report.
This Center for Policy Studies report explores the key factors perpetuating Roma marginalization at the municipal and community level in three countries of Central and Eastern Europe: Hungary, Romania and Serbia.
This Center for Policy Studies paper introduces some of the main controversies educational administration policies in Hungary.
This June 20 Center for Policy Studies at Central European University workshop will explore the consequences of legislative changes in Hungarian social aid regulation since January 2012.
The Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies in Minsk has announced plans to award in 2013 the first Vitali Silitski Prize “For Contribution to the Promotion of Political Thought in Belarus.”
The Department Of Public Policy at Central European University in Budapest has announced a call for applications for the academic year 2013/2014.
The Erasmus Mundus Masters Program in Public Policy (Mundus MAPP) is seeking outstanding third-country scholars who are interested in contributing to the study program and strengthening academic partnerships with the Consortium.