CPS seminar: Presentation on the Hungarian border spectacle and experiences from a knowledge exchange in Brazil
Experts from the Center for Policy Studies-Central European University made presentations at a recent public seminar.
Is ethnicity a meaningful category of employment policies for Roma? A comparative case study of Hungary and Spain
This Center for Policy Studies paper considers the potential of active labour market policies (LMP) to reach out to unemployed Roma populations in Hungary and in Spain.
Written by CPS-CEU Research Associate Stefano Piemontese, this article examines the politics of Roma ethnicity by giving a concise, yet comprehensive, overview of how recent Roma migrations from EU Member States to Spain can be understood and analyzed.
The Center for Policy Studies at Central European University (CPS-CEU) is part of a consortium that has been awarded a grant to study the impact of the European Union’s cohesion program.
A program launched by the Center for Policy Studies (CPS) at Central European University (CEU) is designed to help young Roma intellectuals build their professional skills and promote their engagement in public affairs.
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.
Center for Public Research researcher Julia Szalai has been awarded the 2015 Polanyi Prize by the Hungarian Sociological Association for her work on two books, one about Roma marginalization and one comparing three groups of youth populations in Europe.