Welcome to CPS

Welcome to CPS

The Center for Policy Studies (CPS) is dedicated to improving the quality of governance in the region by the provision of independent public policy analysis and advice. The center is committed to strengthening local capacity for critical policy analysis and pursues research and publication that is interdisciplinary and carried out with partners in the global policy community, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union

News

Gyermekkereskedelem Magyarországon - Az áldozat nem tesz feljelentést

The Hungarian weekly 168 Óra published an interview online and in hard copy with CPS Research Fellows Zsuzsanna Vidra and Viktoria Sebhelyi on the preliminary findings of the CONFRONT project.

Understanding Public Knowledge and Attitudes towards Trafficking in Human Beings

CPS Marie-Curie Research Fellow Kiril Sharapov published Part 1 of the research paper highlighting differences in the levels of awareness of human trafficking among the general public in Great Britain, Ukraine, and Hungary.

VIII International Conference on Migration

The VIII International Conference on Migration organized by the Migration Institute of the University of Granada will be held in Granada between 16-18 September 2015.

Events

Tuesday, 4 November, 2014 - 17:30 - 19:00
Lecture
Petra Baji (Corvinus University of Budapest, Maastricht University)
Nador u. 11
Room: 
TIGY
Wednesday, 15 October, 2014 - 09:00 - 12:20
Roundtable
Zsuzsanna Árendás (CEU CPS)
Dickmann Ádám (KSH)
Hárs Ágnes (TÁRKI-Kopint)
Kovács Ildikó (BM)
Kováts András (MTA TK, Menedék Egyesület)
Sik Endre (TÁRKI)
Simonovits Bori (TÁRKI)
Vadasi Vivien (BM)
Várhalmi Zoltán (ICCR)
Nador u. 11
Room: 
TIGY (006)

Featured Video

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In this featured video CPS research fellow, Iulius-Cezar Macarie, talks about his doctoral research within the INTEGRIM Marie-Curie Network that focuses on Romanian and Turkish migrant workers in London's night economy; the interview also offers snapshots from the 'Invisible Lives' documentary (short film by Cezar and Tim Marrinan, June 2013, UK)