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International Master of Science in Social Policy Analysis (IMPALLA)

IMPALLA is a Master program that gives talented students the opportunity of deepening both their theoretical and empirical knowledge in Social Policy Analysis.

Not for Sale - Joining Forces Against Trafficking in Human Beings

CPS research fellow Kiril Sharapov participated in the "Not for Sale - Joining Forces Against Trafficking in Human Beings", an OSCE/Council of Europe conference organized on Feb 17-18 in Vienna, Austria.

Young Public Policy Makers Jamboree "Living out of stereotypes"

The Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe (NISPAcee) is organizing a 3-day jamboree to initiate and encourage cooperation and networking, and to find a new informal way of thinking for young public policy professionals and future policy makers in the V4 region.

Participation in ASSESS Research Project

The Center for Policy Studies (CPS) participates in ASSESS Research Project (Assessing Integration Measures for Vulnerable Migrant Groups) which monitors and assesses the effectiveness of integration measures for three vulnerable migrant groups – women, children and victims of trafficking.

Contested migration regimes: European perspectives and beyond

The Research Network 35 "Sociology of Migration" is now announcing its second mid-term conference, to be held from 13 to 14 November 2014 at Goethe University Frankfurt.

Rethinking Roma migration in the light of recent flow of refugees to Canada from three Central Eastern European countries: The Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia

CPS Research Fellow Zsuzsanna Vidra published an article about the research results of a pilot project on the (forced) migration of Roma in the International Journal of Arts & Sciences. 

Interview with CPS Research Fellow Attila Bartha in the latest issue of "VOLUMEN – European Union and International Development" Newsletter

"VOLUMEN – European Union and International Development" is a newsletter discussing issues of international development in the context of current international and national politics.

In the interview Attila Bartha speaks about the Hungarian companies’ chances and presence in international development (page 13).

Social boundaries of work. Changes in the sphere of work in the 21st century capitalism

The Sociology of Work Section of the Polish Sociological Association and the Institute of Sociology, University of Wrocław in cooperation with the Students' Circle for Social Initiatives, University of Wroclaw and the Wroclaw Branch of the Polish Sociological Association invite paper proposals for the international conference to be held in Wroclaw between November 14-15, 2014.

Explaining Success and Failure in Welfare Policy Changes in Europe: Governance, Trust and Legitimacy

CPS Research Fellow Attila Bartha has recently published an article in the International Journal of Arts & Sciences.

An option of last resort? Migration of Roma and non-Roma from CEE countries

The authors of the recently published UNDP paper "An option of last resort? Migration of Roma and non-Roma from CEE countries" used a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods for breaking the myths about Roma migration.