The current issue of Governance, a leading public policy journal, features an article by Agnes Batory on "Political cycles and organisational life cycles: Delegation to anti-corruption agencies in Central Europe". The article explores the politics of anti-corruption reforms in three 'new' EU member states, Latvia, Poland and Slovenia.
European countries strive toward equality, protecting citizens against discrimination by race, gender, age, disability, religion and sexual orientation. But what about Roma women? Disabled migrants? Elderly Muslims? People who belong to more than one disadvantaged group have a different experience, requiring special attention, according to Andrea Krizsan, research fellow at CEU’s Center for Policy Studies.
Revealed by the Commission on 14/09, a new report entitled "Mind the Gap - Education inequality across EU regions" highlights significant disparities in education opportunities and results across - and within - Member States.
Two publications on cross-border cooperation at the Hungarian-Slovak border have been published by Sara Svensson (PhD supervisee of CPS research fellow Andrew Cartwright), and Gergo Medve-Balint (formerly affiliated with CPS in the projects "Aging Populations and Land use in Rural Europe" and "Return to Europe - Reflections after 20 years of democratic renewal").