The Reducing Early School Leaving in the EU (RESL.eu) research project was launched with the participation of the Center for Policy Studies. The project aims to provide insights into the mechanisms and processes that influence a student’s decision to leave school or training early; as well as into the decision of school leavers to enroll in alternative learning arena’s unrelated to a regular school.
A Hungarian Country Specific Policy Brief on tolerance and diversity in political life was published within the ACCEPT PLURALISM project with the title of 'The Rise of the Extreme Right in Hungary and the Roma Question: The radicalization of media discourse' (Zsuzsanna Vidra, Jon Fox).
The Marie Curie Road Show aims at encouraging European researchers to move within different high quality host institutions in Europe by making them mobile via Marie Curie Individual Actions 2013 calls.
On March 13th, 2013, CPS organized a press briefing with the aim of sharing the findings of the research carried out in the past year in the project entitled: Official Development Assistance (ODA) in the New Member States: Trade Regimes, the Private Sector and the Civil Society as Development Actors.
At the invitation of the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA), CPS researchers Attila Bartha and Márton Leiszen presented the main findings of the research "Official Development Assistance (ODA) and the role of the private sector as a development actor in Hungary"