Organized by the Roma Initiatives Office and the Think Tank Fund, this program supports young Roma MA and PhD graduates in social sciences and humanities to develop new skills under the guidance of experienced research staff at mainstream think tanks.
A joint initiative of the United Nations Development Programme Bratislava Regional Center, the Roma Initiatives Office and the Making the Most of EU Funds for Roma Inclusion program of the Open Society Foundations, and the Central European University/Center for Policy Studies.
The Gender Equality Index, launched on 13 June 2013 during a high-level conference in Brussels, will become one of the milestones of the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), the knowledge centre on gender issues in the EU.
The ACCEPT PLURALISM project published 15 Country Synthesis Reports presenting the final empirical and theoretical findings of the project on each country, including Hungary with the title of 'New knowledge about Hungary' (Zsuzsanna Vidra, Jon Fox, Anikó Horváth).
The ACCEPT PLURALISM project created a tool for assessing the levels of intolerance, tolerance and/or acceptance of cultural, ethnic and religious diversity in European societies. On the basis of the findings from the national case studies and the comparison among them, a set of qualitative tolerance indicators have been developed that seek to translate into assessment of Low / Medium / High the presence or absence of specific features in a country’s policies, practices and discourses.
As a result of the press briefing held at CEU on March 13, 2013, CPS’s research on international development has been referenced in a number of media outlets, among which HVG.hu, Origo.hu and Népszabadság.