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Call for Junior Researchers: Mapping School Networks in Europe

The Education Support Program of the Open Society Foundations seeks the support up to six junior researchers to collect Comenius Programme selection results data from country managing authorities.

UNDP/World Bank/EC regional Roma survey 2011

UNDP Bratislava Regional Centre released the results of the UNDP/World Bank/EC regional Roma survey 2011.

DPP Faculty Member Agnes Batory publishes article on anti-corruption agencies in Governance

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.

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6th EU Anti-Trafficking Day-Working together towards the eradication of trafficking in human beings: The Way Forward

To mark the 6th EU Anti-Trafficking Day, the Cyprus EU Presidency and the European Commission are organising a high level conference in Brussels on 18 October 2012.

EU-Funded Research Supports Policy Learning on Employment

A new report synthesizing findings from 17 EU-funded research projects encourages Member States to learn from each other's employment policies.

Protecting the Rights of People at the Crossroads

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.

Roma Education at a Glance 2012: Europe’s Failure Is Europe’s Shame

The European Roma Policy Coalition calls on European governments to make a firm and unambiguous commitment to end school segregation.

The Tragedy of the European Union and How to Resolve It

George Soros published an article 'The Tragedy of the European Union and How to Resolve It' in the New York Review of Books in September 2012.

Call for papers: NISPAcee Annual Conference 2013

The 21st NISPAcee Annual Conference "Regionalisation and Inter-regional Cooperation" will be held between May 16-18, 2013 in Belgrade, Serbia.