Human Resources and Change Management Workshop

Human RightS Initiative and Cultural Heritage Studies Program welcome applications for a one-day workshop on human resources in the public and non-profit sector. The workshop will focus on providing general understanding in approaching HR as a strategic area of any organization, and developing skills and competences in the field.


The workshop will take place on Saturday, 24th of February, 10 AM – 6PM



Migrants’ Integration Experiences in Hungary and Their Institutional-Political Context II. Current Developments

MiRG invites you to second part of the presentation of the recently published report on Migrants’ Integration Experiences in Hungary and Their Institutional-Political Context in the framework of  the RISK CHANGE – international collaboration project.

RC's aim is to increase transnational mobility, audience development, digitalization and new sustainable models, on Thursday 22nd we will see whether these are reasonable expectations given the current conditions we face in Hungary and if so, what are the steps to take forward.

The Soviet Revolution of 1905–1945 in the Long View of Social Evolution

Last year marked two politically awkward anniversaries: 100 years since the 1917 Petrograd ‘days that shook the world’ and 500 years since Martin Luther’s launching the Protestant Reformation. In the long perspective of the social evolution of human societies both events marked dramatic reversals in the structures of domination.

After ICTY: Prospects for Reconciliation and Transitional Justice in the Post-Yugoslav Region

In December 2017, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) completed its primary task of prosecuting crimes committed during the 1992-1995 Yugoslav wars. Hardly any of its decisions passed without controversies. Dissatisfaction with and public denials of the last ICTY verdicts, can be seen, however, as indication that the prosecution of war crimes left many questions regarding the establishment of transitional justice in the post-Yugoslav region still open.

Navigating the Russian Legal System on the Black Sea in the 19th Century

The legal regime constructed by the Russian Empire on the Black Sea in the first half of the nineteenth century had its origins in the Eastern Mediterranean, in what I call the Russian Empire’s “Mediterranean Moment.” The Russian Empire’s Mediterranean moment lasted for about twenty-five years from the end of the eighteenth to the early nineteenth century. During this momentous quarter-century spanning the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars the Russian Empire established an assertive and confident maritime posture, which carried over to the Black Sea’s own network of legal institutions.


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