The Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, with great concern, has followed
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We strongly urge the Hungarian government and the Hungarian Parliament to take every possible measure to ensure that CEU will be able in the future to continue and to develop its activities in Buda
As concerned citizens in the Czech Republic, Europe, and around the world, we are writing to express solidarity with Central European University and express concern at proposed legislative changes
In my name and in the name of my colleagues at the Institute of Austrian Historical Research (Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung) at the University of Vienna, as concerned citizens an
The Institute for Education at the University of Zurich has sent a letter of support to President Ader to stand up for CEU.
Read the full letter at the link below.
Pedro Aires Oliveira, chairman of the Instituto de História Contemporânea (IHC), sent a letter to Hungarian Minister Zoltan Balog, where he affirms the IHC's solidarity with his colleagues at the U
Our Association, CISUECO (the Inter-University Centre for Hungarian Studies and studies on Central-Oriental Europe), which includes almost every fellow, lecturer and professor of Hungarian Language
Since its founding, the Department of Medieval Studies, as a centre of study, has bridged the cultures of Eastern, Central, and Western Europe.
On behalf of the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life at Brandeis University in the United States, I write to express urgent concern about the recent modifications to the Nation
CEU is a valued member of the international academic community and its presence in Hungary has added to the reputation of Hungarian academic life on the international stage.