On April 10, 2017, President of the Republic of Hungary Janos Ader signed into law amendments to Hungary’s national higher education legislation which restrict academic freedom for CEU and other international universities operating in Hungary.
CEU strongly disagrees with this decision and, accordingly, continues to pursue all available legal remedies. Further, CEU calls on the Hungarian government to display the “mutual good will” called for by President Ader to find a solution to enable CEU to stay in Budapest.
We remain deeply grateful to the thousands of supporters whose vigorous defense of free inquiry, free exchange of knowledge, and free institutions of learning continues to encourage us. CEU will maintain the continuity of its teaching and research, its degree programs, and its service to the community, without interruption.
We will continue to keep you updated on future outreach and encourage you to:
- Join our Thunderclap campaign
- Write to EU and US leaders
- Add your name in solidarity and stay updated
- Sign the Change.org petition
- Share your solidarity on social media using #istandwithCEU
- Use the #istandwithCEU profile picture found on CEU's Facebook page
- Send suggestions or notifications of support to: Support_for_CEU@ceu.edu