http://mno.hu/grund/a-nagyasszonyok-a-hatterbol-mozgattak-a-szalakat-1259549 - Hungarian news portal mno.hu reports: Associate Professor in the Department of Gender Studies at CEU Andrea Peto moderated the discussion at the book launch event of Hungarian writer Zsolna Ugron.
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1036050-nok-a-szelsojobboldalon-nem-babok-onallo-politikai-aktorok/ - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu carries a full-page interview with Andrea Peto, associate professor at CEU’s Department of Gender Studies. According to Peto, the attitude of the new extreme-right parties is much more open toward women’s political participation then that of the left-of-center parties.
http://magyarnarancs.hu/belpol/nyavalygas-helyett-batorsag-konferencia-a-nok-politikai-reszvetelerol-92029 - Hungarian news portal magyarnarancs.hu reports: A recent conference tried to answer the following questions: Whose responsibility is it that there are few women in politics? Why hasn’t Hungary made progress over the past 25 years regarding women, and what did the parties do wrong?
http://mno.hu/hirtv/dolgozo-nok-a-kadar-rendszerben-retrograd-kedd-2230-1242892 - Hungarian national news television, Hir TV talk show on history discussed the roles and life of women during communism, more explicitly in the Kadar Regime,with guests CEU Associate Professor Andrea Peto of the Department of Gender Studies and historian Eszter Zsofia Toth.
The interview, which was broadcast four times, is available in Hungarian at the above link.
Hungarian weekly Elet es Irodalom (ES) mentions the June 10 conference at CEU “The Future of Holocaust Memorialization: Confronting Racism, Antisemitism and Homophobia through Memory Work” in an essay about anti-Semitism.
Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the print paper (p. 9., Orokzold fa Jeruzsalemben).
Hungarian daily Nepszabadsag interviewed Deborah E. Lipstadt, historian, Holocaust researcher, and professor at Emory University at ”The Future of Holocaust Memorialization: Confronting Racism, Anti-semitism and Homophobia through Memory Work” conference organized by CEU and the Tom Lantos Institute.
Due to copyright issues the interview is available in the daily (Hetvege melleklet, pp. 26-27, "Mint aki halkan belepett.").
http://dinamo.blog.hu/2014/06/30/ne_becsuljuk_ala_a_populista_noi_vezetoket - Hungarian left-of-center, eco-friendly, feminist blog, dinamo.blog.hu, interviewed Associate Professor at the Department of Gender Studies, Andrea Peto, on the role of women in extreme right movements.
http://mandiner.hu/cikk/20140623_gender_ellenesseg_az_egyhaz_es_a_stadion_szovetsege - Hungarian news portal mandiner.hu reports: Andrea Peto, Associate Professor of the Department of Gender Studies, CEU, explained the specificities of current anti-gender movements.
Hungarian liberal weekly Magyar Narancs interviewed Deborah E. Lipstadt, historian, Holocaust researcher, and Professor at Emroy University at ”The Future of Holocaust Memorialization: Confronting Racism, Antisemitism and Homophobia through Memory Work” conference organized by CEU and the Tom Lantos Institute.
Due to copyright issues the full interview is available in the weekly (pp. 23-24, "Mint kutyaszarba lepni").
http://szakirodalom.atlatszo.hu/2014/06/11/aktak-es-listak-az-allampart-kritikusairol-akcioban-a-szocializmus-ugynokei/ - Hungarian investigative news portal atlatszo.hu reports about the book The Faces of the Agent (Az ugynok arcai), a collection of essays summarizing the operation of communist state defense.