Hungarian public television channel Duna TV, in its program dedicated to different ethnicities living in Hungary entitled “Rondo,” featured a 15-minute report about CEU's Intercultural Festival. More than 10 students were interviewed, most of them in their native language. The broadcast, available at http://www.mediaklikk.hu/video/rondo-2017-02-16-i-adas/# from 01:05 to 15:22 minutes (with Hungarian subtitles) reflects CEU's diversity and values.
http://24.hu/kulfold/2017/02/23/csak-az-biztos-baj-van-az-europai-unioval/ - Hungarian news portal hir24.hu reports: EurActiv, an independent pan-European media network specialised in EU policies, published an overview about the V4 countries’ attitudes towards the EU. Robert Csehi, junior visiting researcher at CEU’s Department of Public Policy gave expert commentary on the Hungarian government’s approach.
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http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1121189-meleglobbitol-tart-a-kdnp-ifjusagi-tagozata/ - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu reports: Andrea Peto, professor at CEU’s Department of Gender Studies explained the essence, importance, and relevance of gender studies in an article focusing on the current Hungarian discourse about this social science.
http://realista.hu/ingatlanpiac/top-10-ingatlanpiaci-szemelyiseg-az-elmult-10-evben/132364 - Hungarian news portal realista.hu reports: Besides the 2016 Real Estate Yearbook that summarizes the most decisive real estate developments of the past 10 years in Hungary, the top 10 real estate personalities of the past 10 years in Hungary were also listed, among them Pal Baross, director of the CEU campus redevelopment project.
http://termekmix.hu/magazin/32-kereskedelem/3177-rohamosan-fejlodo-e-kereskedelem-megoldas-lehet-e-a-kornyezeti-problemakra - Hungarian news portal termekmix.hu asked Diana Urge-Vorsatz, professor at CEU’s Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy for expert commentary on e-commerce and sustainability.
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1121029-miert-ne-hazasodhatnanak-az-azonos-nemuek/ - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu reports: Budapest Pride organized a roundtable discussion about the marital legal rights LGBT couples have or do not have in Hungary. Rita Beres-Deak, visiting faculty at CEU’s Department of Gender Studies also highlighted at the event that although politics can greatly influence people’s perceptions, the new generation is much more appreciative towards LGBT people.
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1120856-nemzetkozi-egyezmenyt-sertene-az-orban-kormany - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu reports: On Febr. 15 Swedish Minister for Justice and Migration Morgan Johansson delivered a public lecture at CEU entitled “Migration - A Common European Challenge.” The event was organized by the CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS) and the Embassy of Sweden in Budapest.
http://ujegyenloseg.hu/dorothee-bohle-a-kapitalizmus-es-a-demokracia-valsaga-kelet-kozep-europaban/ - Hungarian news portal ujegyenloseg.hu reports: Dorothee Bohle, chair of Social and Political Change at the Department of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence; and professor at CEU’s Department of Political Science delivered the lecture “Capitalism and Democracy in East Central Europe: A Sequence of Crises” on January 26 at CEU within the frame...
Marianne Saghy, associate professor at CEU’s Department of Medieval Studies was interviewed for TV2 Hungarian commercial television’s news program “Tenyek” about the historical background of Valentine’s Day.
TV2 “Tenyek” (2.13.2017. Jon a szerelmesek napja)
Hungarian Klub Radio interviewed Diana Urge-Vorsatz, professor at CEU’s Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy about a recent research regarding how human activity affects climate change.
Klub Radio (2.13.2017. Klimavaltozas)