CEU's Dorit Geva comments on the France's newest party, Les Patriotes (The Patriots), in Euronews.
CEU alumnus Caio Simoes de Araujo edited the volume "The Struggle Continues, 40 Years Later: Intertwined Stories from Southern Africa," to be released at the end of November. Article is in Portuguese.
Associate Professor Prem Kumar Rajaram of the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, as well as alumni Aleksander Tarkowski, who graduated from that department in 2007, and Marek Antos, who graduated from the Department of Legal Studies in 2013, have been named to the NewEurope100 list of changemakers in Central and Eastern Europe for their innovative contributions in society and politics.
CEU Assistant Professor Alexandra Kowalski is featured in this Open Democracy article that highlights how political and cultural power exerted by Prime Minister Orban and his administration has affected cultural production, artistic voices and journalism in Hungary.
CEU's Prem Rajaram is quoted in this Christian Science Monitor piece about refugees in Hungary and how the group Migszol (Migrant Solidarity Group of Hungary) is making a difference.
CEU PhD candidate Raia Apostolova writes about the importance of labels when discussing the refugee crisis and how the choice of words manifests in terms of aid and attitude toward those seeking refuge in Europe.
CEU Associate Professor Prem Kumar Rajaram wrote an opinion piece on the Migszol (Migrant Solidarity Group of Hungary) blog on the refugee crisis.