EU Council decision blocking 21 Hungarian universities

The Centre for Social Sciences is not operated as a public interest fund and is not affected by the EU Council rule of law conditionality decision linked to Erasmus and Horizon Europe funding. We are able to participate in proposals and receive funding in both of these EU funding programmes without any restrictions.

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Four new international research projects are to launch

Four proposals submitted by researchers of the Centre for Social Sciences have recently received funding from the EU.

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In solidarity with Ukraine

The Centre for Social Sciences expresses its strong condemnation of the Russian aggression against the sovereign state of Ukraine.
We declare our full solidarity with the people of Ukraine and with the Ukrainian academic community.
The Centre for Social Sciences seeks to provide assistance to fellow academicians and the people of Ukraine.

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Adrienne Csizmady, Márton Bagyura, Gergely Olt (2022): From a Small Village to an Exclusive Gated Community: Unplanned Suburbanisation and Local Sovereignty in Post‐Socialist Hungary

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Adrienne Csizmady, Márton Bagyura, Gergely Olt (2022): From a Small Village to an Exclusive Gated Community: Unplanned Suburbanisation and Local Sovereignty in Post‐Socialist Hungary. Urban Planning, Vol. 7, Issue 3, Online first https://doi.org/10.17645/up.v7i3.5275 (Q2)

Zsuzsanna, Árendás – Judit, Durst – Noémi, Katona – Vera, Messing (2022) The Limits of Trading Cultural Capital: Returning Migrant Children and Their Educational Trajectory in Hungary

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Zsuzsanna, Árendás – Judit, Durst – Noémi, Katona – Vera, Messing (2022) The Limits of Trading Cultural Capital: Returning Migrant Children and Their Educational Trajectory in Hungary, In:  Atterberry, A.L., McCallum, D.G., Tu, S., Lutz, A. and Bass, L.E. (Ed.) Children and Youths' Migration in a Global Landscape (Sociological Studies of Children and Youth, Vol. 29), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 115-139. 

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