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. The international consortia will soon start work on the following projects:

Visual Persuasion in a Transforming Europe: the affective and polarizing power of visual content in online political discourse
Principal investigators: Dániel Oross, Dániel Mikecz
€ 108,350, 36 months
Call title: CHANSE - Transformations: Social and cultural dynamics in the digital age

Litigating change: training lawyers on the EU rule of law acquis
Principal investigator: Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz
€106 939
Call for proposals for action grants to support transnational projects on training of justice professionals covering civil law, criminal law or fundamental rights

Repoliticize Gender: Improving sexes’ substantive representation and widening gender horizons of expectations for a better more inclusive democratic future
Principal investigators: Katalin Tardos, Judit Acsády 
36 months, € 141,438
Call: Feminisms for a new age of democracy

The REpresentative DIsconnect: diagnosis and strategies for RECTification
Principal investigators: Zsófia Papp and Pál Susánszky
48 months, €186,500
Call: Representative democracy in flux