The Institute for Minority Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the European Centre for Minority Issues agree on a Memorandum of Understanding.


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Successful research grant applications

The list of supported research proposals (the so called OTKA) has been published on the National Research, Development and Innovation Office's website. 

The winning research proposals included:

Margit Feischmidt: Work, Values, Hope in Solidarity Spaces: the Possibilities and Constraints of Transformative Solidarity in Hungary and

Ágnes Tóth: The Integration of Hungarian Refugees from Neighbouring Countries in Hungary (1938-1948)

Beáta Kulcsár: Personal stories of emigration and integration: Hungarians in Canada (Linda Dégh's collection of interviews) was among the research projects funded under the postdoctoral excellence programme.

Congratulations to our colleagues!

From Crisis to Crisis - 2023 Conference of the Hungarian Sociological Association

Our colleagues will participate as presenters and section chairs at the Hungarian Sociological Association's 2023 Conference entitled From Crisis to Crisis organized on 17-18 November. The conference programme is available here.

17th November:

Social Consequences of the Crisis Caused by War in Ukraine (chaired by Margit Feischmidt and Violetta Zentai) panel with Ildikó Zakariás, Márton Gerő, András Morauszki and Csilla Zsigmond: Solidarity with Ukrainian refugees in Hungary: acts and attitudes

18th November:

The Benefits of the Crisis in Education I and II. (chaired by Szilvia Németh and Attila Z. Papp, Hungarian language panel) with

- Attila Z. Papp: Resilient institutional responses of a non-resilient school in the shadow of COVID. School case study

- Csilla Zsigmond: The educational challenges of disadvantaged pupils in the COVID-19 crisis - in the light of the literature