Reforms in Hungary have been criticised for undermining the academic freedom in the country.
Reforms in Hungary have been criticised for undermining the academic freedom in the country. The panel debate wants to discuss these allegations with researchers working in Hungary against the background of their daily work. International cooperation is essential for academic freedom and science. Therefore, the panel debate also addresses the question of how cross-border academic cooperation within the European research area can support academic freedom and researchers in Hungary.
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Welcome Kristina KURZE, DAAD-Lecturer/Associate Professor, Andrássy University Budapest
Panellists Florence ERTEL, Managing Director, Science Hub for Europe, University of Passau Judit GÁRDOS, Institute for Sociology, Head of the Research Documentation Centre, Centre for Social Sciences – MTA Centre for Excellence Erin K. JENNE, Professor, Department of International Relations, Central European University (CEU); CEU Research Affiliate, CEU Democracy Research Institute Eszter NAGY, Member of the Executive Bureau of the Union of European Federalists; President, Union of European Federalists Hungary
Moderator Julian PLOTTKA, Research Associate, University of Passau
The debate will be followed by a reception.
The event is jointly organised by
the Andrássy University Budapest,
the University of Passau,
the Union of European Federalists and
the Union of European Federalists Hungary.
The event is kindly co-funded by the European Union. Only the panellist are responsible for the content of the debate.