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Global drug policy at the center of this year’s Global Debate and Public Policy Challenge (GDPPC)

The School of Public Policy hosted the Global Debate and Public Policy Challenge's (GDPPC) Budapest Forum 2014 on "Rethinking Drugs" between June 22 and 28.

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SPP supports development of Ombudsperson staff from across Europe

Senior and mid-level National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) staff were part of a practical training at the first NHRI Academy convoked by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and organized jointly with the European Network of National Human Rights Institutions (ENNHRI) and the School of Public Policy (SPP) at Central European University, in Budapest on 23 – 27 June 2014.

Gender Quotas Best Way to Combat Implicit Bias

Every one of us holds implicit gender biases developed throughout our lives that are impossible to escape. Rather than suppressing such bias, we must become more aware of it in order to overcome the inequality that it can cause.

Desired Degree of Diversity Impacts Migration Policy

In a globalized world, are there optimal limits to diversity in a society? What is the cost benefit analysis of migration? These were questions that Paul Collier tackled in his third and final SPP lecture on migration policy.

OSCE Paying Close Attention to Balance of Media Freedom and State Security in UK

A delicate balance must be achieved between freedom of the media and state and private security according to the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Dunja Mijatović.

SPP Hosts Historic Conference on Post-Communist Transitions

Twenty-five years after the fall of Communism, SPP and PIIE hosted a two-day symposium of political leaders, policy makers and scholars on the lessons that have been learned.