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November 2, 2016

"Gandhi was not just an 'apostle of nonviolence. He was first and foremost an 'apostle of truth.'" That was one of the messages that Pascal Alan Nazareth stressed during his public lecture at the School of Public Policy at CEU on October 24. The occasion for the event, which was co-organized by the CEU Department of History and the Embassy of India in Budapest, was the launch of the Hungarian edition of Nazareth's book, Gandhi's Outstanding Leadership.

June 16, 2016

Green Spider media lab founder and film director Laszló Bihari and activist Vera Kovács shared their experiences of working with film and other media in Hungary during SPP's Annual Conference, the view from here: artists // public policy.

April 21, 2016

Although they have had very different career paths, alumnae Nato Kurshitashvili and Liana Aghabekyan agreed on many things including their advice to current CEU students, "Take full advantage of your time at CEU," they urged.

July 21, 2015

The Center for Religious Studies and the School of Public Policy at CEU are co-sponsoring “Religious Violence in Comparative Perspective” during CEU’s Summer University this year. This new course, which has a strong South Asia focus, has attracted 26 students from many countries.

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