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5 July - 9 July, 2021
The past decade has seen the mainstreaming of concerns about inequalities, with the work of scholars and of social movements – from Occupy to the International Women’s Strike – centring the social and economic injustice created by persistent inequalities of income, gender, race and class.
14 June - 18 June, 2021
Free media is essential to hold the less-than transparent governments of Central and Eastern Europe to account. Key political and business actors are increasingly obfuscating their actions and limiting data access to escape public scrutiny.
12 July - 23 July, 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic erupted amidst a deeper crisis facing liberal democracies and simultaneously extenuated it.
5 July - 9 July, 2021
Through lecture, discussion, demonstration and role-plays, students will be introduced to mediation theory and skills and examine the impact of culture and context on the consensus-building approach adopted.  Participants should come prepared for a highly engaging learning experience.
28 June - 7 July, 2021
Following the success of our 10-day summer course ‘Music as Heritage: from Tradition to Product’ organized with CEU Cultural Heritage Studies in 2019, we will adapt our concept for an online musical heritage course.
22 June - 28 June, 2020
Decision-makers are faced with the constant challenge of maintaining access to and understanding new technologies and data, as information and communication technologies (ICTs) are constantly evolving and as more data is becoming available. Despite continually improving technologies, informed decision-making is being hindered by inadequate attention to enabling conditions, e.g. a lack of in-service education and professional training.
27 July - 30 July, 2020
In many countries, Industrial production and consumption patterns outpace the renewal capacity of natural resources and the capacity of governments to manage waste products. These trends in resource use and energy consumption indicate that current forms of industrial production damages the health of natural resources, and risks undermining the social and economic development benefits achieved thus far. This calls for shifting to green and more sustainable approaches needed to satisfy the needs of the present- without comprising the needs of future generations.
6 July - 10 July, 2020

Course description

The Summer School is an intensive, real time (CET), fully interactive online course. It comprises two morning sessions and one afternoon session. With a focus on intensive Latin and Greek palaeography classes in parallel tracks, it also provides instruction in textual criticism and diplomatics. It includes thematic lectures, assignments, introduction to online resources, a palaeography exam and an opportunity for consultation. It gives a certificate of attendance and ECTS credits.
22 June - 30 June, 2020

This 7-day seminar in digital humanities research methods is designed to expose a new generation of scholars in Cold War history and culture to methods of analysis and discovery involving computational techniques. Designed and run by NEP4DISSENT (New Exploratory Phase in Research on East European Cultures of Dissent,, COST Action 16213, the inspiration for the course is built around the transfer of knowledge from technologists and data scientists to humanists.