The Budapest Centre is recruiting for one post-comprehensive exam PhD candidate to join its Budapest headquarter as Junior Researcher!

Draft Mission statement of the CEE Prevent Net project

We are strategically and operatively ready to combat hate speech online under the EU-funded Words are Stones Project!

The Budapest Centre is pleased to announce the release of the Summary Study of its year-long project “Prevention of radicalization in the prison-system” (BBA-5.1.6-16-2016-00001) co-financed by the Internal Security Fund of the European Union.

The Budapest Centre is offering part-time project assistant position for an ongoing project

The „Prevention of radicalization in the prison-system” is a 13-month initiative of the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention in collaboration with Hungarian experts and researchers.

Radicalization is a multi-stage process which begins with the polarization of society into antagonistic identity-based groupings: “us” and “others”. Over time, that may develop into hatred, and then the incitement to and the perpetration of extreme acts and crimes.

On Women’s day the Budapest Centre announces that next fall will host a dedicated conference on gender based atrocity prevention as pre-event to the next Budapest Human Rights Forum.