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SCEUS stands with CEU

The Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies (SCEUS) expresses its solidarity with the Central European University (CEU) and its deep concern about the recent changes to the Hungarian Higher Education Act.  

In twenty-five years, CEU has established itself as a university with a global reputation for teaching and research in the social sciences and humanities. For many years, SCEUS has actively and intensely cooperated with faculty members and students of CEU. This makes it one of our core professional partner institutions in Europe.  

We fear that the legislative changes passed by the Hungarian parliament on 4th April 2017 will render CEU’s continued operations in Budapest virtually impossible and, thus, strike a severe blow against academic freedom in Hungary. We, therefore, join many concerned citizens and distinguished institutions in Hungary, Europe and beyond in calling for a reconsideration of the legislative changes in order to protect CEU and the autonomy and freedom of academic life in Hungary more generally.  

Prof. Dr. Sonja Puntscher Riekmann, Director of SCEUS  


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