Information Overflow Is Not Conducive to Effective Policymaking, Teleki Says

The constant flow of information and so-called news in our high-tech society today is changing the face of policymaking, and not for the better, according to Maximilian Teleki, president of the Hungarian American Coalition in Washington, D.C., who spoke at CEU Nov. 21.

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CEU Open House Q&A

Learn from currently enrolled students, as well as alumni, about their experience studying at Central European University in this Q&A panel session that took place during CEU's Open House.

Google Features OSA Exhibit on Fall of the Iron Curtain

Google features Open Society Archives' exhibit entitled "1956-301-1989, Prehistory to the 1989 Fall of Communism of Hungary" on its Cultural Institute website starting November 13, as part of a series of exhibits commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Fall of the Iron Curtain.

Record-breaking Philanthropy Day Raises the Bar

The CEU community raised more than $1,100 during last week's Philanthropy Awareness Day, shattering last year's record and demonstrating major grassroots support for the University.

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Even Our Definition of Child Trafficking is Wrong

Child trafficking doesn't mean selling babies to rich American parents. It means the exploitation and coercion of children. Zsuzsanna Vidra, research fellow at the Center for Policy Studies studies child trafficking in Hungary. 

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