Fellowship Continuance 2021: The Ghetto Houses of Budapest, 1944
In historical scholarship on the Holocaust in Hungary, there is an almost complete silence or lack of memory regarding the lived history of the “Jewish” or ghetto houses in Budapest that existed between June 24 and December 1, 1944.
The European Union’s future role in the world balances between a peace project and ambitions of strategic autonomy. This new ambition has also set the stage for the now ongoing Conference on the Future of Europe.
Regional Free Movement of People Law: A New Field of Study for International Migration Law
A powerful narrative presents the response to migration as the erection of borders. This project explores its apparent converse: the easing of borders at regional level. At least 174 states have policies and laws facilitating free movement of people.
Panel Event: The German Elections and Europe's Future
This public panel discussion will address the results of the elections from three regions of Europe by researchers who are this year’s Europe’s Futures Fellows, moderated by the IWM Acting Rector and Permanent Fellow,…
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