2014 : Everyday life in Hungary, the challenges, legislative issues, gender and politics and the future

Professor Andrea Peto, associate professor of gender studies at the Central European University, spoke to the IAML Fellows and their guests about everyday life in Hungary, the challenges, legislative issues, gender and politics and the future.

Below are links to two of Professor Peto's recent articles:

http://www.queries-feps.eu/populist-female-leaders-should-not-be-underestimated/

https://www.opendemocracy.net/can-europe-make-it/andrea-pető-zoltán-vasali/‘laboratory’-called-hungary-challenge-for-understanding

And below is a video lecture by Professor Peto published on Feb 12, 2013, where she discusses how gender politics often reverts women as being more passive figures in war research. Her research shows how women utilized the far right movement as a vehicle to be perpetrators of war activity.

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