Public Perceptions of Corruption in Hungary - Webinar


Public Perceptions of Corruption in Hungary - Webinar
Invitation to the presentation of a joint report by Transparency International Hungary and Policy Lab students from CEU’s School of Public Policy

Transparency International Hungary and the Policy Lab program of Central European University’s (CEU) School of Public Policy invite you to a webinar in which they will present their collaborative report titled “Public Perceptions of Corruption in Hungary – Opinions and their Main Social Drivers”.

The report presents the findings of a representative survey conducted by Tárki Research Institute that assessed public perceptions of corruption among Hungarian citizens. The results of the poll were analyzed by master’s students from the Policy Lab program of CEU’s School of Public Policy under the professional guidance of Transparency International Hungary.

The report will be presented at a webinar starting at 15:00, June 10. The webinar will be broadcast via the Zoom videoconference application.

The event will be held in English with simultaneous interpretation in Hungarian!

Following opening remarks by József Péter Martin, Executive Director of Transparency International Hungary, the report will be presented by Bálint Mikola, Project Manager at Transparency International Hungary, and Olivér Pilz, MA student in CEU’s School of Public Policy.

Following the presentation, the report’s findings will be discussed among participants, with insights from the following experts:

• Ágnes Bátory, Professor, Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations, Central European University (CEU)
• Miklós Ligeti, Head of Legal Affairs, Transparency International Hungary
• Sándor Léderer, Executive Director, K-Monitor
• Judit Rácz, Data Collection Project Manager, Tárki Research Institute

The expected duration of the webinar is 90 minutes.

In order to participate, please register for the event at by June 8. The link to join the meeting will be sent to all registered participants.
Place: Online
Address: Budapest
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