COVID-9.11: The transformation and anti-West radicalization of the Hungarian antivax movement
Political Capital's study
Budapest Forum (16-17/09/2021)
On September 16-17, 2021, Budapest Municipality, Political Capital, and CEU Democracy Institute held the inaugural Budapest Forum for Building Sustainable Democracies, intending to establish a new annual event.
Hungary’s Anti-Vax movement: Alive and Kicking
IRI - PC research exploring the evolution of the Hungarian anti-vax movement and their intersection with far-right and pro-Kremlin narratives.
2020: the year of the anti-vax revolution in Hungary
The research explores the radicalization of the Hungarian anti-vax movement through the far-right and pro-Russian subculture
Rethinking the economy after Covid: How can Hungary be more competitive?
Mirror article #V4EU
Main narratives about COVID-19 in the V4 countries during the first wave of the pandemic
Political Capital's research
New GLOBSEC study finds that the willingness to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 rises with the trust in public authorities
Green recovery after COVID-19: Last chance for V4 to climate transition?
Collaborative Policy Brief #V4EU
Covid-19: Narratives and policies of the populist and radical right in the Visegrad countries
A disinformation attack on human life
Political Capital and its partners monitored disinformation narratives concerning the COVID-19 pandemic during the first wave of infections in the V4.
The societal effects of the coronavirus pandemic in the 8th district of Budapest
A joint online event organized by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and Political Capital
Disinformation after the first wave of the coronavirus in Central Europe
Disinformation narratives and strategies related to the pandemic’s first wave in Hungary and the CEE region
Europe’s future after the coronavirus
A joint webinar organized by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Europeans are rallying around the flag, but winter might be coming
Although not all governments were well-prepared and equipped to deal with the consequences of the pandemic, we can see a general “rally around the flag” effect: the popularity of ruling parties has been increasing in most European countries since the coronavirus outbreak reached the continent.
Nothing is more permanent than a temporary solution - the state of danger will come to an end in Hungary, but its impact remains
Political Capital's Flash Report
Propaganda & disinformation campaigns during the COVID-19 crisis: The Role of Social Media
The European Foundation for Democracy, in cooperation with the U.S. Mission to the European Union and Political Capital, cordially invite you to an online discussion
Anne Applebaum on the Post-Pandemic Global Order
A conversation about the pandemic's impact on the democratic world, and the myth that authoritarian states managed to better deal with the consequences of the crisis.