The 'Eurosceptic Internationale' at the Gates of Brussels?

The 'Eurosceptic Internationale' at the Gates of Brussels?

Political Capital Institute’s latest study, in cooperation with the Heinrich-Böll Foundation, aimed to give a snapshot of the state of populist radical parties and their cooperation and the Hungarian government’s role in it, before the campaign starts for the 2024 European Parliamentary elections.

Feminism in Pictures: Global Feminist Pitch

“Feminism in Pictures” is the result of a collaboration with seven incredible feminist illustrators from Brazil, Iran, India, Georgia, Pakistan, Turkiye, and Kenya for the Global Feminist Pitch 2023. These graphic novels are evidence of the continuing streams of feminist resistance and resilience in diverse global contexts.

Reproductive Justice

Self-determined decisions about one's own body and family planning are often influenced by laws and prevailing norms that act like barriers. This publication is an attempt to make hidden injustice visible and to fought against it. So that reproductive justice can become a reality for all.
Small Modular Reaktors

Prospects of Small Modular Reactors in the Czech Republic

What are the arguments in favor of Small Modular Reactors and how realistic are they? What is the chance we will see their mass construction in the Czech Republic? This publication contributes the views of experts and offers the most important findings in the topic. Its author is Professor Stephen Thomas from the University of Greenwich who has more than 25 years of experience conducting research in the field of energy policies. The current situation in the Czech Republic is described in a chapter by Edvard Sequens, the energy consultant for the Calla organization.


Az ebben az atlaszban közölt alapvető tényekkel és adatokkal szeretnénk hozzájárulni a mezőgazdaság és a rovarok témájában kialakuló életteli párbeszédhez. Szándékunk, hogy megmutassuk, mekkora szükség van a mezőgazdaság és a rovarok túlélése érdekében ambiciózus szakpolitikai lépésekre, nemcsak az Európai Unió területén, hanem világszerte is.
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How to Design a City for Life

Comic book
Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Prague publishes a new comic book "How to Design a City for Life?", which presents 8 areas in which more efficient planning can increase the city’s resilience. The chapters provide basic insight into topics such as energy systems, urban gardening, water retention or green transit, and the comic book could be a useful tool for local council employees, schools or activists.
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Hogyan tervezzünk (túl-)élő várost?

A Heinrich Böll Alapítvány prágai irodája bemutatja "Hogyan tervezzünk (túl-) élő várost?" című új kiadványát, amely képregény formában jár körül 8 olyan területet, amelyeken a hatékonyabb tervezés növelheti városaink ellenállóképességét az éghajlatváltozás következményeivel szemben.
Foreign Policy and Security

Feminist Development Policy

This brief contains recommendations for practitioners of the international development sector to shift the status quo of development and move towards feminist global collaboration.

Practicing Feminist Foreign Policy in the Everyday: A Toolkit

Feminist foreign policy is emerging as a new paradigm in international relations. The concept raises expectations of a more peaceful and just foreign policy, but its theoretical dimension and practical implementation are often not clearly defined. This toolkit tries to close this gap and clarify key terms of feminist foreign policy, as well as outline the practical application of the feminist approach to international diplomacy, to security, environmental, development, trade and migration policy.
Current Populism in Europe

Current Populism in Europe

The book Current Populism in Europe: Gender-Backlash and Counter-strategies aims at exploring populism from various new conceptual, empirical and methodological perspectives.

Political integration of Hungarian students, 2019

After a four-year absence, the Active Youth (Aktív Fiatalok) Research Group has returned with a new survey about the political attitudes of higher education students in Hungary. The significance of this year’s findings relies on the fact that the political views of the majority of students sampled in this most recent survey – including some born as recently as 2000 – were formed during consecutive terms of prime minister Viktor Orbán and his government, considered by many political scientists and commentators to be a hybrid regime.