Together with 16 other partner organizations, Tárki Social Research Institute takes part in the 2-year project named “Evaluation of the Common European Asylum System under Pressure and Recommendations for Further Development” (CEASEVAL), led by the Technische Universitat Chemnitz.
Since 2015, migration to and within Europe has challenged the adequacy of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS). This has affected the implementation of both the CEAS and national asylum systems and called further harmonisation into question. CEASEVAL project will evaluate this System, by analyzing its frameworks and practical aspects. It will examine the asylum procedures’ level of harmonization by looking into the cooperation between the local, national and European actors.
Led by Endre Sik, Tárki is responsible for the Hungarian report and an analysis of the role of media in the migration crisis on national and international levels.
Read more about the project here
Interview with Endre Sik about his work in the project is available HERE.
Publications by Tárki:
Éva Bognár, Endre Sik and Ráchel Surányi (2018) 'The case of Hungary - de Wilde goes wild'. CEASEVAL Country report
Endre Sik, Bori Simonovits (2019) 'The first results of the content analysis of the media in the course of migration crisis in Hungary'. CEASEVAL Working Paper
Endre Sik, Bori Simonovits (2019) 'The sociological characteristics of the discourse on relocation quotas in Hungary'. CEASEVAL Working Paper
Réka Benczes, Bence Ságvári (2019) 'Riding the wave: The framing of fled people in Hungarian online media' CEASEVAL Working Paper
Anikó Bernát, Zsófi Fekete, Endre Sik and Judit Tóth (2019) 'Borders and the mobility of migrants in Hungary'. CEASEVAL Working Paper