The final report entitled "The Response of the Visegrad Countries to the Refugee Crisis" was completed by the Hungarian Europe Society at the end of September 2016. The authors are István Hegedűs, Györgyi Kocsis, Kata Nagy, András Schweitzer, Zsófia Stahl, Erzsébet Strausz, Erik Uszkiewicz, Zsuzsanna Végh, Zsófia Vidák as well as Alena Krempaska, Christian Kvorning Lassen and Peter Weisenbacher. The project was supported by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation für die Freiheit.
István Hegedűs and Zsuzsanna Végh: Illiberal Democracies: What can the European Union do in case a member state regularly and systematically breaches European values and regulations?".
Petra Bárd: The Rule of Law and Terrorism
Where Does the PERC-index Stand? or from EU Destructivists to Federalists: the Relationship of Hungarian Parliamentary Parties towards the European Union" is the title of the second report by the research team of the Hungarian Europe Society published on 20 March, 2014.
'Public Administration Reform in Visegrad Countries: Lessons Learned for Belarus and Ukraine'- HES is the Hungarian partner of the Czech AMO (Association for International Affairs) in the international coorporation that aims to contribute to building a modern and efficient public administration system based on democratic values in two countries of the Eastern Partnership.
Where Does the PERC-index Stand? or from EU Destructivists to Federalists: the Relationship of Hungarian Parliamentary Parties towards the European Union - the first report (2012) of the research team of HES can be downloaded below (in Hungarian).
Interviews taken by Zoltán Dóczi about the travelling to the west under communism was published in the publication of the Stefan Batory Foundation (Warsaw) entitled Europe Divided - Then and Now. The volume is the result of the research on the Schengen system in which the HES also participated.
The book gives replies to the following questions:
Hungary in the Schengen system - Bastion or Gateway? the booklet published by the Hungarian Europe Society on the visa issuance practice in Hungary can be downloaded below.
Keynote Address by Helen Wallace, European University Institute. Facing the European Elections, Conference of the Hungarian Europe Society at the Central European University, 3-4 June 2004, Budapest.