Teaching Ethical Engagement: Media, Corruption, and Waning Accountability in Hungary

Rachel A. Epstein

The challenge:

How to help students formulate possible policy responses to undermine Fidesz’s authoritarian  grip on power in Hungary (with lessons for other authoritarian contexts).

Background and policy setting:

In offering the course to 24 graduate students at Korbel, I had two main partners: József Péter Martin, executive director of Transparency International, Hungary, and Dóra Piroska, professor at Central European

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Engaging with identity politics during times of heightened polarization

Nadia Brown

The challenges:

  • How to show the value of diversity and intersectionality for policymaking in an era of heightened polarization.
  • How to effectively contribute to the policy arena as a black feminist when your expertise is in question from the gate given who you are.
  • How to push against situations where your identity brings diversity, but you are expected
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