Dr. Jekatyerina Dunajeva defended her PhD in Political Science at the University of Oregon in 2014. She is currently a research fellow at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ Institute for Political Science, an assistant professor of political science at Pázmány Péter Catholic University and a senior researcher at PPMI (policy institute).
Dr Dunajeva is an experienced researcher, policy analyst and consultant, who has worked extensively with various aspects of inclusion at local and regional levels. Dr Dunajeva’s topics of research range from vulnerable youth in Europe, Roma integration and education, youth politics and well-being, human rights, minority inclusion and intercultural development, to questions of state and nation building, as well as politics of Hungary and Russia. In addition, Dr Dunajeva has considerable experience in the non-profit and civil society sectors. She is the author of the book “Constructing Identities over Time” (CEU Press, 2021), and her research has been published in multiple book chapters and peer-reviewed journals.
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