Daniel Oross

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Received Sylff fellowship in 2013.
Academic supervisor: Zsolt Boda
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
I wrote my doctoral dissertation on a participatory model created by local youth NGOs in a rural area of Hungary. As researcher of the Comparative Agendas Project I was part of a research team that provided comparative empirical evidence about policy making in Hungary. As a teacher at the Political Science Department of Hartwick College, I held classes about the History of the European Integration and about Youth in International Perspective.
Current Affiliation: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Social Sciences

Research fellow at Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Socal Sciences, Institute for Political Sciences, Department of Government and Public Policy. Work with Hungarian civic organizations since 2012 (policy making processes first in frame of Ecopolis Foundation then at Greenpeace Hungary).

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