1 June, 2015
The ICDT, celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2015, is hereby publishing the top three essays submitted for the Centre’s winter 2015 Call for Papers.
12-15 May, 2015
Along with its partners, ICDT has successfully organized the first series of events of the Visegrad Academy for Political Leadership in Kyiv, between May 12-15, 2015.
First Round of Meetings of the Project: "Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Lao National Assembly" Held in Vientiane
22-25 March, 2015
The Hungarian delegation, headed by Mr. Zsolt Németh, President of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly conducted the first scoping trip of the project titled "Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Lao National Assembly".
10 March, 2015
RDC “Top-Kaya” (Ukraine) successfully organized its closing event on 21 February, 2015 in Odessa, Ukraine, having the ICDT present as partner organization during the workshop, represented by Director for Development, Ms. Annamária Kékesi. The event was the concluding chapter of the project titled "BRD-NET: Transfer of Visegrad Experience in Regional Development to Black Sea EaP Countries". The project was supported by the International Visegrad Fund.
The International Centre for Democratic Transition is hereby inviting applicants from Ukraine for the Visegrad Academy for Political Leadership to be held in Kyiv, Budapest and Warsaw in 2015.
26 February, 2015
The International Centre for Democratic Transition is hereby announcing the publication of two research studies as part of the Centre's International Visegrad Fund supported project titled "Democratic Consciousness in Central-European Identity and Differences between the V4 countries and Ukraine". The studies were conducted by the GfK Hungary research institute, the Hungarian branch of the internationally famed GfK Group.
7 February, 2015
The International Centre for Democratic Transition mourns the death of Board member John C. Whitehead, who passed away in his home on February 7.
16 December, 2014
ICDT's conference titled "Democracy in Ukraine - On the Right Path?" was held successfully on 16 December, 2014 in Budapest. The conference was a closing event of our project dedicated to reveal the general Ukrainian attitude to democratic values and institutions and compare them with results of V4 countries.
ICDT is proud to announce its participation in the project lead by the Skopje-based ZIP institute. The project is aimed to support the efforts of organizations and activists from Kosovo and Macedonia that focus on issues related to organized crime, corruption and illegal migration. The project is supported by the International Visegrad Fund.