On 19th April 2023, political leaders from all over the world gathered in Warsaw to participate in the commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. They joined with Holocaust survivors and their descendants, feeling poignantly that it is now the responsibility of younger generations to preserve the memory of the Holocaust. The…
Members of the iASK international network have been involved in collecting and distributing food supplies, medicines and toiletries, clothes, toys, and other necessities in Hungary and throughout the EU
Panel about geopolitics on the day of the outbreak of war in Ukraine
Frank Pasquale’s book ‘New Laws of Robotics: Defending Human Expertise in the Age of AI’ is more than another item on a reading list. It is a homework challenge for professionals in all fields of science.
A personal blog post by Dan Brooks (an american researcher of iASK) about his Budapest-Ashville trip and the experiences there
Already at the end of December 2020, I booked my plane tickets so that I could arrive in Budapest in early February to start my new scholarship work at iASK. The same regulations were in place that allowed for fall work. By mid-January, then, circumstances began to change definitively.
My best tip for anyone travelling to a foreign country during Covid-19? Contact all the relevant institutions and call border police for the most up-to-date information on current restrictions!