Hungarian Conservative

Csilla Varga

Csilla Varga

Dr Csilla Varga is Senior Researcher at the Danube Institute. She earned her BA and MA degrees in International Relations at the Corvinus University of Budapest where she also obtained her PhD degree at Doctoral School of International Relations and Political Science in 2021. She is currently also a researcher of the Eötvös József Research Centre - Europe Strategy Research Institute of the Ludovika University of Public Service. Her main research area is the political representation and participation of national minorities, analysis of the situation of Hungarian national minorities in neighbouring countries. She also gained experience in public administration at the Prime Minister's Office, in the Ministry Foreign Affairs and Trade and in the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister.
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