Senior Staff
  John O’Sullivan
President
Editor and columnist, director of 21st Century Initiatives and senior fellow at the National Review Institute in Washington. Earlier posts include editor of National Review, associate editor of the London Times, senior fellow of the Hudson Institute, and special adviser to Margaret Thatcher.
 
 
 
 Noémi Korányi
 Executive Director
 Holds an MA from Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, is an alumna of the Fund for American Studies Summer Institute at Georgetown University (1993) and the Budapest Institute of Graduate International Studies, and a German Marshall Fund Fellow (1999). She started her career as a foreign service national in the Political Section of  the US Embassy in Budapest before becoming advisor and then head of secretariat of the Foreign Affairs Committee  of the Hungarian National Assembly. Consultant and component leader in EU Parliamentary Twinning Programs in several Western Balkan countries since 2012. She has been a regular contributor to the literary supplement of the weekly Heti Válasz since 2013.
 
 Melissa O’Sullivan
 Deputy Director
  She is involved with program development and execution, working with incoming guest speakers and supporting all staff in a mission oriented fashion. She also represents Danube Institute through her involvement with the International Women’s Club and other organisations. A former professional in the field of security working with the federal government, she is a graduate of the University of Alabama and is a commentator on the political scene on both sides of the Atlantic.
 
  Violetta-Ibolya Dán
    Events Manager
Grew up in Transylvania, graduated from Eötvös Lóránd University in Budapest, studying English language and literature. Past experience includes work in the financial services and foreign exports/marketing sector, as well as tourism and marketing.
 

 

The Benedict Option and The Future of the West

Date: 09/03/2018 10:00 a.m.
Location: Danube Institute, 24 Eötvös u., Budapest 1067
Rod Dreher, author of New York Times best seller The Benedict Option, gives a lecture at the Danube Institute on March 9.

The New Geopolitics Of The Middle East

Date: 21/02/2018 5:00 p.m.
Location: Danube Institute, 1067 Budapest, Eötvös utca 24
A presentation by Professor David Newman on the Geopolitical Dynamics and Border Changes in the Israel/Palestine Conflict.

MCC Neighbourhood Dialogues 2018

Future events

Conference about The role of the V4 countries in the future of the EU.

Germany Between Elections and a New Government: ‘Encore’ or New Casting?

Date: 13/02/2018 4:00 p.m.
Location: 24 Eötvös u., 1067 Budapest
A debate on the German political landscape in 2018 at the Danube Institue, on February 13.

Austrian Economics Meeting Europe: Call for Papers

Future events

The Austrian Economics Meeting Europe invites young scholars to next year's meeting in Budapest.

Danube Institute Internship Programme ⁄ Ösztöndíj

Internship

The Danube Institute invited applications for its four-month internship programme starting in February 2018.

Autonomy or secession: the case of Catalonia

Date: 29/11/2017 4:00 p.m.
Location: 1067 Budapest, Eötvös u. 24., Danube Institute
What theoretical and practical implications does the Catalan example have for Spain and Europe? A discussion at the Danube Institute.

100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution

Date: 09/11/2017 1:00 p.m.
Location: Budapest, Horánszky u. 20, 1085 - Párbeszéd Háza
On November 9, Danube Institute held an international conference on the Russian Revolution.

The EU and Israel: an uneasy relationship

Date: 13/11/2017 2:30 p.m.
Location: Eötvös u. 24, Budapest, Danube Institute
Professor Eytan Gilboa (Israel Public Diplomacy Forum) and Dr. István Gyarmati (ICDT) talked about the Middle East.

Making Hungarians, Making Europeans: Problems, Solutions

Past Events

A mini-conference on demography at the Danube Institute on October 25.

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