From the 2019 eight-episode Netflix-series Unbelievable it becomes painfully clear how little people understand trauma; how little they hear the trauma of others, and to what a large extent a trauma-informed and survivor-centred approach to gender-based violence can both decrease the impact of rape on the survivor’s life and positively effect the outcome of a police investigation.
Dr. Ferenc Erős (1946-2020) psychologist, social-psychologist. After the late 1970s with Andras Stark psychiatrist, they started to look for the meaning to be a Jew ….
Dr. Katalin Bárdos, clinical psychologist-psychotherapist. After graduating from the Psychopedagogy Department of the Bárczy István Tanárképző (1979), I became a psychologist (ELTE, 1983). I graduated ….
Anikó Félix is Sociologist, received her PhD in Sociology from Eötvös Lóránd Science University. Her main fields of expertise are the contemporary far right movements ….
Dr. Zoltan Haberman associate professor, Chair, Department of Social Science and Social Work at the Jewish Theological Seminary-University of Jewish Studies, Budapest. Senior lecturer at ….
Dr Maria Heller, PhD, habil. associate professor, sociologist, linguist. After graduation, she worked in the Linguistic Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and ….
Anna Menyhért is a Professor of Trauma Studies at the Budapest University of Jewish Studies. Between 2016–2018 she was a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Research Fellow ….
Kata Vörös, assistant lecturer, sociologist. She received her degree in 2018 at Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, in the Ethnic and Minority Politics program. During ….