Gabi Gőbl

Position: 
Program coordinator
Position: 
MA Coordinator
Position: 
Coordinator
Position: 
Project coordinator

Contact information

+36 1 327-3000/2053

Gabi Gőbl received her MA degree in Sociology from the Eötvös Lóránd University (ELTE), Budapest. She has worked in numerous non-governmental organizations in Hungary as an international project manager before joining CEU (then Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS)) as program coordinator in October 2013.

Since 2015, in addition to her tasks as coordinator, she has been involved in various international research projects, funded among others by the EU’s Erasmus+ Jean Monnet program or the Austrian Future Funds, researching the so-called migration and refugee crisis with a specific focus on the Hungarian aspect thereof.

Aside from her work at CEU Vienna and CEU Democracy Institute in Budapest, she continues to pursue her interest in the civil sector: building on her far-reaching experience and involvement in the sector over the years, she has been acting as an evaluator for the SozialMarie Prize for social innovation since 2017.

Ongoing projects

1. Responding to illiberal vectors in the Black Sea Region (RESOLVE) 

RESOLVE aims to offer a secure space for monitoring illiberal threats in 8 countries: Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Turkey, Armenia, Hungary, Poland and Romania.  

Project duration: July 1st 2020 - July 1st 2021

The project is funded by the United States Agency for International Development

The project is hosted by the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) at Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj, Romania

2. BordEUr: Jean Monnet 'New European Borderlands’ Network

Project duration: 2019-2022

Scheme: Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Networks. Total budget: EUR 299,693

Project coordinator

The project is hosted by the Democracy Institute 

3. The Experimental Humanities Collaborative Network (EHCN) - OSUN

Project duration: 2021-2022

Project coordinator

EHCN is sponsored by the Open Society University Network

Previous projects

Anti EU-rhetoric versus national interests? Nationalistic populism and its reception in Central Europe

Joint solutions for common challenges - How to deal with the refugee and migration crisis across borders

Securitizing Migration in Contemporary Hungary, Working Paper, Nov 2015

Articles on 'Lex CEU'