Péter Kállai


Short Bio:

Péter Kállai is an assistant professor at Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Social Sciences and received his PhD degree in the Interdisciplinary Social Research Program in Sociology, focusing on the political rights of ethnic minorities in Europe. He earned his MA degree at the same institution in International Relations with a specialization in International Human Rights. He is also an editor at the Hungarian human rights quarterly, Fundamentum.

Selected Publications:

Kállai, Péter and Nagy, Alíz. “Parliamentary Representation of Nationalities and Kin-Minorities – Hungary’s Biased Electoral System.” European Yearbook of Minority Issues, vol. 17, issue 1, pp. 171–189.

Körtvélyesi, Zsolt and Majtényi, Balázs and Kállai, Péter. "Binding Principles and Contested Concepts: The Principles of Equality, Indivisibility and Universality before the Human Rights Council" In: Wolfgang, Benedek; Matthias, C. Ketteman; Reinhard, Klaushofer; Karin, Lukas; Manfred, Nowak (szerk.) European Yearbook on Human Rights 2017 Wien, Ausztria : Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag (NWV), 2017, pp. 267-285.

Kállai, Péter. "Az alkotmányos patriotizmustól a nemzeti és etnikai kisebbségek parlamenti képviseletéig" Fundamentum XVI/4, 2012, pp. 43-64.

HU 2019.10.02.