Number 12

Summer 2003.
Participation, movimients and human rights

CONTENTS
Main Articles

PARTICIPATION, MOVIMIENTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS


Máté Szabó: Civil Society and Security Reform in Hungary (1989-2002)
Peter A. Ulram: Participation and Political Culture in Central and Eastern Europe (1990–2000)
Marc Morjé Howard: Free Not to Participate: Why Post-Communist Citizens Do Not Join Voluntary Organizations?
Ashok Kumar Upadhyay: Reflections on the Theoretical Development of Concept of Justice
Juan de Dios Andrade: The Lessons of Dismantlement of the Party-state in Mexico
Julia Isabel Flores: The Culture of Democracy in Mexico: Citizens Participation and Political Change in the Year 2000
Zsolt Boda, Balázs Kiss and Kata Berta: Campaign on the Net. Parties, Papers and Palavers in the 2002 Hungarian Elections

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
International Visegrad Fund
CEPSA Annual Meeting in Vilnius
”Teaching Political Science” – epsNET Conference in Marburg
“Enviromental Law and Policy” – Euroconference in Austria
Special issue of ”Politique européenne” about the EU Enlargement

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Catherine Dupré: Importing the Law in Post-communist Transitions by Imre Lévai
Lithuanian Political Science Yearbook 2001 by Endre Domonkos