Researchers’ foreign-language publications


– 2020 –

Deres Petronella – Windt Szandra

The characteristics of trafficking in human beings in Hungary and Romania
Archiwum Kryminologii, 2020/1. 22 p. 

– 2019 –


Szilveszter Póczik – Eszter Sárik

Vigilante militias and activities against Roma and migrants in Hungary
In: Bjørgo, Tore – Mareš, Miroslav (eds.): Vigilantism Against Migrants and Minorities
Routledge, Oxon–New York, 2019, pp. 103–128.

László Tibor Nagy – Orsolya Bolyky

Research on Multiple Homicide in Hungary
Revista Acadêmica, Vol. 2, 2018, pp. 225–242. 

– 2018 –

Anna Kiss – Krisztina Farkas

Position of Victim in Hungary with Special Regard to the Efficiency of Criminal Proceeding
In: Jozef Andraško – Juraj Hamuľák – Michaela Kahounová (eds.): Constitutional, Statutory and Criminological Attributes for Crime Victims. Bratislava Legal Forum 2018. Collection of Papers from the International Academic Conference 22nd – 23rd of February 2018. = Ústavnoprávne, stavnoprávne, zákonné a kriminologické atribúty o obetiach trestných činov. Bratislavské právnické fórum 2018. Zborník príspevkov z medzinárodnej vedeckej konferencie 22. - 23. februára 2018. Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Law, Bratislava, 2018, pp. 86–97.

Eszter Sárik – Szilveszter Póczik – Orsolya Bolyky

Report on the annual conference of the European Society of Criminology in Sarajevo
Ügyészségi Szemle, vol. 3, no. 3, (2018) 62–78. 

Katalin Parti – Tibor Kiss – Gergely Koplányi

"Architecture of aggression in cyberspace. Testing cyber aggression in young adults in Hungary"
International Journal of Cybersecurity Intelligence & Cybercrime, Vol. 1, Iss. 1, Article 6. (2018)
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Szilveszter Póczik – Eszter Sárik

Law and (B)Order: Will border fence and transit zones stop the asylum seekers wave on the Balkan route?
In: Kury, Helmut – Redo, Sławomir: Refugees and Migrants in Law and Policy. Challenges and Opportunities for Global Civic Education. Springer International Publishing, 2018, pp. 75–109.

Katalin Parti

Cyberbullying in Hungary (co-authors: Schmidt A., Néray B.)
In: Baldry, Anna Costanza – Blaya, Catherine – Farrington, David P. (eds.): Cyberbullying and Cybervictimization. Springer International Publishing, 2018, pp. 205–229

Katalin Parti

A model for providing bullying prevention programs to K-12 education while training future educators
(co-authors: Meghan K. McCoy, Elizabeth Kandel Englander)
In: Marilyn Campbell – Sheri Bauman (Eds.): Reducing Cyberbullying in Schools: International Evidence Based Best Practices. Elsevier, London, 2018, pp. 109–125.




Researchers' foreign-language publications

– 2017 –


Szilveszter Póczik – Eszter Sárik

Preliminary findings of the Hungarian researches in the frame of the PoMigra project – Lessons to learn from an international research cooperation
Ügyészségi Szemle, 2017/2., 101–119. o.

A. Tünde Barabás

Reconciliation and Victims’ Rights in the Continental Criminal Procedure
In: Barabás A. Tünde – Vókó György (szerk.): A bonis bona discere. Ünnepi kötet Belovics Ervin 60. születésnapja alkalmából
OKRI–Pázmány Press, Budapest, 2017, pp. 171–181.

Szilveszter Póczik

Muslim radicals from the Balkans and Hungary in the Syrian war – A comparative study with focus on social history and security policy
In: Plywaczewski, Emil W. – Guzik-Makaruk, Ewa M. (eds.): Current problems of the penal law and criminology / Aktuelle Probleme des Strafrechts und der Kriminologie. Wydawnictwo C.H. Beck, Warsaw, 2017, 708–722.

Eszter Sárik

Some thoughts about the new Criminal Procedure Act in Hungary
Balkan Criminology Newsletter, vol. 1, 2017, pp. 3–4.

Szandra Windt

Illegal activities related to illegal migration in Hungary
In: Adem Sözüer (ed.): 4th International Crime and Punishment Film Festival, ’Migration’. Academic Papers, Ankara, 2017, 759–775.



– 2016 –


Tünde A. Barabás

Victims of Burglary
In: Barabás A. Tünde – Belovics Ervin (eds.): Sapiens in Sapientia. Ünnepi kötet Vókó György 70. születésnapja alkalmából
OKRI–Pázmány Press, Budapest, 2016, pp. 321–336.

Petra Bárd

Petra Bárd – Wouter Van Ballegooij: Mutual Recognition and Individual Rights: Did the Court get it Right?
New Journal of European Criminal Law, Vol. 7, 2016, pp. 437–462.

Márton Varju – Nóra Chronowski – Gábor Sulyok – Petra Bárd: Hungary: Constitutional (R)evolution or Regression?
In: Anneli Albi (ed.): The role of national constitutions in European and global governance
T. M. C. Asser Press, Hága–Cambridge, 2016

Petra Bárd – Judit Bayer: A comparative analysis of media freedom and pluralism in the EU Member States
European Parliament, Brussels, 2016, pp. 185
electronical version:

Sergio Carrera – Elspeth Guild – Dimitry Kochenov (with thematic contribution by Wim Marneffe): An EU mechanism on Democracy, the Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights
Center for European Policy Studies, Brussels, 2016, p. 234

Petra Bárd – Andrea Borbíró: Victims' rights developments in the EU
In: Marcel Szabó, Réka Varga, Petra Lea Láncos (Eds.): Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law 2015
The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2015, pp. 495–521.

The benefits of the EU from a criminal law perspective, 2016

Szilveszter Póczik

Grundzüge der Geschichte der Roma in Ungarn ab Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts bis heute – Eine historische Skizze
In: Rudolf Kropf – Gert Polster (Hg.): Roma und Sinti von 1938 bis zur Gegenwart Tagungsband der 36. Schlaininger Gespräche 21–25. September 2015.
Wissenschaftliche Arbeiten aus dem Burgenland (WAB), Bd. 158. Eisenstadt, 2016, S. 347–369.

Roma-Gruppen in Ungarn bis Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts – Eine historische Skizze
In: Rudolf Kropf – Gert Polster (Hg.): Die Volksgruppe der Roma und Sinti bis 1938. Tagungsband der 34. Schlaininger Gespráche 14-18. September 2014.
Wissenschaftliceh Arbeiten aus dem Burgenland (WAB). Bd. 157. Eisenstadt 2016, pp. 29–44.

Foreign Fighters from the Balkans and Hungary in the Middle East
Defence Review – The central journal of the Hungarian Defence Forces, vol. 144, spec. iss. 2016/1., pp. 52–70.

Trafficking in Humans in Hungary – Perpetrators, Victims, Prevention and Prosecution
In: Töttel, Ursula – Bulanova-Hristova, Gergana – Flach, Gerhard (eds.): Research Conferences on Organized Crime at the Bundeskriminalamt in Germany, Vol III. Transnational Organized Crime 2013–2015. Polizei und Forschung, Vol. 48. Bundeskriminalamt, Luchterhand Verlag,Wiesbaden, 2016, pp. 107–113.





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