The following lecture was given in 1993 at the beginning of the academic year at the Central European University which just moved to Budapest then:
The exhibition focuses on the rootless nature and the fall of three Hungarian Republics established in 1918, in 1946 and in 1989–1990. It searches for the reason why the notion of republic is so weak and fragile within the framework of Hungarian politics; and looks at how this characteristic continuously leads to the emergence of authoritarian regimes.
 Krisztina Tóth: Postponement The exhibition that I am about to open is not a standard exhibition.  As you can see, there are no pictures on the wall. 
September 28 is the International Right to Know Day when civil organizations, professional institutions, journalists, and what is most important, citizens celebrate the right to access to public information – or where such a right legally does not exist, urge its adoption. Blinken OSA, the custodian of documents from recent history, has always regarded making these documents publicly available as one of its main mission.
Blinken OSA's George Mason University intern in the 2018 spring term reflected on the time he spent working at the archives.  Andrew Millin is a student in conflict analysis and resolution, during his time at Blinken OSA he worked on the Archives and Refugees project.
The Poland 1968 Digital Collection focuses on the March 1968 Polish student rebellion and its aftermath.
Boróka Parászka's speech at the European Press Prize Award ceremony at Blinken OSA on March 14, 2018.
Miklós Haraszti's keynote speech at the European Press Prize Award ceremony at Blinken OSA on March 14 2018.  Miklos Haraszti is a journalist, human rights promoter, a visiting professor at Central European University,  Director of Research on Human Rights at the Center for European Neighborhood Studies, and Reseach Fellow  at the Center for Media, Data and Society. As a member of Hungary's parliament in the 1990s, he authored the country's first laws on press freedom. From 2004 to 2010, he directed the media freedom watchdog institution of the 56-nation Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). Recently, he headed the OSCE's observation missions for elections in the U.S. and in Kazakhstan. He has taught at several universities, including Bard College, Northwestern University, and the New School. In the past two years, he gave courses on global press freedom issues at Columbia University.
At the end of the year, as part of our efforts to make a difference in our smaller (or larger) community, Blinken OSA traditionally organizes charity actions. Last year, however, instead of donations, we collected stories: positive stories about inspiring people.
The early years of Central European University are in the focus of a Czech language book by Tereza Pospíšilová, now available in OSA's Library (Středoevropská univerzita v Praze a česká sociologie. Studie transnacionální filantropie. Sociologické nakladatelství, Praha, 2017).