Families are forced to live on the streets on a daily basis in Hungary. Families torn apart like this are separated and struggle to come together again. This could all be avoided with a couple of amendments to the law. To achieve this, the organization A Város Mindenkié (The City is for All) and platform aHang have begun an important campaign.
On 26th of October, a group of 13 Roma people wanted to enter Gozsdu Court to have a drink and chat. They arrived here after an international conference, but one of Gozsdu’s security guards told them they could not enter. He did not explain why, he only said that it was private property open to...
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The answer of those who provide home care for a family member 24/7 is a resounding "yes". The Hungarian government, however, is reluctant to recognize it as a job and provide much-needed funds.
According to the We Are the Majority group, the fairness of the elections has been compromised in many ways, but the gravest problems at the moment are party media built from public money and the restriction of the freedom of press.
Over 4000 emails sent to the company that claim to remove hate-inciting posters paid by the Hungarian government.
Roma celebrities are supporting an awareness campaign by Khetane and aHang (the Hungarian Voice).
During a campaign for renovating the Mátészalka-Debrecen railway line.
Citizens in both Budapest and the countryside are full of questions, so a responsible prime ministerial candidate would have plenty of things to discuss.
‘For this reason, civil society groups have launched a petition for doubling the family allowance which practically has not been raised in 10 years - it is still just over HUF 12,000.’