István Hegedűs gave an interview to the online radio Hungarian BroadCaster News Station about current European Union political issues on 3 July 2020.
On 7 July 2020 the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs at John Cabot University, in collaboration with The Ohio State University and the Hungarian Europe Society, held a online panel discussion on the topic "Pandemic in Central and Eastern Europe".
On 1 July 2020 Edit Zgut, researcher at the Polish Academy of Sciences analysed the outcome of the first round of the presidential elections in Poland in her presentation. At the beginning of the meeting Wojciech Przybylski, the editor-in-chief of Visegrad Insight talked about the election campaign on Zoom from Warsaw.
"The relations between China and the European Union in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic" was the title of the online presentation held by Tamás Matura, China expert, lecturer at Budapest Corvinus University on 29 April 2020.
Declaration of the Hungarian Europe Society*
The wave of protests in Belarus provoked by the fraudulent presidential election has been going on uninterrupted for three weeks. The Lukashenko regime is deploying ruthless police violence.
Declaration of the Hungarian Europe Society on the publication of Nézőpont Institute
We might even welcome the arduous work of Nézőpont Institute - albeit with taxpayers' money - to gather serious Hungarian and international criticisms of the Orbán government's Authorisation Act*.
The Hungarian Europe Society signed a letter together with academic researchers and NGO-os on 29 April 2020 urging European Commission's Vice-President Věra Jourová and Commissioner Didier Reynders to stand firmly with the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary in Poland.
Thirteen NGO-s, including the Hungarian Europe Society, members of the Civilizáció group protested against the decision of the National Media Authority on 21 October 2019.