Discussion at the Buda Liberal Club

Discussion at the Buda Liberal Club

What are the consequences of the "unorthodox" economic policy of the last 8 years in Hungary? Are the artificially inflated business empires of the oligarchs going to collapse? Is Hungary ready to join the euro-zone? Is the  introduction of the unconditional basic income feasible and necessary in Hungary? These were the issues among others at the crossroads of politics and economy discussed on 19 February 2018 between Györgyi Kocsis and István Csillag, former Hungarian minister of the socialist - free democrat government.

Representing the Hungarian Europe Society, Györgyi Kocsis and Kata Nagy participated at the reception given by Budapest Mayor Gergely Karácsony, and Deputy Mayor Gábor Kerpel-Fronius on 20 November 2019 in the Capital City Hall to which more than ninety Hungarian civil organisations had been invi
At the annual meeting of the Hungarian Europe Society István Hegedűs was re-elected as chairman of the organisation on 3 November 2011. Jerzy Celichowski and Györgyi Kocsis have become the two vice-chairpersons.
Györgyi Kocsis gave an interview to the Civil Rádió programme '117 minutes' on 6 January 2015 concerning the history and the activities of the Hungarian Europe Society, and about the challenges facing the European Union in
Györgyi Kocsis attended a meeting on 23 November 2019 in Budapest between representatives of Hungarian NGOs, media-outlets and Marco Perduca, a former Italian senator and co-founder of the human rights defender organisation Science for Democracy.
On 25 May 2013, in the weekly HVG, Györgyi Kocsis analysed the position of the Hungarian Socialist Party on the potential disenfranchisement of the Hungarian government in the Council of the European Union.