Visegrad NGO People

Visegrad NGO People

Marek Svoboda (CEELI Institute, Prague), Fanni Bársony (MET), Tímea Molnár (Amnesty International, Budapest), Jolana Turnerová (Spiralis, Prague), Lukáš Zorád (PDCS, Bratislava), András Lukács (Humán Platfor, Budapest)

Fanni Bársony participated at a study tour organised by the Polish Fundacja Edukacja dla Demokracji in Warsaw and Lublin between 25 February and 1 March 2019. At the meeting of civil groups, Polish, Czech, Hungarian and Slovak participants discussed how to cope with the political pressure on civil society in the region.

On 12 September 2017 thirty-one Hungarian NGO-s, including HES, signed a joint declaration to draw the attention of the Organisation for the Security and Cooperation in Europe to the shrinki
Kata Nagy participated at the NGO Market 2019 organised by the Forum 2000 Foundation on 10 April 2019 in Prague, attended by more than 200 non-profit organisations.
On 26 October 2017 at an event in Debrecen organised by Civilizáció, a grouping of Hungarian civil organizations formed as a response to the attacks of the Hungarian government against the civil society, nin
The Hungarian Europe Society, together with many other civil organisations, protested against the incendiary poster subtitled Stop! at the beginning of April 2018, which were placed by the Hungarian government on th
On 29 August 2017 HES and twenty-two other NGO-s filed a challenge with Hungary's constitutional