A Magyarországi Európa Társaság videóarchívuma, időrendben listázva. Valamennyi videó megtekinthető a YouTube csatornánkon is.

Please find the video archive of the Hungarian Europe Society below or watch it on our YouTube Channel.

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Martin Schulz signs the European Initiative for Media Pluralism.
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The event entiteld "Turkey and the European Union: Problems and Prospects" was organised by the Economic Development Foundation (IKV) in Istanbul, the Hungarian Europe Society, and the Center for EU Enlargement Studies at the Central European University. The one-day conference focused on Turkey’s current relations and accession process to the EU. It addressed the main and most current issues under discussion with regard to Turkey’s relations with the EU during the period of the Hungarian Council Presidency. The meeting had a general focus on the relations as a whole while at the same time concentrating on more specific EU-related issues. Date: 14 April 2011, Budapest Venue: Central European University, Popper Room Report One hour and twenty-two minutes long video on the conference The article of the online journal Index about the conference on 15 April 2011  
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The Hungarian Europe Society organised a workshop entitled “First Time Hungarian EU Presidency, First Time in a Trio” on 29-30 October 2010 at the Central European University in Budapest. The invited lecturers were Federigo Argentieri (Guarini Institute for Public Affairs, John Cabot University, Rome), Péter Balázs (Center for EU Enlargement Studies, Central European University), Anton Bebler (University of Ljubljana), Carme Colomina (CIDOB - Barcelona Centre for International Affairs), Gábor Iván (Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Agnieszka £ada (Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw), Piotr Maciej Kaczyñski (Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels), Martina Klicperova-Baker (Institute of Psychology, Academy of Sciences, Prague), Uwe Puetter (Central European University, Budapest), György Urkuti (Hungarian  Ministry for Foreign Affairs), Steven Van Hecke (University of Antwerp), and Jari Vilén (Embassy of Finland to Hungary). Hungary, as a relatively new member state of the European Union, has received extraordinary political tasks and unique chances from January 2010 onward: the country has been working in a “Trio Presidency” with Spain and Belgium in a tight cooperation based on a common programme. And first time in its history, Hungary will give the Presidency of the European Union in the first six months of 2011. Moreover, the Lisbon Treaty has just entered into force in the middle of a global economic crisis, creating particular challenges for all politicians, government officials, experts, and representatives of the civil society in Hungary. István Hegedűs was interviewed by Klubrádió on 5 November 2010. The article of the about the workshop on 2 November 2010. The article of the elnökség tudósító referred to the workshop on 6 January 2011. Piotr Maciej Kaczyñski was interviewed by Magyar Nemzet on 30 October 2010.