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A pro-European vision for the European Union – the perspective of the Visegrad countries:  Summary discussion paper of the V4Europe Project

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Pro-European vision for the European Union from the perspective of the Visegrad countries: The summary discussion paper of the V4Europe project has been published in July, edited by István Hegedűs, András Radnóti, Zsuzsanna Szelényi, Zsuzsanna Végh and Erik Uszkiewicz.

Lessons of the PERC-3 Index

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The research group of the Hungarian Europe Society presented its third report entitled "What Does the PERC Indicator Show?" about the attitudes of the Hungarian political parties towards the European Union on 28 March 2018 at the Center for Independent Journalism. Members of the team were Fanni Bársony, Emma Gothár, István Hegedűs, Györgyi Kocsis, Kata Nagy, Zsuzsanna Németh, Monika Pál, András Schweitzer, Zselyke Tófalvi, Erik uszkiewicz and Zsuzsanna Végh.

Migrants, Asylum-seekers, Rights and Parallel Societies

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Tamás Molnár, member of the Hungarian Europe Society, researcher at the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights in Vienna, made a presentation entitled "After the European refugee crisis - still in the same operational mode?" at the Brussels seat of HES on 1 February 2018.

Defeating Populism

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François Pauli és Milada Anna Vachudova

The Hungarian Europe Society organised an international workshop entitled "V4Europe - Pieces of Populism in Europe and How To Overcome the Challange" on 8 June 2017 at the co-working space Kaptár in co-operation with the Institute of European Democrats  (IED) and with the support of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Parallel Political Realities

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The Hungarian Europe Society organised an international workshop at the Central European University, Budapest on 30 May 2016. The invited experts discussed how the Visegrad countries reacted to the refugee crisis. The partners of HES were the representatives of the Europeum Institute for European Policy from Prague, the Human Rights Institute from Bratislava, and the Centre for Direct Democracy Studies at the University of Białystok. The host of the event was the CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies. The project is supported by the Friedrich Naumann Stiftung für die Freiheit.

Citizen Rights: European Call for Application 

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The Budapest event of the NGO training programme is co-organised by HES.
Citizens, civil society activists, members of movements, organisations and networks from across Europe are invited TO APPLY for a transnational activist training programme for the defence and extension of fundamental and citizenship rights, being carried out across six cities in Europe from summer 2015 to spring 2016.

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