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| Flight, Migration, Integration in Europe, Flucht, Migration und Integration | Events, Veranstaltung

Looking behind the culture of fear

Fear and rejection of migrants and foreigners is so widespread in some European countries that it can be seen as a socially shared norm, while in...


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19.02.2018 | Social-political Dialogue | Events

The far-right in Hungary

"The Hungarian Far Right - Social Demand, Political Supply, and International Context" is the first English-language book on right-wing extremism and...


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12.02.2018 | Events

Welcome to the new homepage of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Budapest, Hungary

Here you can find more information about our topics, upcoming and past events as well as our publications.

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| Social-political Dialogue | Events

Healthcare in a just society

“What should a national public healthcare system look like in a just society?” This was the key question of the panel discussion on January 30...


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| Social-political Dialogue | Events

Hungarian Politics 2017

It is now for the fourth time that we have published a year-end survey in cooperation with the Think Tank „Policy Solutions“. The book, „Hungarian...


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| Flight, Migration, Integration in Europe | Events

Book Launch: „The Politics of Migration and the Future of the European Left”

Take a look at our newest collection of essays which take stock of how progressive political parties in Europe deal with migration.


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Thursday, 30.11.17 - Budapest | Events

Social Europe?

The new European pillar of social right, which mainly consists of equality of opportunities regarding the labour market, fair working conditions as...


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| Gender equality in East-Central Europe | Events

The political heritage of Anna Kéthly

Anna Kéthly (1889-1976) was one of the most predominant politicians of the Hungarian left in the 20th century.


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Tuesday, 31.10.17 - Budapest | Flight, Migration, Integration in Europe | Events

An Occasional Alliance or a new power in Europe? The V4s Coalition Building along the Refugee Issue?

There is a growing coalition forming around Hungary, linking the V4 countries and various nationalist/populist forces in European politics. This new...


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Tuesday, 24.10.17 - Budapest | Gender equality in East-Central Europe | Events

Regional and gender pay inequalities in Europe

One of the main goals of our event on 24 October 2017 was to discuss the links between the West-East and the gender pay inequalities.


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Wednesday, 18.10.17 to Saturday, 21.10.17 - Catania | Flight, Migration, Integration in Europe | Events

Journalism & the 'Migration Crisis'

What lessons should journalists draw from the “migration crisis”? Trying to find answers, journalists from twelve different European countries visited...


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Wednesday, 11.10.17 - Budapest | Gender equality in East-Central Europe | Events

Personal is political

Feminists initially used the phrase "personal is political" to mean that the treatment of women in the home and in the social sphere was a political...


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Monday, 22.05.17 - Budapest | Gender equality in East-Central Europe | Events

Dialogue on gender equality: Consumption and women’s rights

What is the role of economic actors in shaping our ideas about what it means to be a "real woman" or even a "good mother/parent“?


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Wednesday, 05.04.17 - Budapest | Gender equality in East-Central Europe | Events

Populist right, far right and gender in Europe

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Budapest held a conference in co-operation with the Departments of Political Science and Gender Studies of the CEU titled...


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Monday, 27.03.17 - Budapest | Gender equality in East-Central Europe | Events

Who should we entrust birth to?

In many countries of the East-Central European region, independent birth movements have emerged in recent years aiming at improving the present...


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Thursday, 19.01.17 | Social-political Dialogue | Events

Hungarian Politics 2017

On Janurary 19th, 2018 we will present the publication „Hungarain Politics in 2017”.


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