How to integrate refugees? MP Aydan Özoğuz, former German Minister of State for Integration, will discuss this issue among other experts in Budapest.
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What Germans think about migration: A summary of the study.
On average, wages in Hungary remain in the lower third of the EU 15. Although there have been significant increase in wages in recent years, the...
A new guide tries to clear up common misconceptions on migration – by checking both pro as well as anti-migration arguments.
The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung is the oldest political foundation in Germany. It is committed to the fundamental values of social democracy and a policy of freedom, solidarity and social justice around the world.
The FES has been represented in Budapest since 1990. The aim of our work in Hungary is to promote democracy, the rule of law and the development of an active civil society and contribute to the socially responsible shaping of social change. We are committed to the European idea and support regional and global cooperation across borders.
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is the oldest political foundation in Germany with a rich tradition dating back to its foundation in 1925. Today, it remains loyal to the legacy of its namesake and campaigns for the core ideas and values of social democracy: freedom, justice and solidarity. It has a close connection to social democracy and free trade unions.