Dossier: Focus on Hungary
The Heinrich Böll Foundation is compiling a dossier containing articles on the situation in Hungary since the right-wing government came to power in April 2010. The arguments and opinions presented in the dossier provide an acute, sometimes trenchant critique of the current government and its policies. We see our role in supporting the democratic voices in Hungary and raising public attention in Europe with regard to critical developments in our common political space.
We hope that this dossier will help our readers get a better grasp of the controversies surrounding the socio-political changes in Hungary, and thereby involve members of the European public in the crucial debate on democracy in a changing Europe. This debate is not limited to current developments in Hungary. We see democracy as a never-finished task. There is no guarantee against retrogression, and it’s always up to citizens to reinforce democratic structures and procedures through their engagement in the public sphere.
- Hungary after the election: Continuing on Orbán’s path
12.Apr.2018 - 12:47
- Sorry, not sorry
28.Feb.2018 - 14:44
- Hungarian elections in April will be neither free nor fair
23.Feb.2018 - 12:38
- Hungary is to demolish critical NGOs with new bills
21.Feb.2018 - 17:51
- Hungary 2017: Detained refugees, persecuted NGOs, lack of legal certainty
29.Dec.2017 - 12:09
- The game of hope – Asylum seekers at the Serbian-Hungarian border
11.Dec.2017 - 14:15
- Márton Gulyás: “There is no other option than a nonviolent civil disobedience movement”
23.Nov.2017 - 10:50
- Budapest gratuliert!
13.Oct.2017 - 14:28
- Hungary: a state captured by Russia
11.Oct.2017 - 12:05
- Orbán’s theatrical struggle against big, bad Berlin
04.Oct.2017 - 13:54