New Ukrainian Law on National Minorities Misses the Mark

Hungarian Minority Parties Issue Critical Statement Political parties representing the interests of the 150,000-strong Hungarian national minority in Ukraine published the following joint statement, expressing their disappointment with the Ukrainian Parliament’s new law on national minorities. The law “fails to … Read More

Significant Advance for Linguistic Rights in Romania

Minority-related Public Art and Monuments Will Have Bilingual Inscriptions Henceforth, all commemorative plaques, public art, and installations or monuments connected to the Hungarian community in Romania must have an inscription in Hungarian as well as Romanian. Initiated by the Democratic … Read More

Special Guest from Beregszász, Ukraine

The Hungarian Human Human Rights Foundation and Kossuth Foundation Cordially Invite You to:A Special Evening with Natália Váradi Visiting the U.S. from Beregszász, Kárpátalja (Berehove, Transcarpathia), Ukraine for just one week, Dr. Váradi is making a special trip to Washington. … Read More

HHRF Human Rights Workshop on Hungarian Minorities

The Hungarian Human Rights Foundation is hosting a no-cost Human Rights Workshop in Washington, DC on November 30, followed by a special evening with Dr. Natália Váradi, visiting the U.S. from Beregszász, Kárpátalja (Berehove, Transcarpathia), Ukraine. See the program below.  During the day you’ll go to the Hill, get hands-on training, … Read More

HHRF Responds to New York Times Article on Hungarians in Ukraine

HHRF president Zsolt Szekeres submitted the following, as of yet unpublished letter to the editor of the New York Times in response to the June 16, 2022 article entitled “In Ukraine, a Minority Group Feels Ambivalence About the War”:Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/16/world/europe/ethnic-hungarians-ukraine-war.html

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