Top News on Hungarian Minorities in January 2024

February 5, 2024 MAGYARUL ALÁBB OLVASHATÓ   Top News on Hungarian Minorities in January 2024   SLOVAKIA New Government Commissioner for Minorities in Slovakia Tackles Challenges and Opposes Fund Merger At its December 20, 2023 meeting, the Slovak government appointed … Read More

Year-end newsletter 2023

The Hungarian Human Rights Foundation (HHRF) – and the Hungarian minority communities we serve – met this year’s challenges with ingenuity and determination. 

As we marked 47 years of service in 2023, the fate of the Hungarian communities in Ukraine, Romania, and Slovakia dominated the news and our focus of activities.
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Hungarian Minority Leaders from Romania in DC

Leaders representing the largest national minority in Romania, the 1.2 million-strong ethnic Hungarian community, visited Washington D.C. from November 27 to December 2 at the invitation of the New York-based Hungarian Human Rights Foundation.… Read More

Hunor Kelemen, President of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ) and Loránt Vincze, RMDSZ’s Member of the European Parliament representing the largest national minority in Romania, the 1.2 million-strong ethnic Hungarian community, will visit Washington D.C. from November 27 to December 2 at the invitation of the Hungarian Human Rights Foundation.… Read More

European Parliament Conference: Minority Rights in the EU Enlargement Process

Opportunity to hear from leaders of the Hungarian and Romanian minorities of Ukraine in a European Parliament Conference:

Minority Rights in the EU Enlargement Process

Organized by Lóránt Vincze, MEP and the Minority Intergroup in the European Parliament,
on Tuesday, May 23, 2023 from 10 am to 12 pm EST,
in Brussels and online.… Read More

Hungarian minorities need your help

The Hungarian Human Rights Foundation (HHRF) – and the Hungarian minority communities we serve – met this year’s challenges with ingenuity and determination. 

As we marked 46 years of service in 2022, the fate of the Hungarian communities in Ukraine, Romania, and Slovakia dominated the news and our focus of activities. … Read More

Ukrainian Town Officials Remove Hungarian Minority Symbol

Unnecessary Provocation against the Transcarpathian Hungarian Minority  On October 13, the Turul statue was removed suddenly from the obelisk of Mukachevo (Munkács) Castle by the Executive Committee of the Mukachevo City Council.¹ By October 25, the three-pronged harpoon serving as … Read More

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