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

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

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

Follow Marcus Kinney’s Journey in Transylvania

Following in the steps of Lianna Hedrick, Sarah Agronow and Sarah Carroll, Marcus Kinney is our 4th Reconnect Transylvania+ Scholarship recipient. Having arrived to Kolozsvár/Cluj, Romania at the beginning of September, Marcus will stay in the unofficial capital of Erdély … Read More

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