Zsigmond Rekasi, student protester 25 regulations have been modified HCLU at the Roma Pride Day - '17 October Demonstration for the NGOs - '17 April

Hungarian Civil Liberties Union

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The Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (HCLU) is a non-profit human rights watchdog NGO established in Budapest, Hungary in 1994. The HCLU operates independently of political parties, the state or any of its institutions. Its aim is to promote the case of fundamental rights and principles laid down by the Constitution of the Republic of Hungary and by international conventions. Generally it has the goal of building and strengthening the civil society and rule of law in Hungary and the CEE region. The HCLU strives to educate citizens about their basic human rights and freedoms, and takes stand against undue interference and misuse of power by those in positions of authority. Its main activities...

Project Leaders
Stefania Kapronczay
Stefania Kapronczay, Mate Szabo, Balazs Bartakovics, Anna Kertesz, Tamas Kardos, Marton Asboth, Eszter Jovanovics, Dalma Dojcsak, Anita Koncsik, Tivadar Huttl, Szabolcs Hegyi, Attila Mraz
Organization Information
Tatra utca 15/b
Budapest, Budapest 1136

  BRIDGE# 0218237027
Organization Information
Tatra utca 15/b
Budapest, Budapest 1136

  BRIDGE# 0218237027

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Protect Freedom in Hungary!
Hungary / Human Rights

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Feb 6, 2018
New year, new challenges
New year has come with new challenges for HCLU. In the past three months we have worked on many cases to protect civil liberties in Hungary. New impetus was given to the crackdown on independent civil...
Oct 24, 2017
The Autumn after the unlawful NGO Act
Since our last newsletter the case of the unlawful NGO Act has gone further: on July 13th, one month after the Hungarian Parliament had adopted the Act on the Transparency of NGOs funded from abroad,...
Jul 6, 2017
We're here to stay and to continue our work.
The Unlawful NGO Act is bound to fail. In the last couple of months the government and the ruling party increased the intensity of their anti-NGO communication and on June 13the Hungarian Parliament...
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