Hungarian Civil Liberties Union

Org #12656
Vetted since 2012
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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... read more

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Project Leaders
Stefania Kapronczay, Mate Szabo, Tivadar Huttl, Borbala Fernezelyi, Judit Zeller, Ilona Boros, Dalma Dojcsak, Emese Pasztor, Zoltan Bognar, Szabolcs Hegyi, Attila Szabo
Organization Information
Tatra utca 15/b
Budapest, Budapest 1136
Organization Information
Tatra utca 15/b
Budapest, Budapest 1136

Project Reports

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Feb 9, 2016
New Year - Renewed Drugreporter!
Dear Drugreporter Supporter, The new year has brought significant and positive changes in the life of Drugreporter: having originated with the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (HCLU, we are continuing...
Nov 12, 2015
Video Reports from the Harm Reduction Conference
Dear Supporter, if you could not attend the International Harm Reduction Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, don't worry: the Drugreporter video advocacy team was there to film the event. We were...
Sep 8, 2015
Room for Change campaign
Drugreporter, in cooperation with seven other NGOs, proudly presents the new international campaign Room for Change—because we need to change the way we respond to urban drug problems.   In...
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