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Invitation: Diplomatic Fair, This Sunday
Xpats are cordially invited to the seventh edition of the Diplomatic Fair, organised by the Diplomatic Spouses of Budapest under the patronage of Mrs. Anita Herczegh, Spouse of the President of the Republic of Hungary (pictured above at this fair last year). Held in 2017 on 26 November from 10am to 4pm, the event will again raise funds for local children's charities.

"Visitors can buy goods from the stalls of Embassies from 45 countries, taste national dishes from 20 countries, and win great raffle prizes," Bridget Lindsay, President of DSB, told us.

Team XpatLoop have attended for many years, and highly recommend this exceptional expat community event - don't be put off by the enhance security this year, drivers see note below. more »
'Magic Lamp' Charity Evening, Hilton Budapest, 27 November
The Magic Lamp (Csodalámpa) Foundation, which has been granting wishes for kids with life-threatening illnesses for the past 14 years, is organizing a charity dinner use gala or nothing on November 27th at 18.30 at the Hilton Budapest (1014 Budapest, Hess András square 3. Castle District) with the help of its friends and supporters, among them Danubius Hotels and its charity ambassadors. more »
Family Affairs Cabinet Formed By Hungarian Govt
A Family Affairs Cabinet has been formed. The agenda of its first meeting featured the establishment of a demography policy institute under the name of sociologist Mária Kopp and a variety of family support measures, the Minister of Human Capacities and the Minister of State for Family, Youth and International Affairs said at a press conference held after the meeting. more »

Diplomatic Fair To Support Children Foundations, Hospitals


Diplomatic Fair To Support Children Foundations, Hospitals
Proceeds of this year’s Diplomatic Fair on November 26 will go towards supporting foundations helping children and hospitals, the head of the organiser Diplomatic Spouses of Budapest (DSB) said. more »

1st Parental Alienation Conference In Hungary, 30 November


1st Parental Alienation Conference In Hungary, 30 November
The ‘Fathers for Truth Association’ together with the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources, supported by XpatLoop.com and the ‘Young People in Need’ Non-Profit Organisation, present Hungary’s first conference on Parental Alienation. This international event in Budapest will raise awareness about a common yet often unrecognized and / or misinterpreted form of serious emotional abuse which negatively impacts children, targeted parents, families, and society, every day. more »

PISA: Hungarian Students Below Average In Problem-Solving


PISA: Hungarian Students Below Average In Problem-Solving
Hungarian students perform worse than average in the area of collaborative problem-solving, according to the 2015 PISA international assessment of educational attainment. In the OECD report released on Tuesday, Hungarian students had 472 points on this score, below the OECD average of 500 points. more »



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