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Govt To Launch Child Support Scheme For Hungarians Around The World
The government will launch a child support scheme next year to help all Hungarians around the world, Human Resources Minister Zoltan Balog confirmed in Canada. Starting in January 2018, every Hungarian mother, no matter where they give birth, will be offered a “baby bond” which involves a oneoff support and the possibility to take out a low-interest loan subsidised by the state until the child turns 18, Balog told a celebration marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in Niagara Falls. more »
Budapest To Host International Wagner Congress
Budapest is to host the International Wagner Congress from June 7 to 10, with around 300 delegates from 140 member societies in attendance, organisers told MTI on Tuesday. Participants are to view Richard Wagner’s Parsifal in Budapest’s Palace of Arts (Müpa) on Thursday, and Bartók’s Bluebeard’s Castle and Janos Vajda’s Mario and the Magician in the Opera on Friday. Eva Wagner-Pasquier, Wagner’s great-granddaughter, is expected to attend. more »
Budapest, Krakow Sign New Sister Cities’ Agreement
Budapest and Krakow have signed a new sister cities’ agreement, Budapest Mayor István Tarlós said at the opening of an exhibition titled On Common Path – Budapest and Krakow in the Middle Ages at the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow. more »

The Art Nouveau World Day, Museum Of Applied Arts, 10 June


The Art Nouveau World Day, Museum Of Applied Arts, 10 June
As the result of a Hungarian initiative the Art Nouveau World Day has been celebrated since 2013, and is already part of the official programme of the international Art Nouveau organisation Réseau Art Nouveau Network. On this day, several institutions from all over the world join in a series of programmes presenting this characteristic architectural and decorative style of the turn of the century. more »

Budapest Summer Festival - Season Opening Concert, 9 June


Budapest Summer Festival - Season Opening Concert, 9 June
The Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra starring: Hilary Hahn violin virtuosa - a Jubilee Evening of Mendelssohn on Friday 9 June at 8 pm on Margaret Island, at the Open-Air Stage. more »

See What Happened @ BISB Graduation Ceremony, 3 June


See What Happened @ BISB Graduation Ceremony, 3 June
The community of The British International School Budapest came together to celebrate the graduation of its Class of 2017 last Saturday at the Intercontinental Budapest. The event was attended by over 250 students, parents, teachers and guests, including Dr Michael Ignatieff PC CM, President and Rector of CEU, and Her Britannic Majesty’s Ambassador Iain Lindsay OBE (pictured below). more »



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