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Literary Dinner: James Bartholomew @ Bródy Studios, 30 July
Join us to hear James Bartholomew talk about his book ‘The Welfare of Nations’. The twentieth century experienced an epochal war between capitalism and communism, but the real winner of the conflict, Bartholomew argues, was welfare statism. The defining form of government of our age, welfare states have spread across the advanced world and are changing the very nature of modern civilisation. more »
Republikon Holds Conference On LGBT Rights In Hungary
Politicians of several opposition parties told a conference organised by political think-tank Republikon Institute that they support granting equal rights to the LGBTQ community. The conference on LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) rights was attended by politicians of the Socialist Party, LMP, the Democratic Coalition (DK), Dialogue for Hungary (PM), Együtt and the Liberal party. more »
Summer Festivals Receive Nearly HUF 500m From State
Hungary’s summer festivals are receiving a total of nearly 500 million forints (EUR 1.6m) state support this year, an official of the Ministry of Human Resources said. State secretary Bence Rétvári told a press conference that the Sziget Festival in Budapest, the Volt Festival in Sopron in western Hungary and the Balaton Sound festival are getting a combined 150 million forints (EUR 476,000). more »

VeszprémFest 2015, Until 19 July


VeszprémFest 2015, Until 19 July
Veszprémfest is an 12-year-old, dynamically developing, large-scale cultural event creating true values for lovers of art and quality music from Veszprém and from the whole country. For several days of every summer the event offers the most accomplished, world-class performers from various musical genres, be it classical music, world music, opera, jazz or pop music. more »

Budapest Pride Festival, Until 11 July


Budapest Pride Festival, Until 11 July
Budapest Pride Festival began on 3 July with the official opening ceremony! This year’s motto "Empowered by 20 years” allows us take a look back at the past two decades of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) tradtions, and refers to the power of the community, its (self) organization and presence, which can be the only way to achieve equal rights and social justice. more »

Budapest Pride Festival Week Begins


Budapest Pride Festival Week Begins
Actor and director Róbert Alföldi opened the Budapest Pride Festival for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and queer community on Friday evening at the Holdudvar club on Margaret Island. Cultural, artistic and public affairs programmes are scheduled for the week-long festival, culminating in the annual parade next Saturday. more »



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