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Xpat Opinion: Hungary’s Vanishing Social Welfare System
2015 brought many changes to Hungary’s social welfare system. From March 2015 needy families now receive far less social assistance than before. A number of programs were eliminated. In their place, local governments can offer so-called “settlement assistance”, but who receives how much is now entirely left up to the local governments. more »
Fewer, Older Hungarians By 2060
By 2060 the population of Hungary (9.9 million today) might fall by 2 million, every third Hungarian might be over 65 and the number of childless families might steeply rise. The Demographic Research Institute of the Central Statistical Office has issued the three-yearly Demographic Portrait of Hungary 2015. more »
More Than Half Of Hungarians Below 40 Pro-Marriage
More than half of Hungarians below the age of 40 support marriage, according to a survey by Kód Market, Opinion and Media Research Institute commissioned by online news portal 888.hu. Fully 56% of the survey’s respondents agreed with the statement that “marriage forms the basis of a regular family life”, the website said. more »

Now On: Éva Rónai Exhibition: Rescuing Our Forefather, Budapest Gallery


Now On: Éva Rónai Exhibition: Rescuing Our Forefather, Budapest Gallery
Éva Rónai is a defining figure of Hungarian textile art. She creates her works using the demanding French tapestry technique on an upright loom, which is very time-consuming and requires tremendous patience, energy, and physical fortitude. Despite her use of a traditional tapestry technique and her choice of biblical-mythical subject matter, her works are surprisingly realistic. more »

January Highlights At The Hungarian State Opera


January Highlights At The Hungarian State Opera
In the first month of the New Year, the Hungarian State Opera offers a selection of premieres and concerts at the Opera House and the Erkel Theatre featuring international guest soloists and conductors. more »

Hungary’s President: Let Love Be Our Compass In 2016


Hungary’s President: Let Love Be Our Compass In 2016
President János Áder focused on the importance of “love, empathy, assistance, goodwill, and humility” in his televised address broadcast in the first minutes of 2016. “Let love be our compass,” the president said, and wished peace to Europe and the world, success to Hungary, and a “very happy New Year” to its people. more »



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