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Hungary’s Impoverished Roma Fear For Their Children’s Future
Betti tried to continue her studies but left because she was the only Gypsy at the school. Attila was completely dissuaded from studying. A “B” grade is a bad grade for Tünde, and Joseph doesn’t want to be a public works employee like his father. more »
Cultural Exchange: The Best Bridge Between People
‘We have a tradition of classical musical education all over Russia, not only in Moscow and St Petersburg. We want new Russian musicians to appear on the world classical stage, such as Georgievs, Matsuevs and Spivakovs’, - said Alla Manilova, Deputy Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation.
In 2013, ministries of two countries, the Republic of Hungary and the Russian Federation, signed a programme on collaboration in the sphere of culture and education. The Russian cultural festival took place in Budapest from 19 March to 3 April. more »
Giant Croatian Easter Egg Exhibited In Pécs
The extraordinary, two-metre attraction was erected in Pécs’s central Széchenyi tér. Similar giant Easter eggs have been made by craftsmen in Croatia’s Koprivnica-Križevci County, on the border with Hungary, since 2007 and the project has now become part of the region’s cultural heritage. more »

Xpat Opinion: Partisan Divisions Make Hungarians Unhappy


Xpat Opinion: Partisan Divisions Make Hungarians Unhappy
Commenting on a European survey according to which Hungarians are among the unhappiest nations on the continent, a former liberal politician argues for fair political discourse and dialogue across the political frontlines. more »

'A Wine Filled Year': Book Signing & Wine Tasting, Brody Studios, 9 April


'A Wine Filled Year': Book Signing & Wine Tasting, Brody Studios, 9 April
“As a diplomatic spouse, I couldn’t have chosen a better profession than Fine-Art Photographer. It’s an incredibly portable craft, and there’s a world of gorgeous subject matter out there” says Brian. more »

Hungarian Writer Nominated For Man Booker Prize


Hungarian Writer Nominated For Man Booker Prize
Hungarian writer László Krasznahorkai is among the ten nominees for the 2015 Man Booker Prize. This year, the jury selected writers from ten countries – authors from Hungary, Libya (Ibrahim al-Koni), Mozambique (Mia Couto), Guadeloupe (Maryse Condé), South Afrika (Marlene van Niekerk) and the Republic of the Congo (Alain Mabanckou) are among the select ten top literary figures for the first time. more »



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