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The Queen Of Sheba & Werther, Opera House Budapest, In October
At the weekend of 24 & 25 October 2015, the Hungarian State Opera presents two new productions at the Opera House and the Erkel Theatre. On 24 October, Karl Goldmark’s Die Königin von Saba (The Queen of Sheba) is presented in a large-scale production by Csaba Káel at the Erkel Theatre. more »
Hungary’s New Church Law Amendments
In future churches should be registered by courts based on legal provisions, according to a consultation paper on the church law published online on kormany.hu. The law in effect since January 1, 2012 originally recognised only 14 congregations as established churches but allowed other faiths to apply to parliament for recognition, dependent on the vote of a two-thirds majority. more »
New Integrated SOS Children’s Village Opens In Orosháza
The Hungarian Government’s childcare policy is focused on providing children with families, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog said on Monday at the official opening of the new SOS Children’s Village in Orosháza. The village was moved there from its previous location in Battonya. more »

Cabaret, Festival Theatre Budapest, 30 September


Cabaret, Festival Theatre Budapest, 30 September
In a format already familiar to Müpa audiences, the widest variety of artistic genres are woven together in the Babel Evening series. Despite the richness and diversity on offer, each production represents a coherent whole, irrespective of whether the performing artists belong to the mainstream or alternative scene, are adherents of tradition or experimentation, or are well-established names or newcomers awaiting discovery. more »

One World, One Humanity: Promoting Empathy


One World, One Humanity: Promoting Empathy
"This presentation seeks to promote empathy and understanding between groups in conflict. This is based in part on recent research conducted worldwide. Empathy is defined as: “the capacity to recognise emotions, thoughts and attitudes that are being experienced by others.” It should lead to greater understanding of others whether individuals or in groups. Two types of empathy are distinguished, cognitive empathy, and emotional empathy. The difference between the male and female gender are discussed in relation to empathy. The author asks: “Where is empathy in the current conflicts that exist worldwide?” Currently conflict exists between nations, religions and even within the same religion. Positive suggestions are made on how to reduce world tensions and to develop world harmony instead of current world disharmony." more »

World Press Photo Exhibit Opens In Budapest


World Press Photo Exhibit Opens In Budapest
The World Press Photo exhibition displaying legendary press photographs of the past 60 years opens at the Museum of Ethnography today. It will run through October 25. The pictures on display were selected from nearly 100,000 sent in by 5,692 reporters. more »



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