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Contributions of Hungarian NGOs to the European Commission's Rule of Law Report - May 2020 Contribution to European Commission's Rule of Law annual review
Hungary Freedom of expression and media freedom, Rule of law, General

Eight Hungarian civil society organisations – Amnesty International Hungary (www.amnesty.hu), Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (www....Show details

Joint Submission to the 3rd Cycle of the Universal Periodic Review of Hungary on discrimination of Roma persons Stakeholder's contribution
Hungary Non-discrimination

The report on the discrimination of Roma people was the joint work of the Bódva-...Show details

Joint Submission to the 3rd Cycle of the Universal Periodic Review of Hungary by Civil Society Organizations Containing Follow-Up Information on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Stakeholder's contribution
Hungary Non-discrimination

The report on the discrimination of people living with disabilities was a result of collaboration between the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union, Validity Foundation...Show details

Joint submission by Amnesty International Hungary, Háttér Society, Hungarian Helsinki Committee and Hungarian Civil Liberties Union as Working Group Against Hate Crimes for the Third Cycle of the UPR of Hungary - 25 March 2021 Stakeholder's contribution
Hungary Non-discrimination, Rule of law

The report was written by the Gyűlölet-bűncselekmények...Show details

UPR report - submitted by members of the Child Rights NGO Coalition (Hungary) - March 2021 Stakeholder's contribution
Hungary Non-discrimination

The report of the NGO Coalition on the Rights of the Child deals with the disadvantages suffered by the Roma children and the ...Show details

Contributions of Hungarian NGOs to the European Commission's Rule of Law Report - March 2021 Contribution to European Commission's Rule of Law annual review
Hungary Freedom of expression and media freedom, Rule of law, General

Eight Hungarian civil society organisations cooperated to send responses on the rule of law situation in Hungary to the European Commission’s stakeholder consultation...Show details

Submission by five Hungarian NGOs to the UN Universal Periodical Review on shrinking civil space in Hungary (March 2021) Stakeholder's contribution
Hungary Freedom of assembly, Freedom of association, Social partners

Submission by five Hungarian NGOs to the UN Universal Periodical Review on shrinking civil space in Hungary (March 2021):
Ökotárs – Hungarian Environmental Partnership Foundation
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Submission by Amnesty International Hungary, the Eötvös Károly Institute, and the Hungarian Helsinki Committee for the third cycle of the Universal Periodic Review of Hungary Stakeholder's contribution
Hungary Rule of law

Three Hungarian civil society organisations – Amnesty International Hungary, the Eötvös...Show details

Rule of law EESC Country visit

Report on the country visit in Hungary, 29-30 April 2019

Hungary Rule of law

Many CSOs expressed serious concerns about the creation of a new parallel public administrative Court system and a new national judicial office. These...Show details

Non-discrimination EESC Country visit

Report on the country visit in Hungary, 29-30 April 2019

Hungary Non-discrimination

CSOs raised concerns about the general decrease in support for human rights protection and non-discrimination, including in relation to Roma, disability,...Show details

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