What can the Hungarian Constitutional Court do after the quota decision of the European Court of Justice?
The government should initiate democratic discussion on the seventh amendment of the Fundamental Law instead of engaging in political bargaining.
The circumstances of the emergence of the sixth amendment on terror threat are still unclear.
In its open letter addressed to Minister of Human Capacities. EKINT wishes to point out that the decision of the Senate of Debrecen University is unla
Together with other NGOs Eötvös Károly Policy Institute takes action against the dangerous spread of the Russian model at the Strasbourg Court.
EKINT’s standpoint on civil disobedience and an open letter to Viktor Orbán PM and László Trócsányi Minister of Justice
EKINT's answer to CÖF's request for data.
EKINT's standpoint on the draft bill on secret information gathering for national security purposes.
EKINT has filed a request for disclosing data of public interest. It assumes with due reason that it has been subject to secret information gathering.
EKINT won’t give it up: there must be social debate on the secret surveillance of citizens!
The European Court of Human Rights' judgement in the case of secret surveillances in Hungary is available now in Hungarian.
Analysis of civil disobedience and the right to strike by Eötvös Károly Policy Institute.
Analysis of party politics and politicians’s presence at school ceremonies.
EKINT's human rights expert Nóra Köves's article. Originally published on the website of Heinrich Böll Stiftung.
Eötvös Károly Policy Institute’s statement on the result of the “quota-referendum” held on 2 October.