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.
The proposed amendment of the Fundamental Law has to be rejected. Public and expert deliberation on counterterrorism must be started anew.
More than 100 Hungarian NGOs and tens of thousands of people joined and demonstrated at the “Heroes’ veto” event on Budapest’s iconic Heroes’ Square.
Bernadette Somody (EKINT), Stefánia Kapronczay (Hungarian Civil Liberties' Union) and Márta Pardavi (Hungarian Helsinki Committee) on Index.hu.
EKINT's standpoint on "lex CEU".
EKINT’s statement on Origo news portal’s war of numbers.
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.
Open letter to Sándor Pintér, Minister of Interior Affairs to publish the draft of the law on secrect surveillances.
Szilárd Németh promised to send the secret services against NGOs.
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.
Parents should listen to their children’s opinion before they decide whether to send them to school or let them stay at home on 29th February.
The ombudsman maintains - in line with EKINT's arguments - that the existence of University Consistories does not comply with the Fundamental Law.
Concluding article about EKINT’s university forums by Eszter Kiss and Domokos Lázár published in Élet és Irodalom on 1st July 2016.
Eötvös Károly Policy Institute’s statement on the result of the “quota-referendum” held on 2 October.
22 NGOs protesting against the inhuman politics of the Hungarian government against refugees in a joint statement.
A complex, analysing study about the background and the implications of the "quota-referendum" by the Eötvös Károly Policy Institute.