EKINT’s standpoint on civil disobedience and an open letter to Viktor Orbán PM and László Trócsányi Minister of Justice
Junior researcher Domokos Lázár’s reaction to the standpoint of Fidelitas on entering universities
EKINT's reaction for the civil law that has been passed on 13 June 2017.
EKINT's response to the question of journalist István Lovas (Magyar Hírlap).
EKINT's reaction to the recently passed Taygetos law which increases the difficulties faced by students with minor disabilities in public education.
EKINT's reaction to Antal Rogán's statement made on 26 May
100 Hungarian artists ask the representatives not to vote for the stigmatizing law against the civil society.
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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.
Márta Pardavi (Hungarian Helsinki Committee) and László Majtényi (EKINT) talked about the new 'civil law' on RTL Klub.
EKINT’s statement on Origo news portal’s war of numbers.
On its press conference of 9 March the Civil Cooperation Forum (CÖF-CÖKA) expressed concern about the transparency of Eötvös Károly Institute.
Media coverage of the conference on university autonomy organised by EKINT on 23 February 2017.
Joint statement of HCLU and EKINT calls upon the ombudsman to investigate the regulation of final exams in vocational high schools.
EKINT's riposte to the article of the government-backed daily Magyar Idők.
A summary of EKINT’s viewpoint on recent governmental attacks against NGOs
Video on 'EKINT Academy' in Auróra on 1 December 2016.
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.
The Eötvös Károly Policy Institute’s model regulation on the university ombudsman is now available for universities.
EKINT’s guidelines on discussing politics at the university map the basic framework and the boundaries of talking politics at the university.
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 churches deprived of their church status cannot give effect to the judicial decisions that have established the violation of their rights.
Transcripts of the presentations on the Free Church in a Free State conference held on 3 October 2014 are now available in Hungarian.
On the 3rd of October, 2014 a conference was held on the issue of freedom of religion in Hungary organized by Eötvös Károly Policy Institute.
Eötvös Károly Policy Institute’s (EKINT) background analysis to the „Free Church in a Free State” conference held on 3 October 2014.