CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Hungarian American Coalition's John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program for Spring 2020
The Hungarian American Coalition is now accepting applications for its 2020 Spring John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program (LTP).
2nd International Conference on Family Policy
To share best practices and exchange ideas for the future, on December 4, the Embassy of Hungary, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Embassy of Brazil co-hosted a conference in Washington, DC on family policy. Mrs. Katalin Novák, Hungarian Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs, as well as a wide variety of speakers from the U.S., Hungary, Poland, and Brazil met to discuss Hungary’s pro-family policies and strategize on how they can work together to create family-friendly systems and policies.
30 Years of Freedom - Plaque dedication ceremony at the Kossuth House is Washington D.C.
Celebrating 30 years of freedom and the restoration of democracy in Hungary, the Embassy of Hungary organized an official unveiling ceremony of a Memorial Plaque at the Kossuth House at 2001 Massachusetts Avenue, NW in Washington, DC on Friday, December 6, 2019, to commemorate the historic role of and recognizing the legacy of the Kossuth House in the service of the Hungarian American diaspora.
Budapest Salon with Deputy State Secretary Ferenc Kumin
The Budapest Salon, held on December 5 featured Deputy State Secretary for the Development of European and American Relations Ferenc Kumin on December 5 at the Hungarian Residence.
Joined forces in God - 2nd International Conference on Christian Persecution
Hungary raised its voice and led the way in support of persecuted Christians, but considering the breadth of the persecution Christians face today, saving them from extinction is not an effort one country can take on alone. Therefore Government of Hungary arranged the first International Conference on Persecuted Christians in 2017 and the second in 2019.