The new national core curriculum would extend primary education from eight to nine years, reports Magyar Nemzet. The government decided last year to modify the national core curriculum (NAT), in part in response to the series of protests organized by the Tanítanék (I Would Teach) movement. One of the main questions regarding the new NAT […]
The Hungarian government’s position is softening dramatically in its negotiations with the State of New York over the fate of Budapest’s Central European University, the private institute of higher education founded by George Soros.
Political newcomer Momentum Movement has decided not to cooperate with other opposition parties in the run up to next year’s general election, nor will the new party meet or hold discussions with other politicians.
A new center-right political party by the name of Polgári Világ (Civil World) wants Hungary to join the Eurozone.
The editorial leadership of three county newspapers and one city paper belonging to publishing company Pannon Lapok Társasága (PLT) were fired suddenly Friday.
Cervical cancer screening done by government social health workers helps women in smaller settlements to get crucial care, reports abcug.hu. Three times more women die of cervical cancer in Hungary than the EU average, although if the illness is diagnosed in time the chances of recovery are very good. Serious cases are often discovered too late […]
Increasingly Hungarian school principals have political connections to thank for their jobs rather than the support of local teachers, students or parents.
Roma (“gypsy”) activist Jenő Setét believes it is time for the Roma to develop self-awareness and stand up for their own interests and rights, and become conscious citizens.
Residents of the Roma neighborhoods of Gulács and Onga in Eastern-Hungary were left without tap water during last week’s heatwave when the daytime temperature daily rose above 35 Celsius (95 Fahrenheit).
President of the National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (NAIH) Attila Péterfalvi states that in its current form the Ministry of Interior’s new bill that would set up a central storage for visual and audio data collected by various authorities would make personal data open for abuse, reports Index.hu. According to the […]