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1
Dec

Discover Szeklerland!

Date: 7 December Time: 19:00 Venue: Liszt Institute Brussels Treurenberg 10, 1000 Brussels Discover the Szekler culture through a special evening with the concert of Koszika & TheHotshots and the launch of the English edition of the book The Szeklers: An Illustrated History. Koszika Funky fills and rhythms, jazzy-bluesy chords, spacey reggae feel, ethno-folk or even drum and bass influences

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29
Nov

FUEN welcomes german commitment to minorities, linguistic diversity

Positive news for the Minority SafePack Initiative (MSPI): The coalition agreement presented yesterday by the new government of SPD, FDP and the Greens in Germany contains passages on minority protection as well as a clear commitment to the MSPI. Specifically, it states: “The national minorities – the Danish minority, the Frisian ethnic group, the German Sinti and Roma as well

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3
May

Conference on the Future of Europe

The Conference on the Future of Europe is a citizen-led series of debates and discussions that will enable people from across Europe to share their ideas and help shape our common future. The Conference is the first of its kind: as a major pan-European democratic exercise, it offers a new public forum for an open, inclusive, and transparent debate with

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28
Apr

The Hungarian Parliament adopts a resolution in support of the MSPI

At its meeting on Wednesday, 28 April 2021, the Hungarian Parliament almost unanimously (157 for, 1 against) adopted a resolution in support of the Minority SafePack Initiative. The resolution, proposed by the Committe on National Cohesion and the Committe on Nationalities, highlights the achievements of the Initiative – the 1.1 million signatures collected, the public hearing and the resolution of

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1
Apr

Minority Protection and Ethnic Group Rights in Central and Central Eastern Europe

On March 25, 2021, the Federal Union of European Nationalities (FUEN) and the Cultural Foundation of German Expellees continued their online conference format “Minority Protection and Ethnic Group Rights in Central and Central Eastern Europe,” which was launched in October 2020 and expanded in February 2021. The focus this time was on Hungary, Croatia and Slovakia. In ten-minute presentations, experts

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