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Roma, Sinti & Travellers

  • Amaro Drom
    A Romano Kher és a Roma Parlament képgyűjteményéből válogattuk ezeket az alkotásokat. Bár csábító volt a lehetőség, hogy virtuális kiállításunk reprezentatív legyen, mi mégis úgy döntöttünk, inkább szubjektív válogatásban mutatunk fel jellegzetes vagy kevésbé jellegzetes, számunkra azonban mindenképp szimpatikus alkotókat és műveiket. A kiállítás terveink szerint folyamatosan bővülni fog, ha új képek vagy alkotók jelentkeznek.
  • Manush Alapítvány A Manush Alapítvány nevét a lóvári nyelvből kölcsönözte. A magyar köznyelvben nap mint nap használatos kifejezés embert jelent. A Manush alapítvány 2003-ban alapított független közhasznú magánalapítvány. Az Alapítvány célja olyan kezdeményezések támogatása és ösztönzése, melyek a romák és nem romák közötti társadalmi párbeszédet konkrét tevékenységgel segítik.
  • Manush Foundation
    Manush, the Roma word for human being, is an organization dedicated to the education and empowerment of the Roma, Hungary’s largest minority.This is done through programs which facilitate (intercultural) education and re-integration into the information society, especially of the socially disadvantaged teenagers in partnership with their teachers.
    One of the aims of our project is to provide general skills of using the tools of the information society finally for both groups, Roma and Non-Roma. But not only the knowledge of the use of tools are important to us. Another aim is to help creating conscious and critical media consumers and to encourage being pro active and establish i.e. school radios, videos or home pages, printed or electronic newspapers about and for their community but also TO SUPPORT SELF-ESTEEM. Bridging the communication gap by providing communication techniques of the majority society is a further responsibility. To pay respect of cultural differencies or similarities for example between Roma and Nonroma is a task as well.
  • Romapage Hungary

Human Rights/Refugees

  • Hungarian Human Rights Foundation The Hungarian Human Rights Foundation (HHRF), initially Committee for Human Rights in Rumania, was formed in 1976 by young Hungarian-Americans to alert the public opinion and political leadership of the United States and other Western countries to the gross human rights violations against national minorities in Rumania. In 1984, the Foundation expanded its efforts to working on behalf of the 3.5 million ethnic Hungarians who live as minorities in Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia and Ukraine, as well as in Rumania, and who collectively comprise the largest national minority in Central Europe.

Gay & Lesbian Resources

  • Gay Switchboard Budapest Gay Switchboard Budapest provides Info on every question , replied within 48 hours; a gay guide in the internet; Hotline daily via cellphone.


  • The Euro-Med Youth Platform
    Young people & youth organisations in the Euro-Mediterrenean region.
    The Platform aims at bringing young people from the region together in an environment of tolerance and mutual understanding, facilitating networking between us, assisting in the capacity building of our organisations, increasing our participation, sharing of relevant information, and exchanging good practice.
    Our objectives are the nurturing of democracy and its established instruments, and fostering mutual understanding as well as improvement in the issues of racism, gender equality and minority rights.
  • Civic Action in Eurasia Central and Eastern Europe Resources, NGOs, and Research Related to Civic Action. Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech rep., Yugoslavia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania
  • Idealist Organizations in Hungary. Idealist allows organizations - whether they have a Website or not - to enter and update information about their services, volunteer opportunities, job openings, internships, upcoming events, and any material or publication they have produced.
  • ECRI The European Commission against Racism and Intolerance is a body of the Council of Europe set up by the first Summit of Heads of State and of Government of the member States of the Council of Europe held in Vienna in October 1993.
  • The Virtual Library of Ethnic Relations in CEE. This virtual library consist of internet resources and web sites which contain information concerning ethnic and national minorities in CEE and NIS. The aim of this virtual library is to provide researchers, right advocates and professionals involved in policy making and design for multiethnic communities in the region with guidance in access to information available on the Internet. (English, Russian)
  • European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia The primary task of the Centre is to provide the EU Community and its Member States with objective, reliable and comparable data at European level on the phenomena of racism, xenophobia an anti-Semitism in order to help them when they take measures or formulate courses of action within their respectives spheres of competence. The Centre studies the extent and development of the phenomena and manifestations of racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism, analyses their causes, consequences and effects and examines examples of good practice in dealing with them.
  • European Network Against Racism to combat racism from all the EU Member States
  • The Migration Policy Group MPG was established as an independent, not for profit organisation based in Brussels. MPG is committed to improving policy development on migration and related issues through the promotion of facilitated exchange between key stakeholders in Europe, North America and the international community, and through the production of substantive, comparative policy analysis. MPG bases its activities on the belief that high-level discussion and debate within and between countries among representatives of all sectors of society - public, private, and business - can contribute to the identification and implementation of innovative and effective solutions to the challenges posed by migration.
  • European Federation for Intercultural Learning
  • Education without prejudice.A site about Diversity in Early Childhood, Education and Training. This site wants to help create a European network on anti-bias education in the early years. It contains background information, events, training resources and discussion groups.
  • Tolerantschools – a European network
    The EU-financed project "Tolerantschools – a European network" by offering an own internet and communication platform enables the presentation of innovative European projects and initiatives, the exchange of experiences of its actors, their networking and co-operation, the quest for suitable project partners and the further development of pedagogical methods. The project is coordinated by the DGB-Bildungswerk Berlin-Brandenburg/Germany.
  • Youth Against Racism in Europe
  • United for Intercultural Action European network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants and refugees.

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