The Transvanilla Transgender Association orgnised an official event of IDAHO in Hungary about the transphobia within the LGB community in form of a workshop and discussion. It was about the general lack of visibility of trans people, including (or especially) in the “LGBT” community. Continue reading
We are gladly inviting all interested in the Asian culture and traditions to take a journey back in time and visit our photo exhibition in the Asia Center Budapest about the Lunar New Year Festival and enjoy the various and colorful collection of our photographs. The event was held in February 10th and we wish everybody good year of the snake, see you next year!
On 21st of March, Subjective Values Foundation in cooperation with Europe Point held the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The goal of this year’s program was to highlight the Roma issues in the European Union and the official launching of the No Hate Speech Movement Campaign. The event started with the introduction of the National Campaign Committee held by Kristóf Téglássy, the key person from the Human Rights Ministry and an introduction of the Council of Europe campaign by Bálint Molnár, the vice director of the European Youth Center Budapest. The program continued with a round-table discussion of experts from ERRC, Ministry of Human Resources, Amnesty International and Roma Club Foundation. Furthermore, SVF used the opportunity to introduce it’s Urban Culture against Racism in Europe (U-CARE) project too. The program hosted the magnificent photo exhibition of Roma Fashion Design, and finished by the exceptional concert of Szilvási Gypsy Folk Band.
Foundation of Subjective Values is a member of U-CARE – Urban Culture Against Racism in Europe project, where 11 organisations in 8 countries across Europe join forces and pool their knowledge to combine an anti-racist/anti-discrimination peer coaching approach with urban culture and media.
Young people with diverse cultural backgrounds (including the national majorities) will be educated in national seminars and an international summer academy 2013 to become U-CARE Junior Coaches. They will be empowered to spread the message of increasing mutual understanding and combating racism and discrimination. Continue reading
This time the Subjective team is organising a big festival to celebreate Lunar New Year together. Free entry for everyone, cultural porgam all day, Chinese acrobatic sho and gala at the evening. Find us at www.facebook.com/holdujev
Képesség fejlesztő műhelyfoglalkozás
aktivistáknak és képzőknek
A Szubjektív Értékek Alapítvány tisztelettel meghívja az Európai Ifjúsági Alap programjának az Internetes Gyűlölet Beszéd visszaszorításnak érdekében rendezett aktivista képzésre december 17-18-án Budapesten. Continue reading
The event has been organized on 27th of November and took place in Nagy Diofa utca right next to Masolit books. This supposed to be a conference but the organizers decided to make it as a workshop that everyone could participate, add something and contribute. The organizers of the evening are KLIT organization and Infoshop that were set up half a year ago. However, the place was really nice, full of posters of their events, books, prints and brochures. KLIT and Infoshop also had some prints that were made like books on the topic of the evening. They were asking for some small support around 200-300 Ft, as they are young foundations, if some people would love to take those prints. Continue reading
On the 16th of November Foundation for European progressive Studies organized an event on a topic of Democracy, freedom and liberty in central and Eastern Europe. The event was held in Le Meridien Hotel and visited by many representative people. The interpretation was available in both English and Hungarian languages that made it international. Continue reading
On the 9th of November Subjective Values Foundation had a very successful event in honor of the international antifascist day at the Europe Point in Millinaris Park. This day is remembered as the “Kristallnacht” in Germany, regarding the events that took place in 1938. The event started at 18:00 o’clock and was organized due to a commemoration of the Hungarian heroes. That night we remembered Raoul Wallenberg, Hanna Szenes and Gabor Szthehlo and their lives. The program of the evening started with the movie screening of Gabor Denes about Hana Szenes’ life. After which the event had a roundtable discussion with the topic of past by Janos Horvath, who is the oldest representative of the Hungarian Parliament and has been personally saved by Wallenberg, Szabolcs Szunyogh, who is the friend of the movie director, Andras Grobl from Sztehlo Gabor Foundation and Dorka Gyarfas, who is our moderator.