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Kidobta a Kúria az egyik transzfób népszavazási kérdést 

The Curia, the highest regular court in Hungary, has refused to validate a question the government submitted as part of an anti-LGBTQI referendum. Although the National Electoral Commission accepted the question "Do you support making gender reassignment treatments available to underage children?", the Curia ruled that this question cannot be the subject of a referendum.

Történelmi csúcson a melegek elfogadottsága Magyarországon

Most Hungarians support that young people hear about sexual and gender minorities, and don’t want the government to decide what sex education covers - according to a representative poll commissioned by Amnesty International Hungary and Háttér Society and conducted by polling agency Medián.

rbán Viktor Brüsszelben 2020. július 17-én. Fotó: John Thys / AFP

The Hungarian government faces serious criticisms on the recently adopted homophobic and transphobic propaganda law.  When questioned by European leaders, Orbán spread a number of lies to defend the law. In this article we provide a detailed rebuttal of those lies. 

A magyar állam nem hogy nem védi, aktívan aláássa az LMBTQI emberek szabadságát és jogait 

Timeline of how the Fidesz-KDNP government and its parliamentary majority has been systematically undermining the freedom and equal rights of sexual and gender minorities ever since they came into power in 2010, and especially since the spring of 2019.

Háttér in the media

EUobserver
Date: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Speaker: 
Tamás Dombos

Leading up to the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, euobserver published an article about LGBTI rights around Europe, with a special focus on Hungary and Finland. Our input focused on problems related to education.

Speaker: 
Tamás Dombos

The German lesbian magazine L-MAG reports about the state of the Hungarian democracy in relation to the Forth Amendment to the Hungarian Fundemental Law. They also interviewed a colleague of our organisation.

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