Hummus & Human Rights Part 3: Hungary then & now. The story of human rights
Wednesday 3 June from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm BST
Hungary is a country that has moved from being ruled by a Communist dictatorship under the influence of the Soviet Union, through a democratic revolution, to recent political reality that is moving back towards repressive and anti-democratic policies, with policies that undermine the rule of law and promote discrimination, marginalisation and hate. Hungary also has a large and vibrant Jewish community of 100,000 members, with community centres, schools cultural and spiritual life.
Speaker: Tomi Buchler, a Jewish activist born and raised in Budapest, is the project coordinator of Networks Overcoming Antisemitism at CEJI, and has vast experience in leadership development, activism and is a graduating fellow of the René Cassin Fellowship Programme.
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