Populism Here, Populism There

Populism Here, Populism There

István Hegedűs participated at the worskhop "Fragility and Resilience of Democracies in Europe. Where now for Citizenship Education and Civil Societies“ organised by NECE (Networking European Citizenship Education) in Gdansk on 12-13 November 2017. Analysing the political situation in Poland and Hungary, Hegedűs emphasised the all-European dimensions of the authoritarian turn in both countries. 

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István Hegedűs gave an interview to Klubrádió on 17 November 2017 following the vote of the European Parliament to launch the first phase of the procedure Article 7 of the EU treaty against the Polish government, pointing out that the Hungarian ruling party voted oppositely to its own political g
L'Espresso published an article by Stefano Giantin on 15 October 2017 about two nationalist-populist EU member states; Hungary and Poland.
Karolina Boiret (Uniwersytet Warszawski), Michał Czerniawski (Vrije Universitet Brussel), Aleksandra Szczerba-Zawada (Akademia im. Jakuba z Paradyża) and István Hegedűs (Hungarian Europe Society)
István Hegedűs participated at the policy forum entitled "Migration Crisis as a Challenge for Democracy" at the University of Warsaw on 14 November 2017. Hegedűs pointed out that the Hungarian public media continuously broadcast anti-refugee campaigns based on fearmongering. 
On 29 November 2012, István Hegedűs commented on the blog post by Neelie Kroes, member of the European Commission on the situation of the media in Hungary, in which she strongly criticised the media policy of the Hungarian government and the activities of the Media Council. 
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On 26 November 2022 Klubrádió broadcasted on the international conference "The Future of Democracy and the Summit for Democracy from the Perspective of a Hungarian NGO", organised by the Hungarian Europe Society.