Violent Attacks against Roma in Hungary - Report
HUNGARY: GOVERNMENT MUST NOT USE EXTRAORDINARY POWER TO ROLL BACK HUMAN RIGHTS AMID COVID-19 EMERGENCY
This Amnesty International is deeply concerned that the Hungarian government may introduce extraordinary measures by decree that are not necessary and proportionate to resolving the current public health emergency and violate human rights.
Joint report by Amnesty International Hungary and the Hungarian Helsinki Commitee with regard to the independence of the judiciary in Hungary.
Tíz éve gyilkolták meg Tatárszentgyörgyön roma származásuk miatt Csorba Róbertet és ötéves kisfiát. Ez a nap emblematikus lett azóta, ilyenkor a rasszista sorozatgyilkosság valamennyi áldozatára emlékezünk.
Despite this week’s mass protests in Budapest, the Hungarian President has signed what has become known as ‘Slave Law’ and another piece of legislation establishing a new administrative court that would undermine the independent judiciary, rendering them under the influence of the Minister of Justice.