MINELRES: ECRI Round Table in Hungary

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Mon Nov 23 17:55:20 2009


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ECRI-NEWS
ECRI Round Table in Hungary: Fighting racist violence and discrimination

In the framework of its Programme of action on relations with civil
society, ECRI will be holding its next round table on 16 November 2009
in Budapest. The main themes of this Round table are: 1) the follow-up
given to the recommendations contained in ECRI’s fourth report on
Hungary, 2) racially motivated violence, 3) racism, xenophobia,
antisemitism and intolerance in public discourse, 4) implementation of
anti-racial discrimination legislation and policies.

The meeting will be opened by Vilmos Szabo, Senior Secretary of State of
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary, and Eva Smith Asmussen,
Chair of ECRI. It will bring together representatives from the
Government, the Parliament, the judiciary, local and regional
authorities, national human rights institutions, academics, NGOs and
trade unions.

In its fourth report on Hungary <
http://www.coe.int/t/dghl/monitoring/ecri/Country-by-country/Hungary/HUN-CbC-IV-
2009-003-ENG.pdf
>, ECRI welcomed some positive developments in legislation, and the 
establishment of bodies and actions responsible for fighting discrimination. It 
also expressed its concern on the situation of the Roma minority, especially in 
the field of employment and education, and with regard to the rise of racist 
public discourse. 

Programme
http://www.coe.int/t/dghl/monitoring/ecri/activities/34-
Round_Table_Hungary_2009/RT_Hungary_programme_en.asp

Explanatory note
http://www.coe.int/t/dghl/monitoring/ecri/activities/34-
Round_Table_Hungary_2009/RT_Hungary_briefing_en.asp
 

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