Gellért Rajcsányi was born in 1981. Since 2009 he has been the deputy Editor-in-chief of Mandiner.hu, a Hungarian online news magazine. He has also contributes to Heti Válasz on international political and cultural issues.
The author seeks a right to reply to the three recent anti-Fidesz articles carried by openDemocracy (by Anton Pelinka, Gábor Schein and László Bitó). Politics in Hungary, he argues, are indeed vehement and passionate – but also free
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About 50.50 50.50 is openDemocracy's section dedicated to exploring issues of gender equality and social justice at the global level.
are committed to promoting human rights and inclusive democracy through
dialogue and debate. But a global debate without the female half of
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In the months following the start of the Arab Revolutions, articles and analysis poured into openDemocracy from contributors across the Middle East and Europe. Gradually, the impact of Tahrir Square began to extend well beyond the Middle East as democratic inspiration travelled from east to west. Arab Awakening tries to capture that inspiration and use it to help us read a rapidly changing world.
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