Published in: Home: OpinionFidesz won again because the opposition’s only policy was hating Orbán
The far-Right party’s opponents needed to fight for people’s lives, not technocratic norms. But it’s Roma and LGBTQ...
Published in: Home: InterviewMeet the conservative who could unseat Viktor Orbán
Exclusive: In Péter Márki-Zay, the opposition may finally have a candidate capable of ending 12 years of...
Published in: 50.50: OpinionMurdered women can’t give birth: Why we opposed the Demographic Summit in Hungary
Last week’s international summit in Budapest shows that the Hungarian government’s attacks on women’s and LGBTIQ...
Published in: Home: OpinionLet’s talk less about UEFA – and more about Hungary’s new anti-LGBT law
Where discrimination leads, corruption often follows. We need a combined strategy to tackle both
Published in: Global Extremes: OpinionDid the Hungarian local elections break polarisation and extremism?
Hungary’s recent elections mark a breakthrough: the paralysing myth of Fidesz’s invincibility has been shattered.
Published in: openDemocracyUKKálmán Sütö and his struggle against Hungarian dictatorship
A street magazine vendor led protests against prime minister Victor Orbán’s rewriting of history. He tells...