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Csaba Sógor on the ‘State of the Union’ speech of the European Commission President
Csaba Sógor on the ‘State of the Union’ speech of the European Commission President
26.09.2017 | European Parliament

We often witness that the national, autochthonous or linguistic minorities living on the territory of the European Union are discriminated against, this is why it is welcome that the president of the European Commission considers that we have to ensure a European Union of freedom, of equality of rights and of rule of law - Csaba Sógor reacted to Jean-Claude Junker’s ‘State of the Union’ speech in the European Parliament.


Csaba Sógor in the European Parliament: Violence against women is not a private matter!
Csaba Sógor in the European Parliament: Violence against women is not a private matter!
26.09.2017 | European Parliament

This summer the European Union joined the Istanbul Convention - the members of the European Union debated about its implementation and monitoring on Monday afternoon in Strasbourg. In his speech Csaba Sógor MEP from RMDSZ stated that emphasis should be put not only on the fight against violence but on prevention and raising awareness too, because violence against women is not a private matter.


Helping disadvantaged children. The Ház a Holnapért turns 20.
Helping disadvantaged children. The Ház a Holnapért turns 20.
26.09.2017 | European Parliament

For the past twenty years the Ház a Holnapért (House for Tomorrow) Association has been offering help to orphan and socially disadvantaged children and young adults. The NGO offers a good example for the entire Romanian childcare system with its activity - considers Csaba Sógor, Member of the European Parliament and president of the association. The 20th anniversary was held in Cristuru Secuiesc / Székelykeresztúr on 16 September, in the presence of the association’s German supporters.


Winkler: The new Education Law in Ukraine is hostile to minorities and contradicts European values
Winkler: The new Education Law in Ukraine is hostile to minorities and contradicts European values

MEP Iuliu Winkler (RMDSZ, EPP) took a stand for the rights of Hungarians and Romanians in Ukraine to receive education in their mother tongue, as part of a political statement, which he held on Monday evening in the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. On this occasion, the MEP appealed to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to refer the new Education Law back to the Verkhovna Rada.


The success of the Minority SafePack will be the success of the European citizens, too
The success of the Minority SafePack will be the success of the European citizens, too
12.06.2017 | European Parliament

Like the President of the European Parliament, MEPs have to support the Minority SafePack initiative in the coming period - Csaba Sógor asked his fellow Members of the European Parliament.


Strengthening minority media should be a common European concern
Strengthening minority media should be a common European concern
12.06.2017 | European Parliament

With the participation of several experts from the Carpathian Basin a conference was held on the situation of Hungarian minority media on Wednesday, 7 June, in the European Parliament. The conference dealt with minority media in Romania, Slovakia, Serbia and Ukraine.


Csaba Sógor: National minorities need positive discrimination
Csaba Sógor: National minorities need positive discrimination
12.06.2017 | European Parliament

Autochthonous national minorities need positive discrimination for genuine equal opportunities - said Csaba Sógor during the European Parliament's plenary on Wednesday evening. The DAHR representative expressed his opinion that the 2017 report of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) does not deal with national minorities.


‘Protectors of our Heritage’, a worthy example in Europe
‘Protectors of our Heritage’, a worthy example in Europe
07.06.2017 | European Parliament

Fifty students and teachers from Brasov, Cluj and Deva were invitees of Iuliu Winkler, MEP (RMDSZ, EPP), at a conference organized in the European Parliament in Brussels, which aimed to share best practices acquired within the “Protectors of Our Heritage - Adopt a Monument” Program; this initiative targets the safeguarding of the historical and cultural heritage of Transylvania by the youth.