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Csaba Sógor: More effective action from EU institutions against all forms of language discrimination
Csaba Sógor: More effective action from EU institutions against all forms of language discrimination

The European Parliament hosted one of the largest conferences organised in Europe for deaf and hard of hearing people. At the invitation of RMDSZ MEP Csaba Sógor a group of Hungarians from Transylvania also attended the event organised on the European Day of Languages, on the 28th of September. At the closing of the event a parliamentary draft resolution on the improvement of the situation of sign language speakers was also adopted.


Csaba Sógor: Discrimination against Roma and other minorities in Romania
Csaba Sógor: Discrimination against Roma and other minorities in Romania

The anti-Roma manifestations that took place on International Romani day in Romania are not worthy of a European Union Member State, and we cannot allow for these acts of open discrimination to become socially acceptable.


An epidemic of linguistic discrimination in Europe
An epidemic of linguistic discrimination in Europe

Linguistic discrimination is a form of racism that is spreading like an epidemic in Europe – pointed out Secretary General of the European Language Equality Network, David Hicks during the 17 March meeting of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE).  During the debate on minority language rights infringements MEP Csaba Sógor also commented on the topic, stating that a large part of language rights mostly exist only on paper in Romania. 


Borbely: “The Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania welcomes the report and the recommendations of the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI)”
Borbely: “The Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania welcomes the report and the recommendations of the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI)”
Today, the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) published its fourth report on Romania. Romania has made great progress in the last years in safeguarding the rights of national minorities, but a lot of work still has to be done.