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Hajnalka Tóth

Introducing 2019 Hungarian American Coalition LTP Intern Hajnalka Tóth

Hajnalka Tóth from Budapest, Hungary arrived to Washington this fall and will spend 4 months at Meridian Center for Cultural Diplomacy (MCCD). With HIF’s support, the Hungarian American Coalition’s John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program (formerly Coalition Internship Program) will be hosting seven interns in 2019 to provide first-hand experience at various Washington-based institutions. Internship […]

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Young Hungarian Leaders Program 2019 – Recap

HIF’s third annual Young Hungarian Leaders Program (YHLP) concluded last week with 13 Hungarian participants. Through a mixture of briefings, study sessions, workshops, and meetings with think-tanks, U.S. government representatives, as well as site visits, participants deepened their understanding of the history and evolution of the American constitutional order, and a representative government necessary for a free […]

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Széll Kálmán Fellows Ilona Schumicky, Noémi Pálfalvi and Márton Hegedüs on Graduation Day

A Summer Well Spent – Széll Kálmán Fellows Make Their Mark in DC

Ilona Schumicky, Noémi Pálfalvi, and Márton Hegedüs, this year’s first batch of Széll Kálmán Fellows really made us proud this summer. They have gone above and beyond to excel in their studies, at their internships and to spread some Hungarian cheer among their peers. Here’s a short recap about their action-packed summer, and their two month […]

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TFAS panel Anna Smith Lacey

TFAS Conference on The Future of Liberty + Leadership

This year’s The Future of Liberty + Leadership Conference hosted by one of HIF’s partner institutions, The Fund for American Studies, was an opportunity to hear from alumni who are involved in educating for liberty around the globe. The two day conference in Washington DC featured a panel moderated by Shane M. Mazzella, Vice President of U.S. Programs […]

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