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Bálint Varga at the U.S. Capitol

Meet Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Bálint Varga

“Live, learn, and intern.” These three main attributes of the summer program of The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) guide Bálint Varga, Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow, during his time in Washington DC, where he will be interning for the International Technology and Trade Associates while taking courses at George Mason University. Bálint Varga is […]

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Introducing Hungarian American Coalition Third 2018 CIP Intern Tatjána Turányi

Tatjána Turányi from Orosijevo (Sárosoroszi), Ukraine arrived to Washington this summer and will spend 3 months interning at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). With HIF’s support, the Hungarian American Coalition’s Internship Program will be hosting eight interns in 2018 to provide first-hand experience at various Washington-based institutions. Internship participants are also expected to […]

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Krisztián Jójárt with CEPA CFO&COO Ilona Teleki

Introducing CEPA Andrássy Fellow, Krisztián Jójárt

Krisztián Jójárt is the second participant of the Andrássy National Security Fellowship and has started his work at CEPA (Center for European Policy Analysis) this June. During his six-month research Krisztián intends to provide a thorough analysis on Russia’s asymmetric warfare strategy based on the critical evaluation of the writings of prominent Russian military thinkers. “I […]

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Hungarian Communion of Friends hosts 2017 Conference on “Music Life and Spirit” and 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

This past year, HIF continued to help deliver the content of the week-long Hungarian Communion of Friends (MBK) conference to a wide international readership. MBK’s annual conference, entitled “Music, Life, Spirit​” in 2017 at beautiful Lake Hope, Ohio, provided high-level lectures and discourse as well as an opportunity for Hungarian American families to spend quality time […]

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Memory Project Expands Online Archive of Hungarian Diaspora Stories

In 2017, the Memory Project continued to expand the online archive of diaspora interviews gathering fifty more oral history treasures from across America. Through their eyes, we learn our own history. With the help of HIF, founders Andrea Lauer Rice (author and multi-media producer) and Réka Pigniczky (television journalist and documentary filmmaker) continued to grow the Memory […]

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