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MIÉRT’s amendment proposal on the youth act

MIÉRT also participated in the debate held by the Ministry of Youth and Sport in Bucharest on the 6th January 2016 focusing on the youth act and the regulations concerning the young (Law 350/2006). The youth organization submitted several proposals during the meeting such as the proposal concerning Article 17, which would encourage the young […]

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MIÉRT conference in Szeklerland

This week-end the member and partner organizations of the Hungarian Youth Council(MIÉRT) and the Youth Council of Odorheiu Secuiesc(UIET) shall cultivate themselves at the conference held at Harghita Madaras in Szekler Land.This year’s event has been supportedby the Ministry of Human Resources of Hungary under the aegis of the Be successful! programme. The two-day event […]

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14th MIÉRT Academy

It is going to be the 14th edition of the MIÉRT Academy this year, which shall be held in Baile 1 Mai on the topic “What will I be? – employment after graduation”. We are expecting 150 participants to the event that shall be held between 4-6 December. This year the Academy will be organized […]

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The 14thMIÉRT Academy has come to an end

The Hungarian Youth Council of Romania (MIÉRT) and its member organization the Regional Youth Council of Bihor County (BTIET) organized the fourteenth MIÉRT Academy last week-end.The programme was organized between the 4-6 December in Baile 1 Mai near Oradea in the Perla Hotel. The venue as the participants of the academy know, is not only […]

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MIÉRT Diaspora Conference in Timisoara

“The purification process going on in the Romanian society and political life opens the gates for the young –said Lóránt Antal, President of the Hungarian Youth Council of Romania at the Diaspora Conference held in Timisoara. This is why we have to open our doors to the youth, we have to welcome them to our […]

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The 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference came to an end

Between 19-22 November 2015 Fidelitas and MIÉRT organized together the 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference. The meeting held in Cluj-Napoca focused on strengthening Central and Eastern European identity and cooperation.The over one hundred participants from eight countries participated in many quality lectures. The young leaders also signed a joint declarationin which they urge the cooperation between local […]

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The 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference remember the Euromaidan

In the afternoon programme of the 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference the participants commemorated the movements of Euromaidan and they continued with the debate entitled Security policy challenges in the Visegrád states. The topic of the last speech of the day was the issue of minorities: the “bridge role”. In the afternoon programme of the conference the […]

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The V4+ youth for minority-friendly policies

During the Friday afternoon programme of the 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference the youth leaders adopted a joint declaration comprising seven points. In the declaration they urged the cooperation between local governments and minorities especially in the field of the mother tongue use in education. They also emphasized that the minorities should be regarded rather as a […]

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The winners team of the EU Camp visited Brussels

The young winners of the EU Camp visited Brussels, the “capital” of Europe between 16-18 November 2015 thanks to the Hungarian Youth Council of Romania, and MP’s Csaba Sógor and Gyula Winkler. In the following one can read the account of the EU Camp winner team, the MIJÁRT. Our team spent three eventful days in […]

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The 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference has started

Fidelitas és a MIÉRT shall organize together the 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference in Cluj-Napoca between 19-22 November 2015. The main topic of the conference is the consolidation of Central Eastern European identity and cooperation. Over one hundred participants from eight countries shall take part in the event. On the opening ceremony held in Thursday Lajos […]

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The 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference started with a welcome speech

On Friday morning the 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference the participants were welcome by Zsolt Németh, President of the Committee for Foreign Affairs of the Hungarian Parliament, Emil Boc, Mayor of Cluj-Napoca, Márton Tonk, Dean of Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania and Geréd Imre, Executive Vice-president for youth affairs of DAHR. In the lecture hall of Sapientia Hungarian University […]

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2nd Visegrád Youth Conference: the views related to minority policy should not be determined by the false conceptions of the past

The agenda of the 2nd VisegrádYouth Conference started on Saturday morning by the debate of the regional youth organizations.Then Péter Kovács, Executive president of DAHR spoke about the situation of the Hungarian minority in Romania. The third speech of the day was delivered by Gyula Winkler, European MP about strengthening Central European identity. The Saturday agenda […]

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Cluj-Napoca welcomes the 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference

Fidelitas and MIÉRT shall organize together the 2nd Visegrád Youth Conference in Cluj-Napoca between 19-22 November 2015. There will be over 100 guests invited to the event from eight countries (Romania, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Serbia. The main topic of the conference will be the consolidation of Central Eastern European identity […]

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MIÉRT organizes the first nation-wide Dance House Caravan

MIÉRT organizes a special Dance House Caravan. In the following five week-ends both children and adults can join the dance in five different locations.The caravan shall stop in: Brasov, Medias, Sfantu Gheorghe, Zalau and Miercurea Nirajului. Lóránd András, programme manager highlighted that: the aim of the initiativeis to get the adults and the youth acquainted […]

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The delegates of DAHR and MIÉRT met the representatives of the Embassy of People’s Republic of China in Romania

The delegates of DAHR and MIÉRT met the representativesof the Embassy of People’s Republic of China in Romania on Monday, 21st October in Bucharest. During the discussion they presented the New Silk Route Economic Area as well as the initiative regarding the 21st Century Maritime Silk Route strategy, which had been announced separately by President […]

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It is important for the youth to join forces in the Carpathian Basin

Upon the invitation of the Gheorgheni Area Youth Council (GYTIT), Lóránt Antal, President of MIÉRT and Imre Geréd, Executive Vice-president for youth affairs of DAHR participated in the Juventus Soliditas meeting hosted by Levente Erős, President of GYTIT. The youth leaders met young people from Transylvania, Hungary and Slovakia at the round table discussion held […]

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