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EU Camp summary – Day 1: morning

“We live in a Europe of the young people” – declared Lóránt Antal at the official opening of the EU Camp At the official opening of the event, Lóránt Antal, president of MIÉRT, said that they chose for this year’s camp the motto “Europe of the young people”. “We chose this motto because I think […]

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The 13th EU Camp has begun

The Hungarian Youth Council of Romania, the Executive Presidency of DAHR, Kós Károly Academy and Wilfried Martens European Studies Centre organized the 13th EU camp which has begun on July 27th, in the afternoon. The camp has a new location this year; it is hosted by Natur Air Park in Sub Cetate. Day zero started […]

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Lóránt Antal, President of MIÉRT, emphasized in Băile Tuşnad the importance of the cooperation of youth organisations

Youth policy roulette took place in Băile Tuşnad on the third day of the open university in the MIT tent. Representing the Hungarian Youth Council of Romania, Lóránt Antal, president of the organization, participated in the round-table discussion together with László Böröcz, president of Fidelitas, István Dobsa, president of the Youth Organization of Subcarpathian Hungarian […]

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EU Camp begins in a week

The Hungarian Youth Conference from Romania, the Executive Presidency of DAHR and Károly Kós Academy organizes the EU Camp for the 13th time. This year the camp is organized between July 27 and 31 and has a new location. The event is hosted by Natur Air Park in Sub Cetate. The motto of the EU […]

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Lóránt Antal, President of MIÉRT, assessed the participation of young people in the local government elections at the DAHR Council of Representatives

On July 16, DAHR Council of Representatives held its meeting in Târgu Mureş. Lóránt Antal, President of MIÉRT, leader of youth group gave an account on the results of DAHR at the local government elections. He said that MIÉRT set as an objective for the local government elections to support 500 young people and include […]

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Well prepared young people in the local governments

This year’s main objective of Magyar Ifjúsági Értekezlet (Hungarian Youth Conference from Romania) was to send 500 young people to the candidate lists (for the offices of county and city councillor, mayor and deputy mayor) during the local government elections.  Thanks to DAHR’s opening towards young people, this was achieved, moreover, this year approximately 750 […]

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Politics should be about the youth and the future

Lóránt Antal, President of MIÉRT and Imre Geréd, Executive Vice-president for youth affairs of DAHR went on a media tour.  The two leaders spoke in Paprika Radio, Szabadság daily newspaper and Erdélyi Figyelő about the election of Imre Geréd, the opportunities involved and the future of the Hungarian Youth Council of Romania. „Politics should be […]

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7500 young people invaded the European Parliament

The European Parliament’s youth event took place in Strasbourg between 20 and 21 May. During EYE2016 (European Youth Event) the headquarters of the institution was occupied by the young people for two days. The motto of this year’s edition was “Together we can make a change”. During the event the young people could choose from […]

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Young people from the European People’s Party convened in Bucharest

The Council Meeting of the youth organisation of the European People’s Party (YEPP) took place between 19 and 22 May in Bucharest under the heading: „New Narrative for Europe”. The event was organized in Bucharest by the National Liberal Youth (NLY) and the Hungarian Youth Council of Romania (MIÉRT) in partnership with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) political […]

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MIÉRT received financing for Civil Info Centres

“Last year we launched a successful cooperation with two youth organisations from Hungary –the Young Christian Democratic Union (hereinafter referred to as IKSZ) and Fidelitas–and as a result we managed to open four info centres in Transylvania: in Satu Mare, in Trei-Scaune through the Youth Council of Trei-Scaune, in Odorheiu Secuiesc through the Youth Conciliatory Council […]

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Pearl hunting in the diaspora

Delegates of the Hungarian Youth Council of Romania talked about pearl hunting in diaspora with media professionals on Wednesday morning in Cluj-Napoca, on the terrace of Culina Nostra Bistro. „The duties of MIÉRT include representation of interests, and as an umbrella organisation grouping together regional youth councils, its task is to stand up for its organizations […]

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Introducing the young candidates for the local government

MIÉRT and the Youth Forum of Cluj County (hereinafter referred to as KIFOR) held their joint press conference on the 18th of April during which they introduced Levente Rácz and Tamás Enyedi, the young candidates on the elections list for Cluj-Napoca city hall and Cluj county council on behalf of the DAHR. For the purpose of […]

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DAHR and MIÉRT shall carry out a survey on 3000 young people–The It’s about you! Consultation caravan has hereby started

The joint consultation caravan of the Hungarian Youth Council of Romania and the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania called It’s about you! shall start on Friday, the 8thof April aimed at attracting the young to public issues and assess their needs. The caravan shall visit more than 30 settlements around Transylvania with the cooperation […]

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