Having satisfied the criteria as specified by the EDU Commission for Accreditation Standards, duly established by executive mandate by H.E. Irving LE-VANCE , Secretary-General of the Intergovernmental Organization EDU on July 1st 2011 and having passed an independent evaluation by the selected and designated Assessment Committee representatives, the Budapest Centre was awarded Full Institutional Accreditation from EDU on November 14th 2014.

On November 19 the Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities will organize a workshop on the role of education in the prevention of atrocity crimes. This is a pre-event of the VII Budapest Human Rights Forum and will take place at the Central European University (Popper Room) between 9.00am and 6:00pm.

Gyorgy Tatar, Director of the Budapest Centre participated in the conference “Preventing and Countering Far-Right Extremism and Radicalization: European Cooperation” organized by the Swedish Ministry of Justice and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue in Stockholm on 25-26 June.

The Budapest Centre partecipated to the Expert Seminar “Facing gross violations and international crimes” organized by Geneva for Human Rights – Global Training (GHR) and of the Centro di Ateneo per i diritti umani, the Human Rights Centre of the University of Padova, in the city of Geneva on 14th May 2014.

Tuesday 8th May 2014 
Room 2C – Department of Political Sciences – University of Roma Tre
Via Gabriello Chiabrera 199 – Rome


A day meant to share a moment of remembrance for the victims, to show solidarity for the survivors, and to promote justice in a world free from discrimination

Monday, April 7th, 2014, Sala Protomoteca, Palazzo di Campidoglio, Rome