The deadline for applying to take part in the first phase of the Words are Stones project has been extended!

The deadline for participating in the first phase of the Words are Stones project is approaching!

The Budapest Centre is offering full-time project assistant positions for two ongoing projects.

The Budapest Centre is pleased to introduce the experts involved in the “Prevention of radicalization in the Hungarian prison-system” project.

The Budapest Centre is pleased to announce the call for applications for participating in the first phase of the Words are Stones project.

Conference Report
“GENDER-BASED MASS ATROCITY PREVENTION”
Pre-event of the 10th Budapest Centre Human Rights Forum

On 4-5 December, the Budapest Centre launched the first of its series of trainings for prison personnel, provided by Vidia Negra and Borbala Fellegi within the framework of the project „Prevention of radicalization in the prison-system”.

On 8 November 2017, The Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention organized a roundtable discussion at the Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training, Hungarian National University of Public Service (NUPS) within the framework of the project „Prevention of radicalization in the prison-system”.