On 8 April, the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the University of Pécs organised an international conference entitled "The Pandemic and the Law",
which explored the legal effects of the pandemic in different areas of law, with the help of international legal perspectives.
The Minority Ombudsman gave a presentation at the FUEN - Federal Union of European Nationalities conference on "Minority Protection and the Rights of Ethnic Groups in Central and Central-Eastern Europe".
One of the cornerstones of the work of the Minority Ombudsman is the exchange of experiences and the exploration and implementation of opportunities for joint work with partner organisations. In this spirit, Zsolt Molnár, Deputy People's Advocate (Avocatul Poporului) for Human Rights, Equal Opportunities, Religious Affairs and National Minorities and the Minority Ombudsman met in the online space on the afternoon of 10 March.
The general comment primarily focuses on the issues related to teaching the history of the Roma nationality, which is a special one in several aspects.The primary purpose of issuing this general comment is to present to the Hungarian professional public Recommendation CM/Rec(2020)2 of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe, which provides guidance and concrete solutions for integrating Roma history and culture into school curricula and materials.