2003 Press Releases
Washington, DC – László Hámos, President of the Hungarian Human Rights Foundation succeeds Charles Vámossy as Chairman of the Board Washington, DC – On December
The Romanian government has “failed to enforce its commitments to the Hungarian minority,” noted the Hungarian American Coalition in a letter sent yesterday to U.S.
Three outstanding Hungarian researchers received the Charles Simonyi Research Scholarship Award in the Ceremonial Hall of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest on October 2, 2003.
Washington, D.C. – The Hungarian American Coalition (the “Coalition”) and other members of the Central and East European Coalition (the “CEEC”) met with presidential hopeful
Washington, DC- On September 10, five leaders of the Hungarian American Coalition met at the State Department with Ambassador-Designate George Herbert Walker, who has been appointed
WASHINGTON, DC – On July 25 the Hungarian American Coalition sent a letter to members of the U.S. Senate asking the legislators to urge the
Washington, DC – Twenty-two members of the Hungarian Parliament completed a three-week program in U.S. politics, language, and culture yesterday, co-sponsored by the United States
Hungarian American Coalition Sponsors Recognition of Minority’s Cultural Achievements Bratislava – Seven Hungarian writers and two artists received the Posonium Literary and Fine Arts Awards in
Washington DC – Several hundred people attended the dedication ceremony held in Kolozsvár (Cluj) on June 7, 2003, of the newly restored building that will
Hungarian American Coalition to Sponsor 25 Hungarian Parliamentarians for a Three-Week Seminar in Washington, DC
Washington, DC – The Hungarian American Coalition (Coalition), together with the US Embassy in Budapest and the US Department of State, will sponsor a Public
The Szechenyi Hungarian Community Saturday School and Kindergarten in New Brunswick, NJ, recently celebrated three decades of service to the Hungarian American community. Every Saturday
Washington, DC – On December 7, the Hungarian American Coalition held its 11th Annual Meeting at the Kossuth House in Washington, DC. The Board unanimously