By Jade Weiner, 2020 fellow The topic of discussion for this session was immigration detention, with Sam Grant, Policy...
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By Jade Weiner The 2020 René Cassin-AJA Fellowship Programme began with an exciting and inspiring introductory...
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Hungary is a country of poignant contradictions – a case study in the challenges of contemporary human rights. e learned about Jewish life and social action in Budapest, and the trip shone a spotlight on Hungary’s Roma community.
By Jeffrey Newman For me, this was the session when the Fellowship first began to ‘gel’. Partially this is the result...
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The trip offered our Fellows the opportunity to learn about why Hungarian society has embraced nationalism, how its ascendance has affected human rights & its impact on organised civil society.
Lauren Chaplin reflects on Day One, where Fellows met with Professor Gabor Balzas, Aniko Feliz of the Tom Lantos Institute and activist and academic Eszter Susan.
Bella Lever is “particularly struck by the interaction and overlap” between the Jewish, LGBTQI and GRT organisations that the Fellows encounter on Day Three.
Sam Alston reflects on the Fellows’ fourth day in Budapest.