Fellowship Programme

Budapest – May 2019

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.

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René Cassin AJA Fellows go to Budapest!

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.

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Modern slavery is insidious

It’s in the food we eat, the clothes we wear, and the IT we rely on – Bella Lever reflects on the Fellowship Programme’s second session.

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2015 Budapest Study Tour

In June 2015, we took a party of young professionals from the UK, US and Israel to Budapest to learn about human rights from a Jewish perspective.

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