René Cassin AJA Fellows go to Budapest!

30 Aug, 2018 | 2018 Cohort, Budapest, Fellowship Programme

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René Cassin’s 2018 Fellowship Programme saw our Fellows take to Budapest, where they explored the rising tide of nationalism consuming Hungarian political culture.

The trip offered our Fellows the opportunity to learn about why Hungarian society has embraced nationalism, how its ascendance has affected the country’s provision of human rights, and the impact on the activity of organised civil society.

Read the full programme itinerary below or download it here.

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