Key recommendations -- Methodology -- I. Background -- II. Legal and policy framework -- III. Obstacles to protection -- IV. Hungary's human rights obligations -- Acknowledgments.
"The 58-page report documents chronic brutal violence against women by their intimate partners and the challenges women face in seeking state protection and services. It documents the gaps in Hungary's legal and policy framework, despite a recent legal reform, in responding to domestic violence and the failure of the authorities to adequately protect women who experience such violence."--Publisher's website as viewed December 3, 2013.
"This 29-page report analyzes the new constitution and laws and their negative effects on human rights and the rule of law. It shows how the government has largely ignored criticism from the EU and the Council of Europe and, through further constitutional changes, sought to reverse binding rulings by Hungary's Constitutional Court upholding fundamental rights. The report finds that the changes run counter to Hungary's legal obligations as a member of the EU and the Council of Europe."--Publisher's website.
Budapest : Pasts Inc. Centre for Historical Research, 2012.
Book — 276 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Part I. Academe and the politics of numerus clausus. -- The Hungarian numerus clausus : ideology, apology and history / Mária M. Kovács -- The first anti-Jewish law in interwar Europe / Peter Tibor Nagy
On the 1928 amendment to the Hungarian numerus clausus act / Andor Ladányi -- The restructuring of the academic market place in Hungary / Victor Karady -- "The radical defence in practice". The activity of the Turul Association at Hungarian universities between the two world wars / Robert Kerepeszki. -- Part II. Around the numerus clausus in Hungary. -- A successful battle for symbolic space : the numerus clausus law in Hungary / Katalin Fenyves -- " Numerus clausus represents a strong national ideology." Bishop Ottokár Prohászka and the closed number law in Hungary / Csaba Fazekas -- " All modern people are persecuted." Intellectual exodus and the Hungarian trauma, 1918-1920 / Tibor Frank
Numerus clausus exiles : Hungarian Jewish students in inter-war Berlin / Michael M. Miller
Anti-semitism at universities in Romania (1919-1939) / Lucian Nastasa
Memories about a segregated "Jewish Class" in a Budapest grammar school 1939-1947 / János M. Bak
Chronology of the numerus clausus in Hungary / Vera Pécsi
The volume contains the most important decisions made by the Constitutional Court of Hungary between 1998 and 2001, including decisions concerning basic human rights. The editors are Dr. Andrs Holl, president of Constitutional Court of Hungary, and Dr. rpd Erdei, vice-president of the Constitutional Court of Hungary. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9789630582728 20160527