Are you a non-EU citizen living in Hungary and would you like to improve your skills for community organization? Would you like to represent your migrant community in consultative forums and raise awareness through media and social media effectively?
The free 60-hour training program of Subjective Values Foundation in the fall of 2017 not only offers a theoretical knowledge on these issues but participants can also take part in a series of consultative roundtables with decision-makers. Late joining to the program is possible from the third training session on 9 September, 2017.
The program is designed to train non-EU citizens living in Hungary to advocate the interests of their migrant communities at state- and local-level forums, making these communities more actively engaged in policy dialogues and decision-making processes. As an optional element, participants will be offered the chance to put their knowledge on the subject into practice in consultative roundtables with public authorities and administrative bodies, alongside and after the training.
The aim of the roundtable series is to provide feedback to policy-makers and public administrators on how public services in Hungary can be improved to be more inclusive. For this reason, those volunteering as migrant community representatives will be asked to carry out a community needs assessment in advance, in the planned topics of the consultative events: education, culture, health care and social policy, employment, immigration and aliens control.
Falk1 Event Centre – Edutus House
1055 Budapest, Falk Miksa u. 1.
Who We Are Looking For
Non-EU citizens legally residing in Hungary with a residence permit for more than three months, or having been granted asylum, with a knowledge of English.
A limited number of participants will be eligible for:
A one-time stipend of HUF 100,000
How to Apply
To apply for joining the 8-session program from its 3rd session, send your CV to email@example.com. Deadline for applications: 3 September, 2017
Introduction to the political system of Hungary and political approaches to migration in Hungary (10 hours)
The representation of migration in the Hungarian media (12 hours)
Migrants in Hungary (16 hours)
The protection of the interests of migrants in Hungary (14 hours)
Advocacy and debate skills, interactive exercises (8 hours)
17th June 2017, Saturday 10:00-18:00
1st July 2017, Saturday 10:10-17:15
9th September 2017, Saturday 10:00-18:00 (Note: Up to this date, the training program is still open to new participants.)
10th September 2017, Sunday 10:00-18:00
30th September 2017, Saturday 10:00-18:00
1st October 2017, Sunday 10:00-16:00
14th October 2017, Saturday 10:00-18:00
15th October 2017, Sunday 10:00-18:00