Articles on Hungarian minorities issues which have appeared in past issues of CER.
14 May 2001
The Rusyns of Hungary
Brian J Požun
Magyars finally give the Rusyns what they have demanded for a millennium: a degree of autonomy.
7 February 2000
Jewish Life in Hungary, Part II
In contemporary Hungarian society accusations of anti-Semitism stretch all the way to the government itself and debate on the Holocaust remains emotionally and politically highly charged.
31 January 2000
Jewish Life in Hungary, Part I
In Hungary, there still exits a large gap between what the govenment says it will do to compensate Hungary's Jews, who died in the Holocaust, and what actually gets done.
15 November 1999
Revival and Struggle
Although Hungary's Jews are enjoying a cultural blossoming, its Roma haven't found things quite so rosy. We continue our look at minorities in Central Europe today.
25 October 1999
Erosion or Survival
CER talks to Alpar Losoncz, a lecturer on Vojvodinian Hungarians.
9 August 1999
Hungarians: Different Yet Tolerant
Hungary is more tolerant toward minorities than most of her neighbours.
17 May 1999
International Controversy at the Fidesz Congress
Hungary discusses the idea of autonomy for Vojvodina and the Hungarian minority there.