The Political Network for Values is a global platform and a resource for legislators and political representatives rooted in a Trans-Atlantic dialogue on shared values and aimed at collaborating as a network on a local and global level by actively defending and promoting the values we share.
We’re not going to apologize for protecting our children
June 17, 2021 – Hungary has garnered much recognition for our pro-family policies. Aside from these policies and tangible financial support offered to families, which have resulted in a growing number of marriages and births, we have also adopted a number of provisions in the interest of protecting children
Next webinar of Transatlantic Dialogues present the results of 10 years of family politics in Hungary
April 13, 2021 – The future of Europe can only be built from its past and its
Judaic-Christian roots, which we cannot renounce or forget if we want
our identity to be preserved; This heritage is the key to our future and
has already proven to be a guarantee for peace for just over half a
June 10, 2021 – The Political Network for Values (PNfV) will present next Friday, June 18, in its Transatlantic Dialogues, the successful results of a decade of public policy aimed at strengthening the family in Hungary.
October 21, 2020 – Members of the Spanish Bioethics Committee have unanimously opposed a
euthanasia bill, warning their government that the proposed legislation would oblige doctors to commit murder.
Elections in Peru and Mexico: the virtual victory of Castillo and the brake on López Obrador in Congress
June 9, 2021 – Freedom or authoritarianism. This was the dilemma faced by the citizens who participated in the electoral processes carried out in Mexico and Peru last Sunday, June 6. In Peru the second round to elect the President of the Republic took place, and in Mexico the Chamber of Deputies, local congresses and some governorships and mayors were renewed at the federal level.