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.
We will talk, in this online event, with Balázs Molnár, vice president of the Maria Kopp Institute for Demography and Families, and former Undersecretary of State for European Affairs of the Prime Minister’s Office in Hungary, who will present the keys and results of family policy in the government of Viktor Orbán.
Thanks to the incidence of these governmental actions, Hungary has achieved the highest increase among the birth rates of the European countries and abortion has fallen. The number of divorces has dropped by 22% since 2010 and marriage has increased by 43%.
At the forefront of this process has been Katalin Novák, the Hungarian Family Minister and president of the PNfV, who affirms that the government is looking to the future from our present, strengthening families who want to have children.
Hungarian families open to life have numerous advantages: a favorable tax system, a housing program, easy access to services, attractive discounts and credits, as well as financial aid, among others.
Balázs Molnár was one of the idealizers of the Hungarian family policy and will present to the members and friends of the PNfV its structure, key elements, difficulties and results in the last 10 years.
The meeting times are as follows:
- 07:00h Los Angeles, Vancouver;
- 08:00h Manágua, San José, San Salvador, Tegucigalpa;+
- 09:00h Bogotá, Mexico City, Lima, Panama, Quito, San Antonio, Winnipeg;
- 10:00h EDT, Asunción, Caracas, La Paz, Santiago, Santo Domingo, Toronto, Washington;
- 11:00h Brasilia, Buenos Aires, Montevideo;
- 15:00h Lisbon, London;
- 16:00h CEST, Budapest, Madrid, Paris, Rome, Warsaw.
To participate, resolve any questions about the event or make a comment, please contact: [email protected]