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Miklós Kásler

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Hungary would like to grow by relying on its own resources

Ministry of Human Capacities, April 30, 2019 9:41 AM

Hungary believes it is able to embark on a course of growth and to become a rejuvenated nation by relying on its own resources, the Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs of the Ministry of Human Capacities said at the conference Shift Towards a Family-Friendly Europe on Monday in Budapest.

Minister of State Katalin Novák received award in Warsaw in recognition of Hungary’s family policy

Ministry of Human Capacities, April 25, 2019 2:04 PM

Polish and Hungarian family policies are engaged “in a noble contest”, they both open up opportunities for the establishment of families and the births of children, Katalin Novák, Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs at the Ministry of Human Capacities stressed on Wednesday in Warsaw.

Government to offer emergency aid to seriously injured survivors

Ministry of Human Capacities, April 22, 2019 7:04 PM

The Hungarian government offers an emergency aid package worth HUF 9 million to the seriously injured survivors of the bombings carried out in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday and to children left orphans, the Minister of State for helping persecuted Christians and the implementation of the Hungary Helps Programme at the Prime Minister’s Office announced on Monday on the public service television news channel M1.

The Holocaust was one of the most pointless and brutal acts of destruction in world history

Ministry of Human Capacities, April 17, 2019 10:33 AM

The Minister of Human Capacities called the Holocaust one of the most pointless and brutal acts of destruction in the history of the world at a commemoration on Sunday to mark the Day of Remembrance for the Hungarian Victims of the Holocaust in front of the House of Terror Museum in Budapest.

Hungary has become a basis of reference with relation to family support measures

Ministry of Human Capacities, April 9, 2019 4:25 PM

Katalin Novák reported on the results and novelties of Hungarian family policy at a summit of the Political Network for Values organisation in Columbia. In a statement to Hungarian news agency MTI on Monday, the Ministry of Human Capacities’ Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs highlighted that Hungary has become a basis of reference when it comes to family support measures.

Hungarian family policy has become a basis of reference

Ministry of Human Capacities, April 2, 2019 4:41 PM

“The Hungarian family policy system has become a point and basis of reference”, the Ministry of Human Capacities’ Minister of State for Family and Youth Policy Katalin Novák said on Hungarian M1 television’s Tuesday morning current affairs program.

United States regards Hungarian family support system as a model worth following

Ministry of Human Capacities, March 18, 2019 3:19 PM

The United States regards the Hungarian family support system as a forward-looking model which is well worth following, the Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs at the Ministry of Human Capacities said on the public service television news channel M1 on Monday.

Migration poses a threat to both healthcare and education

Ministry of Human Capacities, March 13, 2019 1:34 PM

“Migration poses a threat to both healthcare and education, in addition to shaking the foundations of the welfare state,” Parliamentary State Secretary Bence Rétvári from the Ministry of Human Resources said on Wednesday on Kossuth Radio’s “Good morning, Hungary!” show.

New child support and interest-subsidised loans for used homes available from July

Ministry of Human Capacities, February 11, 2019 4:54 PM

From 1 July the interest-subsidised loans provided under the family housing benefit scheme (‘csok’) will also be available for the purchase of used homes, and families will be able to apply for the new child support in respect of children born after 1 July, Katalin Novák announced.

Pensions to increase by an annual 42 thousand forints

Ministry of Human Capacities, January 7, 2019 8:54 AM

“This year, pensions will be increasing by 2.7 percent, the increased pensions will be arriving on bank accounts on 11 January and the post office will begin deliveries on 16 January; pensions will be increasing by an annual 42 thousand forints in the case of an average pension”, Bence Rétvári said.