ACCEPT PLURALISM: Hungarian Policy Brief on tolerance and diversity in political life

March 20, 2013

A Hungarian Country Specific Policy Brief on tolerance and diversity in political life was published within the ACCEPT PLURALISM project with the title of 'The Rise of the Extreme Right in Hungary and the Roma Question: The radicalization of media discourse' (Zsuzsanna Vidra, Jon Fox).

This policy brief summarizes the main findings of the report on ‘The Rise of the Extreme Right in Hungary and the Roma Question: The radicalization of media discourse’. The aim of the case study was to better understand the strengthening of the radical right in Hungary, its openly anti-Roma discourses, and the reactions of mainstream political actors to this radicalism. The findings point to a growing tendency of non-tolerant public discourse in Hungary that spread to almost all corners of the political spectrum.

The Rise of the Extreme Right in Hungary and the Roma Question: The radicalization of media discourse (Download)

 

 

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