RIGHTS REPORTER BLOG
- How the Hungarian Government is Undermining EU Action Against LukashenkoWhile the rest of Europe watched with horror as Alexander Lukashenko unleashed unprecedented terror on its own people, the Hungarian government helped him to stabilize his power.
The Rights Reporter Foundation (RRF) is a non-profit organisation founded by Hungarian activists to advocate for the human rights of vulnerable populations. Our vision is of a society where policies affecting vulnerable communities are evidence-informed and respect human rights, as well as developed and implemented with the meaningful involvement of these communities.
Rights Reporter Blog
The Rights Reporter Blog provides you English news updates, articles and videos about rising authoritarian rule in Hungary.
Our English language website, Drugreporter, is one of the key regional drug-policy-related news hubs, with a unique online video database, which is constantly growing. Go to website ››
We produce high quality movies and other multimedia content, to document human rights abuses, to educate the public about best practices, to make policy making more accountable and transparent, to chronicle major events of social movements, and to give voice to those people who are marginalised. Learn more ››
We provide training to other NGOs in media and video advocacy. In the past two years, we have trained hundreds of people from all over the world. Learn more ››
We are part of several international networks and run our on Drugreporter Video Advocacy Network and the European Drugpolicy Inititative. Learn more››
We work with the mainstream media to raise awareness on human rights issues that are rarely covered by them from the perspectives of the most affected communities. Learn more››
We launch international and national campaigns, focussed on changing drug policies and promoting harm reduction. Most of our campaigns address one of the most outdated global systems, the international drug control system. Read more ››
Research and Publication
We conduct our own research or collaborate with international research teams. Read more ››