Welcome!
The Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organization is a Budapest based humanitarian organization that was created in 1992. The vision of the founder, Mr. Gibril Deen, is to fight for the rights of migrants and refugees, to combat racism and discrimination against foreigners and to encourage at all levels social inclusion in our community.

 

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About our sister organization in Gambia

 

 

  

 
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Gundel Károly Szakközép Iskola
51st Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and People's Rights (April 2012)
Beregszászi Találkozó
A Covid-19 története Magyarországon

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2020.05.25 Igazolt koronavirus fertőzöttek száma: 3 756
Házi karanténban: 11 810
Felgyógyultak: 1 711
Elhunytak: 941  2020.04.03 Orbán Viktor miniszterelnök elutasította a 13 EU tagállam közös nyiltakozatát, amely Magyarországot jogsértéssel vádolja a  koronavirussal kapcsolatos felhatalmazási törvény miatt.  2020.03.30 Az Országgyűlés elfogadta az időkorlát nélküli szükségállapotot és így Orbán Viktor rendeletekkel kormányozhat.  2020.03.28 Kijárási korlátozás l&ea [ ... ]


Covid-19 in Africa

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Covid-19 pandemic in the whole Africa Covid-19 pandemic in the Gambia Covid-19 pandemic in Nigeria Covid-19 pandemic in Senegal Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa        


Assistance for people in detention centres

My Organisation, Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation, is seeking assistance in terms of food supply for Asylum Seekers and migrants in the Hungarian detention centres. The unfortuante reports I've received is that the food supply to the center is woefully inadequate. Your little effort will be highly appreciated. Thanks! Gibril Deen   


Contact
Address:
Bán utca 1/a ll/1 doorbell 9
Budapest
Hungary
1123

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Telephone: (+36 1) 215-8301
Fax: (+36 1) 215-8301

Information: Mobile phone: (+36 30) 99 63 567