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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FOOTBALL AGAINST RACISM PROGRAM IN HUNGARY

FOOTBALL HAS NO COLOUR - A FOCINAK NINCS SZÍNE 

 
 
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FARE Action Week 2012
Addressing Racism and Discrimination through Sport and Education
Respect Diversity 2014, Rome
Funding Assistance Appeal, help us continue our work!

The MGHRO football club has been aiding the support,  integration and acclimatisation of migrants and refugees  since 1994. The sudden withdrawal of funding has disturbed the ability for the organisation to not only fulfill its mandate of social inclusion and migrant and refugee integration through sports, it has left destitute the migrants, refugees and asylum seekers further entrenching the already lived traumatic experiences of leaving their home coutries. The absence of funding has caused the standstill of organisation activity aimed at supporting  the migrants and refugees as, which means the refugee crisis is compounded and further entrenches the stigma of refugees being a social and economic burden to their new communitities. The Organisation   [ ... ]


Why the work of NGOs in Hungary is in danger

The recent re-election of Vicktor Orban for the third mandate as a Prime Minister of Hungary comes at no surprise for many Hungarians. Fidesz, the ruling party, and Jobbik, the opposition strongest party, accused of nazi-inspiration, have used all their power order to promote their illiberal ideas, using state funds and shutting down all the opposition. As OSCE’s observation mission report noted, even if in Hungary there is still a plurality of choices, the campaign was fulfilled with intimidating and xenophobic rhetoric, “undermining contestants’ ability to compete on an equal basis”.  


Sport Welcomes Refugee- A good Practice Guide

The organization understand the sports initiative a primary tool to defend refugees’ human rights as  well organizing cultural events in order to establish a more tolerant and friendly atmosphere in the local societies. The organization overall provides legal assistance to asylum seekers, organizes integrating projects in education and sports whilst attempting to massage the Hungarian mentality against foreigners and offering migrants the space to better integrate into the society.


Contact
Address:
Ferenc krt. 18. Fszt. 1.
Budapest
Hungary
1092

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

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