Overview of Social Economy in HU
The European House (EH) is a Budapest-based Hungarian civil society organisation registered by the Municipal Court of Budapest on 9 April, 1990 under No. 1661. It is a typical example of the intellectual ferment characteristic of the emerging democracies in Central and Eastern Europe
Its main objectives are the strengthening of civil society in Hungary and the promotion of the country's European integration process. http://www.europeanhouse.hu/e/
At the website of the Non-profit Research Group Association you can find news about current researching activities, opening speeches of debates about civil sector, remarks and comments.
The Hungarian Parliament enacted the Law No. 50 on the National Civil Fund on 23 June 2003 that aims the strengthening of the operation of civil society organisations and the development of the third sector through grant supports.
The exceptionality of the National Civil Fund is the decision-making process; civil society representatives - free from government influence - are responsible for decisions. The applicant organisations can be sure that their applications are considered by the delegated members who dispose the available resources.
This Hungarian website informs about news, events, trainings, tenders, positions – workplaces, organisations, information and documents about the non profit sector in Hungary. This site and the available information can be useful for the managers and future managers in Social Economy and everybody who has contacts with non profit or social organisations.
The site involves events, documents, tenders, best practices and lots of information concerning the implementation of the European Year of Volunteering in 2011 in Hungary.