The ALF Hungarian Network currently counts 66 members, including civil society organisations, foundations, associations, museums, schools, universities, and other institutions working in the field of intercultural dialogue or representing the values of the foundation in their work. The network members are spread nationwide in the cities of Budapest, Debrecen, Győr, Kecskemét, Szolnok, Nagyvázsony, and Nyíregyháza, enriching with their hard work the Hungarian society. The main areas of activity among them are youth, education, research and arts in many forms such as dance, theater, film or performing arts.
Since 2013, the Palantír Film Foundation fulfills the role of the Head of Network, as it was elected by the members. Together, we aim to enhance cooperation and mutual support between the national and international members of the ALF society.
The network's strength is collective actions such as the “Art as a Medium Festival” that was held in 2014 and 2016, where school programmes designed in tandem with an academic conference provided an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about the work and recent research results of organisations working in the field of intercultural dialogue. Aside from collective action, our members currently are very active locally, and internationally in ALF, as well as in other collaborations such as Erasmus+ projects.
The Hungarian network is an open network that welcomes any civil society member joining and any international partner to collaborate.
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