Welcome!
The Mahamata 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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FOOTBALL AGAINST RACISM PROGRAM IN HUNGARY

FOOTBALL HAS NO COLOUR - A FOCINAK NINCS SZÍNE 

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Integrációs nap a Szívárvány iskolában / Integration Day at Szivárvány School in Budapest (November, 2011)
Gambia - gyermekek és a kultúra
Radnóti Miklós Antirasszista Díj / Radnóti Miklós Anti-racism Award (March 2012)
MLSZ Gála 28 May, 2016

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  Mr. Deen,as a member of the MLSZ (Hungarian Football Federation) Minority, Fair play, grassroots Committee, participated at the closing Gala of the 2016 Spring season. See more photos: MLSZ Gála     or    .See our Gallery!


World Red Cross Day in Gambia

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 World Red Cross day was celebrazed on 11th May, 2016, in Gambia as well.See more photos: World Red Cross Day in Gambia 2016 or .See our Gallery!


Our new organization in Gambia

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 Mr. Deen, the president of our organization visited his country of origin, Gambia in May 2016. He founded an organization in Gambia as well: the Mahatma Gandhi Foundation for Gender and Equality. The organization has already been registered in May. During his stay, Mr, Deen has already started the relevant education in Gambian schools.   Egyesületünk elnöke, Mr. Deen látogatást tett szülőföldjén, Gambiában 2016 májusában. Itt is alapított egy szervezetet, nevezetesen a Mahatma Gandhi Foundation for Gender and Equality-t. A szervezetet már májusban bejegyezték. Tartózkodása alatt Mr. Deen a nemek egyenlőségével kapcsolatban oktatást tartott [ ... ]


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