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.

FEKETÉN FEHÉREN A RASSZIZMUS ELLEN/CLEARLY AGAINST RACISM

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AZ EMBERI JOGOK VÉDELME ÉS A FAJI MEGKÜLÖNBÖZTETÉS ELLENI KÜZDELEM VESZÉLYBEN VAN MAGYARORSZÁGON!

Ezért a SPIN hálózat szolidaritási kampányt indít a Mahatma Gandhi Emberi Jogi Szervezet megsegítésére. Támogassa Ön is a szervezet munkáját 20 €-val, ezért kapni fog egy jó minőségű, szolidaritás emblémával ellátott pólót. A részletekért kattintson ide!

 

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EZ ITT A KÉRDÉS! THIS IS THE QUESTION! INTERVIEW WITH MR. DEEN (FROM 27. MINUTE)

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SPORT INCLUSION IN BUDAPEST! LISTEN TO PODCAST, WATCH VIDEOS!img_2369.jpg

   

   BLACK LIVES MATTER! SPEECH OF MR. DEEN

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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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Our projects
EUROPEAN SPORT INCLUSION NETWORK CONFERENCE-CALL FOR PARTCIPATION PDF Nyomtatás E-mail

 
 
 
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Dear Colleagues, dear Friends:

Following the recent influx of refugees crossing into the EU, actors of the organised sport movement, as well as many new grassroots initiatives, have started to provide sport and leisure activities to the newly arrived migrants as a form of social inclusion. 

What is the current situation regarding the social inclusion of migrants, refugees and minorities across Europe? What role can sport volunteering play in the successful social inclusion and integration of migrants, refugees and minorities? What kind of strategy is needed on a local, national and European level?

 To address these and other questions, the European Sport Inclusion Network (ESPIN) is organising the European networking conference “Equal Access and Volunteering of Migrants, Minorities and Refugees in Sport” (25-26 November, 2016) in Budapest. The event will be held at the Central European University Conference Center and is hosted by the migrant-led NGO, Mahatma Ghandi Human Rights Organization (MGHRO)

The two-day event will see a strong involvement of grass-roots activists, sport stakeholders, migrant and minority groups, with a focus on Refugees and Roma communities, as well as human rights advocates, researchers and students. Translation between Hungarian and English will be offered.

Programme and Speakers

The programme and the list of speakers will be continuously up-dated, please check here

A short conference briefing please find here

 Registration and Accommodation

There is no conference fee, catering (including a networking dinner in the city center) will be offered free of charge. However participants are encouraged to donate, in order to support the work of Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation (MGHRO).

The organisers will not be covering travel and accommodation. Single rooms in a nearby hotel with breakfast will be offered for a rate of 50 € per night. 

You need to complete and return the Registration form to Az email cím védve van a spam botoktól, a megtekintéséhez a JavaScript bekapcsolása szükséges . The Registration form is available for download here . 

Please register by 7 November!

Looking forward to see you in Budapest !

Find the report of the 2011 event in Vienna here:

http://www.footballforequality.org/fileadmin/mediapool/pdf/spin/SPIN-Konferenz-sc.pdf

www.sportinclusion.net

 

 
 
European Week of Sports, Tiszabura 1/10/2016 PDF Nyomtatás E-mail
On 1 October 2016, the Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation and the local government of Tiszabura coordinated a football match for the European Week of Sport in Tiszabura, Hungary in partnership with ESPIN. The event was to support the integration of refugees and minority groups into the greater Hungarian society.  
The match was between football teams from Tiszabura and Turkeve, two towns in rural Hungary. These towns are both home to a significant Roma population. Tiszabura, especially suffers from a serious lack of government funding and economic development.

The target group of the event was a mixed group men between the ages of 18-40 years of age. The teams themselves were Hungarians, Roma, two Iranians and one German. The team members, coaches and referees consisted of 40 members and the event attracted a large audience with about 100 community members turning up to watch the match and cheer on their team. The Tiszabura team leaders, Imre Nagy and Béla Fehér, have solicited a migrant volunteer in the community who is originally from Pakistan. Currently he helps with cooking for the team at team events and, Imre Nagy, who is also the mayor of Tiszabura, is hoping to get him involved with more of the sport activites in the near future. It was a very successful event. Volunteers from the community made a delicious, giant cauldron of Hungarian lamb stew (pörkölt) with potatoes. Many other members of the community joined in with offerings of fruit, schnitzel and other snacks. The weather was perfect and the atmosphere was extremely friendly, with everyone involved in the game, people eating and laughing.
Our organisation presented trophies and medals for the players to encourge their participation. As they lined up to receive their trophies and medals after the match, they all seemed extremely happy and proud. See our photos : https://flic.kr/s/aHskKZwyni


 

 
Sport and yoga with disabled people PDF Nyomtatás E-mail

 

 

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We participated at sport and yoga events organized with participation of disabled people, on the 5th and 11th July  2016 in Győr Hungary and in Nagypaka (Velká Paka) Slovakia.

Following sports were performed:

darts, ping pong, javelin, bowling, football, wheelchair race etc. See our photos in the gallery, title: Sport and yoga with disabled people!

 

 

 

 

 
African, Latin cultural event at Mándy Iván school PDF Nyomtatás E-mail

We organized an African, Latin cultural event at the Mándy Iván school, in ccoperation .with the HAND organization. After having discussed human right issues, performance of African and Latin musical, dance  artists, as Abdoul Camara, (Senegal) Lemos Vicente Paulino De-Jesus (Angola) Perez Alcoreza Louis René (Bolivia) followed. Hungarian students enjoyed learning African dances. 

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 Date of the event: 04-02-2016.

See more photos on Flickr!

 
Football for Development PDF Nyomtatás E-mail

Our organization's football team consisitng of migrants, played friendly match with the team of the Budapest Mándy Iván school. 

  

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See our photos and video 

 

 

 
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