Statement Supporting NGOs in Hungary
A group of more than 80 leaders of philanthropic organizations in the United States and Europe, including the Open Society Foundations, issued a statement in response to the efforts of the Hungarian government to restrict and stigmatize nongovernmental organizations operating in the public interest.
The statement and full list of signatories can be found in the attached document.
Statement Supporting NGOs in Hungary (49.37 Kb pdf file)
Download the complete statement and list of signatories. (Updated: May 9, 2017)
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