- Dr. Ákos Kozma and CoE Commissioner for Human Rights Meet Online
- Dr. Ákos Kozma Receives Ambassador of Norway to Hungary in His Office
- Civil Consultative Body Attached to OPCAT NPM Holds Online Meeting
- Commissioner Contributes to International Ombudsman Institute Webinar
- Commissioner Contributes to UN Human Rights Council Social Forum
- The OPCAT Civil Consultative Body held a meeting again
- The Ombudsman received the heads of the Hungarian Red Cross
- Visit of the Ukrainian Child Rights’ Ombudsman
- "Ombudsman’s Corner" in Városliget at International Children’s Day Weekend
- Award ceremony and exhibition - drawing contest for national minorities
- The role of the European Union in sustainable development
- Work visit by the Commissioner to Komárom-Esztergom County
- Festive event on the 20th anniversary of the Aarhus Convention
- STANDUP4HUMANRIGHTS – Anniversary conference and exhibition at the Office
- The environmental and social impacts of electronic devices - conference
- Roma children’s songs - conference at the Ombudsman's Office
- Equinet Working Group meeting on communication strategies and practice
- New breeding techniques and genetic engineering - conference
- Work visit in Csongrád County
- SDG conference
Commissioner for Fundamental Rights and Ombudsman for Future Generations Visit Danube-Drava National Park
On 7 June 2021, Commissioner for Fundamental Rights Dr. Ákos Kozma and Deputy Commissioner for Fundamental Rights responsible for the protection of the interests of future generations Dr. Gyula Bándi paid a visit to the Danube-Drava National Park.
At the Old-Drava Visitor Centre in Szaporca, Director Szabolcs Závoczky and his staff members presented the activities of the Danube-Drava National Park, and explained in detail the restoration of wetlands of key importance with respect to the adaptation to climate change, as well as the possibilities of the related river channelling. They also described the professional issues concerning forest management in protected areas, as well as the challenges related to the zone classification of the National Park, along with the practical questions pertaining to the nature conservation and service provision character of the different zones.
The Danube-Drava National Park celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The Commissioner for Fundamental Rights considers nature conservation his priority task, and counts on the professional cooperation of the staff members of the national parks in their joint effort to safeguard the natural heritage of the Hungarian nation.