- 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
- Competition on the environment for students
- Visit of the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights and to Celje Prison
- International environmental conference
- Visit by the Geneva UNICEF delegation
- EMLA workshop on access to enviromental justice
Visit to the Emergency Centre of the Coronavirus Operational Group
On 17 April 2020, Commissioner for Fundamental Rights Dr. Ákos Kozma paid a visit to the Emergency Centre of the Coronavirus Operational Group at the Ministry of Interior, where the Ombudsman was received by Head of the Emergency Centre Colonel Tibor Lakatos.
The Operational Group for the Protection against the Coronavirus Epidemic was established by the Hungarian Government in order to fight against the new coronavirus.
The aim of the measures included in the Action Plan adopted by the Operational Group is to filter and localise any possible cases of the infection in Hungary, as well as to coordinate the tasks of state bodies in order to effectively organise healthcare and epidemiological measures. The Operational Group continuously analyses the current situation and, if necessary, introduces further measures.
During the visit, the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights was provided with detailed information about the operation of the Emergency Centre, which had been working continuously for 52 days.