My work / Constituency work
The Sapientia University awarded the Honorary Faculty Council Member Title to Csaba Sógor
The Honorary Faculty Council Member Title was offered to Csaba Sógor by the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania in Cluj-Napoca. The MEP of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ) has long supported university students by offering different scholarships, traineeship opportunities at the European Parliament and study visits in Brussels.
Helping disadvantaged children. The Ház a Holnapért turns 20.
For the past twenty years the Ház a Holnapért (House for Tomorrow) Association has been offering help to orphan and socially disadvantaged children and young adults. The NGO offers a good example for the entire Romanian childcare system with its activity - considers Csaba Sógor, Member of the European Parliament and president of the association. The 20th anniversary was held in Cristuru Secuiesc / Székelykeresztúr on 16 September, in the presence of the association’s German supporters.
Csaba Sógor about the political cleavages within the European Union at the Politeia summer camp
With the title „Our Central Europe”, the annual summer conference camp organized by the by the European Studies Department of Sapientia EMTE and the Political Science Department of ELTE was held this year with the partnership of the Hungarian Political Science Association in Romania (POLITEIA) from 6 to 9 July in Torockó/Rimetea.
Tashi Phuntsok in Szeklerland: Paying respect to Kőrösi Csoma Sándor for everything he has done for the people in Tibet
Kőrösi Csoma Sándor opened a road to Tibet, to the forbidden land. His perseverance, sense purpose and sacrifice inspire me every day in my work - said Tashi Phuntsok in Csomakőrös, where he joined a commemorative event on Saturday, 8th of April, during the Kőrösi Csoma Sándor Days.
The representative of the Dalai Lama in Kolozsvár/Cluj napoca: our dignity can only be preserved if our human rights are respected
The memory of borders being redrawn over people’s heads still lives in your people. You know what it is like, when they force your culture, traditions, your identity and your whole life under a national identity. You know what it means not to be allowed to use the symbols that bind your community together – Mr. Tashi Phuntsok draw a parallel between the people of Tibet and the Hungarians in Romania during a speech he held in Kolozsvár/Cluj Napoca.
The Gyarmathy scholarships were awarded
On Friday, 10th of March the 14th Gyarmathy scholarships were awarded during a ceremony held at Kalotaszentkirály-Zentelke. The students of the Gyarmathy school prepared a small festive programme, at the beginning of which director of the Ady Endre Elementary School and mayor Póka András held opening speeches.
The situation of disabled people discussed in Sfântu-Gheorghe / Sepsiszentgyörgy
Representatives of nongovernmental organizations dealing with the disabled urged for a better support of the work of social organizations and a shared setting of common goals. The specialists had a meeting in Sepsiszentgyörgy (Sfântu-Gheorghe), where they agreed to collaborate more in the future in order to improve the situation of people living with disabilities.
Csaba Sógor and Pál Csáky on the future of Europe
Members of the European Parliament Csaba Sógor and Pál Csáky debated about the transitioning Europe, the failings of multiculturalism, as well as the causes and consequences of the migration crises and the effects of Brexit. Hungarian MEP from Slovakia Csáky Pál arrived to Cluj-Napoca for the debate at the invitation of MEP Csaba Sógor. The event that took place on Friday, October 14th was hosted by Lutheran bishop Dezső Zoltán Adorjáni.
They commemorated people of Atid and Șiclod who died during World War I.
Several hundred locals in Atid and Șiclod commemorated World War I victims who died in October of 1916. The event took place on the 9th of October 2016.