Corporate Europe Observatory report on Council lobbying
A New Ambiton for Water Resources in Europe
Alternatives to Nuclear Power – Workshop
Energy efficiency – Europe is taking a step in the right direction
Protection of investigative journalists in Europe
Greens/EFA respond to the news of the death of a Slovakian journalist
MEPs’ joint call to the European Commission for the protection of media freedom and investigative journalism
Binding targets will help cut bills and combat energy poverty
LuxLeaks upcoming court decision – quote from Benedek Jávor
Written comment to the European Parliament’s debate on the protection of journalism
Monsanto’s Tricks – The Greens’ video on the Monsanto-documents
Greens/EFA: Press release on controversial Ukrainian language bill
RomaWeek: Combating Antigypsyism in Europe
LuxLeaks trial: Convictions show the need for urgent EU protection of whistleblowers
Quote by Benedek Jávor on today’s Commission decision in the Paks II state aid case
Greens/EFA MEPs call on Council of Europe to monitor Romanian government
Political Discrimination in Hungary – Policy Solutions case studies
Comitology – Commission proposal would do little for accountability or public health
Report on the protection of whistleblowers
European Parliamentary committee writes open letter to VP Frans Timmermans on hindered corruption report
Interview with Benedek Jávor: Hungarian argument for Paks II nuclear project is invalid
ITCO, UNODC and GRECO say to European Commission: Open Up !
MEP Benedek Jávor’s written statement on the plenary debate of the Energy Winter Package
Nature Directives: Commission commits to Action Plan to ensure full compliance
EU research grant scheme for investigative journalists – Press release
MEP Benedek Jávor’s written comment to the COP22 debate of the European Parliament
Paks II: Questionable decision; further legislative debates to be expected
Orbán bites the European hand that feeds his oligarchs – it’s time to bite back!
Recommendations for better implentation of the Birds and Habitats Directives
Glyphosate – Green MEPs granted limited access to controversial studies
In solidarity with Népszabadság
Hungary migration referendum – results fail to meet threshold
Greens’ letter to Commissioner Moscovici calling for the prohibition of patent boxes
Press release: Luxembourg Leaks trial – Regrettable verdict a wake-up call on whistleblower protection
EU energy rules – Parliament calls for greater ambition ahead of upcoming review
MEP Benedek Jávor’s message on strengthening Roma participation in politics
Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant – Security Challenge for Entire Europe
Frequently asked questions about whistleblowers and whistleblower protection
Press release – Whistleblower protection Greens present draft EU law as Deltour trial continues
ITCO Press Statement – Trade Secrets Directive hampers prevention of corruption
Paks expansion – Dialogue for Hungary: EU law cannot be sidestepped
How to sell a country? Some thoughts on Putin’s visit to Hungary
Changing EU-Russia relations and their consequences for energy security in Europe
Rebuilding Hungary’s Green Politics
The Hungarian government now acts as if the European Commission’s decision on the suspension of EU funds was a surprise...
According to Dialogue for Hungary, the Orbán-family and the Fidesz-clientele should be the ones to pay the sanctions laid out..
Dialogue for Hungary welcomes the opinion of Attila Péterfalvi, head of the data protection authority, that rejects the secrecy of..
EU heads of state and government will meet for a summit on Thursday and Friday, with proposals for a European..
Brussels, 11 March 2015 –The Fukushima nuclear disaster began four years ago. Although it was initiated by the great earthquake..
According to Dialogue for Hungary the European Union should not allow Hungary to construct a new Nuclear Power Plant in..
European Parliament Intergroup on Integrity, transparency, corruption and organised crime is disappointed with the EIB’s new transparency policy
The European Parliament Intergroup on Integrity, transparency, corruption and organised crime (ITCO) is disappointed with the new transparency policy of..
EU rules on whistleblower protection must be prioritised The European Parliament today adopted a report on the fight against fraud...
The legal concerns of the data protection authority and law experts were not sufficient for President János Áder to revisit..
Benedek Jávor, Member of the European Parliament, calls upon the Hungarian government to forthwith release to the public the letter..