Hungary – Youth Leader Training of AEMN

AEMN is continuing its training model program in Hungary – the 4-th workshop since 2013 was held in Szolnok.

Education for the future politician generation

AEMN started to cooperate with several youth organizations related to the nationalist and traditionalist way of thinking in Europe. In 2013, an International workshop was launched with the assistance of the Youth Division of Jobbik (October 4-6, Tata – Hungary). The program continued thereafter and since 2014 AEMN participates in the training program with own lectures and workshop.

This year the program was implemented in 2016 Szolnok – Hungary, on October 7-9, where young leaders of political, civic and traditionalist organizations of Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia and Ukraine received lecture about the working program, the activities of AEMN and its international relations.

This October, the theme of the workshop was about the European political challenges and the Crisis of Immigration, border protection and terrorism threat in Europe and its member states – with special attention to the Middle-European region. The program let the International participant to have insight of the actual European political challenges and Immigration problems from a point of view of AEMN and its political partners as well.

Keynote speakers of the program:

  • László Sípos – director of project management – AEMN,
  • Kitti Varga – vice president of YD Jobbik,
  • László Szávay – professional trainer,
  • Maté Silhavy – professional trainer

The young leaders expressed their interest towards a more integrated form of cooperation with AEMN, its partners. The method of workshop – including problem identification, presentation of views, mediation and solution seeking – provided the participants valuable practical skills as well.

AEMN will consider the organized possibility of inviting more young political activist to its professional training program.​ More possible forms of training and internship programs will be elaborated in the future.