With more than 130 attendees and the participation of 6 experts, MCC organized its first regional ‘Election Night’ event in Debrecen. At the fully packed local training center event, participants were able to gain a deeper insight into Dutch domestic politics, and the background of the groundbreaking election.
The International Network for Immigration Research (INIR) has been established in Budapest by the Migration Research Institute, together with renowned American, French, and Israeli partner institutions, to provide a pragmatic, scientific, and professional approach to the issue of migration, and rejecting unrealistic ideological approaches to the issue.
Two major cities, world-class universities and renowned professors, public figures who shaped our history, two joint student programs, nearly twenty academic lectures, two federal judges and many more adventures in California: this was groundbreaking MCC-Stanford Student Summit that provided MCC students with a life-changing experience.
MCC Students visited key institutions in Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous country. The primary objective of the trip was to give students an insight into Indonesia's system of foreign relations.
What is the constitutional function of US "impeachment"? How does it differ from criminal prosecution? What US constitutional institutions play a role in the impeachment process? For what reasons is this procedure being used more often and what does it mean for American democracy? These and other exciting questions were answered at a recent panel discussion between Renée Lerner, Professor of Law at George Washington University and Craig Lerner, Professor of Law at George Mason University, at the MCC's Zalaegerszeg Centre, where we were given a glimpse into a fascinating area of American legal and political struggles.
„The fundamental rights and responsibilities are integral part of our cultural heritage, and the sovereignty of our nation is essential for their protection” – was pointed in the international legal conference of the Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) and the Barna Horváth Law and Liberty Circle. The conference’s panel discussions, attended by high number of participants explored the proliferation of rights claims that distort the balanced idea of fundamental rights and responsibility, the essential role of sovereignty and subsidiarity in protecting rights, the dangers of the increasing secularization or the challenges of economic globalization.
At Mathias Corvinus Collegium's opening ceremony of the academic year in Beregszász, Gergely Gulyás, Minister of the Prime Ministers' Office praised MCC for providing exceptional opportunities for gifted young people in Hungary and in the Carpathian Basin.
In a unique philosophical conference, MCC students explored beauty as a force that shapes both community and character. The event was held at Cambridge University, the alma mater of Roger Scruton, in the prestigious Peterhouse College, the university's oldest building complex. Students explored the depths of aesthetics with renowned professors and international academics at the event, organized by the Sir Roger Scruton Legacy Foundation.