When: Friday, June 14, 2019 09:30 - Friday, June 14, 2019 14:15
Where: House of Parliament: Budapest, Kossuth Lajos tér 1-3, 1055 Hungary
Credits of photograph: Andrew Shiva / Wikipedia
Family as the cornerstone of Country and Society
In the recent years Europe’s population has started to decline, the societies are growing old, and the void has to be filled. Many countries turned to the concept of importing people, workforce, sometimes far from their own culture and even sacrificing it in order to keep their economy running and prospering. This is a huge matter on its own but the cheap trick to bolster the numbers on quick pace has also other problematic aspects.
Others have turned to the concept of family and children. This is a hard concept, but the most natural and moral duty of a country and a government. It’s a long term plan, but the outcome that leads to having healthy families where families are both morally and physically healthy is a crucial and also a Christian duty.
The meeting will overview Europe’s society with invited experts and groups in order to understand and shed light on this huge project. The venue of the meeting will be the Huntsman Hall in the Hungarian Parliament.
Amongst the invited guests are:
- IKSZ családbarát munkacsoport/CDYA family workgroup
- FICSAK – Club for Young Families
Registrations for this event have closed.
09:00-10:00 Transfer to the Delegation Hall in the Parliament & Registration @Kossuth Lajos tér 1, Budapest
10:00-11:30 Welcomespeech, Prayer & panel discussion: Family, as the cornerstone of country and society
Leo von Doesburg
György Hölvényi ( Member of the European Parliament, International Director of KDNP)
11:30- 12:00 Coffee Break
12:00-13:30 Panel discussion: Family, as the cornerstone of country and society
Lőrinc Nacsa (MP, KDNP)
Nóra Király (Club for Young Families, president)
Frivaldszky Edit Emberi Méltóság Központ , CitizenGo a.D.
Molnár Balázs KINCS
Discussion (EU) Laws: Bence Kovács (IKSZ) moderator:
- Hajnalka Juhász (MP, KDNP)
- Christophe Foltzenlogel (ECLJ)
Wrap-up and closing