Hungarian Conservative

Ádám Bráder

Ádám Bráder

Ádám Bráder graduated from the Faculty of Humanities of Eötvös Loránd University in 2021 as an English major specializing in English in the Media and Applied Linguistics. From 2017, he worked as an assistant editor at TV2’s news programme. After graduating, he continued his work as an online journalist, which led to him joining the Hungarian Conservative team in 2022.
During these awareness-raising sessions, which precede children’s and youth productions, a stage actor, accompanied by a four-legged friend, utilizes experiential pedagogy to draw attention to the importance of animal protection
The HUNOR–Hungarian Astronaut Programme started its two-year training last March with a physician and three engineers in Hungary’s newly established professional astronaut corps. The goal of the HUNOR Hungarian Astronaut
In spring, several representatives of the world music genre will visit Müpa, including some who have never been to Hungary before.
On the occasion of the 180th anniversary of the birth of the great 19th century painter Mihály Munkácsy, the municipality of Békéscsaba and the cultural institutions of the Munkácsy Quarter
President Novák announced her resignation on Saturday afternoon. Subsequently, Judit Varga, the former Minister of Justice also returned her parliamentary mandate.
President Katalin Novák announced her resignation after causing public outrage with her decision to grant clemency to an accomplice of a convicted paedophile. Novák acknowledged that she had made a
‘In the past year, reasonable and realistic laws and fair regulations were enacted based on the proposals and requests of the Hungarian hunting community,’ the Deputy Prime Minister stated, who
This is the year of developments concerning Hungarian vocational education. The success of the renewed vocational education is due to its focus on practical training and dual education as well
The Hungarian-born French visual artist, Vera Molnar, passed away in December last year, shortly before her 100th birthday. The exhibition opening this Saturday was planned for this significant occasion, and
The conductor of the concert will be Thomas Sanderling, who has collaborated with masters such as Herbert von Karajan and Leonard Bernstein, while the soloist of the Violin Concerto will