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.
As Hungary embarks on this journey towards sustainable urban development, stakeholders across sectors are poised to work together to build resilient, inclusive communities and drive equitable growth across regions.
According to data collected by the European automobile manufacturers’ association (ACEA), last month saw a roughly 80 per cent increase in the sale of fully electric cars in our country
According to the indictment, between 2019 and 2022, the man engaged in sexual acts with four minors, two of whom were under the age of fourteen.
Mayoral candidate of Fidesz–⁠KDNP Alexandra Szentkirályi unveiled her seven-point plan for the city at a campaign event on 17 April. Outlined in her plan are measures to tackle corruption, streamline
Organized in celebration of Earth Day, the three-day festival offers a rich programme of activities and experiences related to environmental and nature conservation.
Former Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, and Fabrice Leggeri, former head of the EU border agency Frontex and current lead candidate for the right-wing National
The John von Neumann Computer Society’s HCC Retro Microcomputer Division’s competition yielded a series of intriguing submissions, including games and demos. The aim was to resurrect the legendary Hungarian Homelab-3
Among the twenty winners of this year’s New European Bauhaus Prizes the Hungarian project titled Cooperative Ownership of Communities won the New European Bauhaus Rising Stars prize in the ‘Regaining
The unique exhibition presents the memory of witnesses, with most of the works created between 1944 and 1947.
In this year’s first call for applications, the European Union is giving out 35,500 free passes, with an initial quota of 779 passes for young Hungarians aged 18.