The state of human freedom in Hungary and Slovenia – Comparing responses to COVID-19


The COVID-19 pandemic already resulted in crucial economic and political changes globally. In situations of such emergency, extraordinary measures by governments could be necessary, nonetheless democratic institutions and minority rights should be respected. Republikon carried out an international survey in Slovenia and Hungary. The focus of the survey was to measure COVID-19’s effect on human rights, as well as to examine whether emergency situations and special measures by central governments could have irreversible effects on human rights and individual freedom. We focused in this regard on citizen’s reactions and attitudes. In our online event we would like to discuss the results of our survey and find out why people could have these reactions and impressions. We would also like to highlight how citizens think about the importance of the European Union in the fight against the pandemic.

An event organised by the European Liberal Forum with the support of Republikon Institute

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