The project is aimed at providing an insight into the history of Hungarian social movements and shaping the representation of Hungarian civil society and helping process the rich social movement history. It amplifies the voices of people who, organized or sometimes as lone fighters, have protested against the injustices they have suffered. The timeline recalls their stand to show what the members of the movement considered important and how far they were willing to go to achieve it.
The project provides cutting-edge data of protest events to researchers, and also offers a new perspective on the subject. The growing project currently covers protest events of 11 social movements between 1989-1994. The aim is to include protest events from the first 30 years after the regime change, and to broaden the range of movements covered.
The project covers the following movements:
- Disability Movement
- Prisoners’ Movement
- Housing Movement
- LGBT+ Movement
- Labor Movement
- Women’s Movement
- Green Movement
Browse the timeline (available in Hungarian) here.