Videos

29/09/2021

The conference's aim was to objectively assess the degree of Anti-Semitism in contemporary Hungary through the perspective of a diverse group of Hungarian Jewish leaders, activists, and a group of Hungarian and foreign scholars. These perspectives were juxtaposed to the often highly negative portrayals of Anti-Semitism in Hungary by the foreign media.

27/07/2021

This is the first of a multi-part series entitled “Cancelling Cancel Culture”, a gathering of significant voices from countries on both sides of the Atlantic, including Laurence Fox Professor Frank Furedi and Douglas Murray from the U.K., Dr. James Lindsay, Rod Dreher, Charles Cooke and Dave Rubin from the U.S., Eric Tegnér and Eric Zemmour from France, Professor Ryszard Legutko from Poland, Professor Josette Baer from Switzerland and pop star Ákos of Hungary.

26/07/2021

This is the second of a multi-part series entitled “Cancelling Cancel Culture”, a gathering of significant voices from countries on both sides of the Atlantic, including Laurence Fox Professor Frank Füredi and Douglas Murray from the U.K., Dr. James Lindsay, Rod Dreher, Charles Cooke and Dave Rubin from the U.S., Eric Tegnér and Eric Zemmour from France, Professor Ryszard Legutko from Poland, Professor Josette Baer from Switzerland and pop star Ákos of Hungary.

25/07/2021

“The first thing that strike any open-minded observer in all cases is the total absence of any self-restraining impulses”, so says Prof Legutko when comparing modern-day ‘Cancel Culture’ to past cancel culture events which were a part of the French Revolution and Communist Russia/USSR. In his lecture, Legutko addresses the underpinnings of Cancel Culture.

24/07/2021

This is the fourth of a multi-part series entitled “Cancelling Cancel Culture”, featuring Ákos Kovács, a Hungarian artist who has been producing chart-topping hits and albums for 30 years. What role does the artist play in resisting Cancel Culture? He is joined in the conversation by Rod Dreher, U. S. author of “Live Not by Lies”, British-American writer Charles C. W. Cooke, senior writer for National Review, and Erik Tegnér of France, founder of French media company “Livre Noir”.