In line with recent traditions, the Századvég organizes numerous conferences both in Hungary and abroad.
Participants include a number of cabinet members, heads of international research institutions, and high-profile members of the domestic and international economic community, both among the presenters and in the audience. The professional conferences organized by the Századvég focus on the most important issues researched and investigated by the institution in the field of economy, foreign and home policy, and culture.
The Századvég Summer School, co-financed by the International Visegrad Fund, was organized in cooperation with the Századvég Foundation’s V4 partners between 8 and 14 July 2018.
The appearance of a “strong Visegrád voice” in the debate on Europe’s future is also in the interests of the EU” – says the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó on Monday in Budapest.
“Traditional European values and Christianity are being preserved in Central and Eastern Europe, where the political elite continue to pay attention to what the people think and act accordingly,” reported Zsolt Barthel-Rúzsa, the Chairman of the Századvég Foundation at an event held in Budapest on Thursday.
The Government has adopted a 12-point proposal on the United Nations migration package, which it will be submitting to the President of the UN General Assembly, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced on Thursday in Budapest.
On the afternoon of 21 February 2018, Václav Klaus and Jiří Weigl presented their book Europe All Inclusive: a Brief Guide to Understanding the Current Migration Crisis at an event organized by the Századvég Foundation. At the event, the former Czech President Václav Klaus emphasized his support for the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s courageous position – unique in Europe – on the migration crisis.
In cooperation with the Israel Public Diplomacy Forum, Századvég also held a workshop on 15 November entitled “The increasing significance of the V4-Israel alliance”, including a panel discussion featuring IPD Forum Chairman Professor Eytan Gilboa and Zsolt Németh, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly.
Following the publication of the 2017 results of our EU-wide public opinion research, Project 28, we organized a conference on 7th July, entitled “Where is Europe Heading?”, where the speakers gave their take on this question based on the results of our opinion poll.
The Századvég Foundation held a conference on 6th June 2017, entitled “The Birth of a New America?”.
On May 9, 2017 Századvég organized a conference entitled “Pope Saint John Paul II and the Revival of Christian Europe”.
The relationship between Hungary and the United States will always be strong, which is why the two countries share common values - said Connie Mack, a former US congressman on 12th December, 2016 in Budapest at the Századvég Foundation's conference.
The conference organized by the Századvég Foundation, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the Andrássy University Budapest on 11th October, 2016.
As part of the conference series “A Europe of Values”, the international conference “National Values – European interests, Thatchers legacy: strong nation state, effective governance” was held at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on 5 May 2016. The event was jointly organised by the Századvég Foundation, the Danube Institute and the Hungarian Review.
In collaboration with the Ministry of Justice and the National University of Public Service, the Századvég Foundation organised an international conference entitled “Gaullism: the role of the state , law and national sovereignty in modern European democracies”.