MEP György Hölvényi together with AVSI Foundation held a conference, titled “What kind of help are Syrians asking for?” During the event ahead of the Brussels VII Donor Conference Supporting the future of Syria and the region.
György Hölvényi: Education quality in Africa is a prerequisite for preventing mass migration
High-quality education must be provided in Africa, because this will not only ensure proper living conditions for people in the region, but also prevent mass migration, said György Hölvényi, Christian Democrat MEP in a statement to MTI on Wednesday.
Access to quality education is an opportunity for the next generation in Africa
At plenary session of the European Parliament on Tuesday, MEPs adopted the report on “Towards an EU strategy to promote education for children in the world.” MEP György Hölvényi contributed to the preparation of the report on behalf of the Committee on Development.
Equal partnership, greater responsibility
The EU needs to recognise that we can only make progress where our African partners are open to change”, said MEP György Hölvényi, Coordinator for EPP Group Coordinator in the Committee on Development, at the plenary session of the EP on EU-Africa relations
European and African trade
György Hölvényi MEP tells Mace’s Themistoklis Asthenidis about his expectations for a new partnership deal between the European Union and the African Union covering five major pillars.
Professional recognition of Hungary’s Africa policy
In recognition of the work of the past two and a half years, MEP György Hölvényi was re-elected by his fellow MEPs as the Coordinator for the EPP Group in the Committee on Development.
Africa needs partnership and not lecturing
There is a need for a change in European Africa policy. A characteristic centre-right, Christian-Democratic position is essential for this,” said György Hölvényi, Member of the European Parliament
Unrealistic promises undermine Africa’s trust in Europe
“Increasing vaccination in Africa is not only our humanitarian duty, but it is also in Europe’s best interest” pointed out MEP György Hölvényi in his contribution to the topical debate titled: The EU’s Role in Combatting the Covid-19 Pandemic on the plenary sitting of the European Parliament.
We need a more effective development policy to stop migration!
The most urgent task for the next years will be to address the migratory pressures from Africa. We cannot allow the EU to stand idly by the imminent migration crisis as it did in 2015.