Also known as: Portfolio
Here are those of my writings that enrich other parts of the almighty Internet.
- The Interview – originally published on Short Fiction Break. I submitted this short story for my first writing contest ever. It is a about a young woman, Annabelle, and her battle against time.
- Hugs – originally posted on the Blog of Untruths, the online version of the Book of Untruths written by my creative writing instructor, Miranda Doyle. This piece signals my tiny attempt in life writing and it is about the unspoken tensions behind a photograph.
Social issues, campaigns
- How Progressives Can Win the Immigration debate: Lessons from Hungary – originally published on Political Critique. Trump, Brexit, Orban. The thing in common? The anti-migrant agenda. This piece is about how progressives can tackle worldwide hate campaigns against immigration.
- The Ghost of Feminism – originally published on the blog of the Young Women’s Trust. This blog post is about a personal struggle for being an independent woman in a men’s world. You should also check out this organisation, the Young Women’s Trust, it is great. I still rely on the things they helped me realise during their FREE coaching sessions.
- Is a Progressive Alliance a Progressive Solution? – originally posted on Bright Green. I co-wrote this article with my husband. I was responsible for writing the part about campaigning. It is about how the British progressives have to face very similar challenges as the Hungarians and what they may be able to do about it.
If you feel adventurous – considering that Hungarian is one of the hardest languages to learn – or if you’re Hungarian, here are a couple of pieces in Hungarian as well:
- Jane Goodall a felelősség tanítója – Jane Goodall, the Mentor of Responsibility – I wrote this piece when Jane Goodall visited Hungary and it is about the roots of ecological thinking.
- A gonosz banalitása, avagy újabb csapás a közoktatásra – The Banality of Evil or Yet Another Disaster for Public Education – This post is about how the Hungarian government dismantles the system of public education in order to create and favour a new social class, where people coming from worse-off families are locked out.
- Amikor a farok csóválja – kancellárok az egyetemek élén – Wag the Dog – Chancellors as University Directors – This post is about how the Hungarian government violates the freedom of education.
- 2014. április 6. és a Nagy Családi Egyetértés – This is a personal post about why I voted against the right-wing government on the national elections.
- Nemzeti Felsőoktatás – Bombák Földjén – National Higher Education – The Land of Bombs – The trap of the new student loan, increasing student debts, distorted upward mobility and the future of Hungary. I wrote about how the Hungarian government screws up higher education for young people and how this puts their and the country’s future in danger.
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