The European Economic and Social Committee is interested in good practices of Hungarian family policy
Arno Metzler, President of the European Economic and Social Committee's (EESC) Diversity Europe Group, attended a meeting of the National Economic and Social Council (NESC) in Budapest. One of the themes of the event was the Hungarian family policy measures and their impact on the labour market.
During his talks with President Metzler in Budapest, he had talks with the National Association of Large Families with Katalin Kardosné Gyurkó, President of NOE, Enikő Újvári, Vice-President of the Three Princes' Three Princesses Movement and Balázs Molnár, Vice-President of KINCS. The topic of the discussion was Impact analysis and good practice in the light of Hungarian family policy measures. The meeting was moderated by Kinga Joó, Vice-President of NOE, a delegate of the EESC in Hungary and also a senior international coordinator of KINCS.
At the meeting, Balázs Molnár, Strategic Vice President at KINCS, presented the activities of the Maria Kopp Institute and the analyses and research activities of the Institute. President Metzler showed a keen interest towards the development of Hungarian family policy and the results achieved. As a EESC representative, he welcomed the policy-shaping impact and cooperation of civil and scientific actors.