On Wednesday, as we have already written, ELTE Faculty of Social Sciences teaches faculty and students about Corvinus and CEU.

Our article has been updated.

On the day of work, students oppose dismissal, interference and economic change affecting the autonomy of higher education. ELTE organizes Eötvö lectures on gender issues, later the Training Workshop on Current and Future Higher Education will be organized in the Education Network and the Student Government will organize a student forum. Before Corvinus they have a flashmob, and then join the CEU with ELTE Lágyitás Campus.

The event has already begun, but there are not many interests yet. Our CEU Nádor campus colleague met with dozens of students who first went to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences building, where they recorded some photos with their banner, and then drove with Corvinus by tram.

Meanwhile, "said another collaborator, about 15 Corvinus students waited for the Petőfi Bridge to come from CEU, arriving shortly after half ten.

Demonstrators join ELTE on the start of the strike, from where Corvinus is going to hold a flashmob.

Several cars supported support from Petőfi Bridge while 100-150 students crossed. Students arrived at the Campus Lágymányos Etvö University, where they can listen to lectures on gender issues and resistance forms, but will also be a student forum. A detailed program can be found here, but on Wednesdays CEU is also taking part in this matter.

Ágnes Kövér-Van Til, an ELTE undergraduate degree in Strike Day, said that they wanted to express their disagreement with the protest day, but not only opposed to the termination of the gender, as other disciplines had been lifted. He said it was a violation of university cars, and he said that, because of ideology, it was not possible to end courses or training. He also talked about misinterpreting and rejecting gender, so they have not yet used that term. During the strike, various lecturers will give the true meaning of gender.

Students told the rapporteur when he said that it was not disputed that gender studies were a true science. After opening, they also read the statements of affiliated institutions, and they received great applause.

ELTE BTK Media and Communication Department, Department of Philosophy and Aesthetics, ELTE BTK Hungarian Literary and Cultural Studies Institute joined the Solidarity and Information Strike Day, ELTE BTK German Language Department, ELTE BTK Anglo-American Institute ELTE Faculty of Sociology and Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences, Social Science Departments Department of Sociology and Communication of the Department of BUTE, Department of Contemporary Literature History and Literature, Department of International Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Pécs, Regional Center for Scientific Research of the Regional Research Institute of the Central and Northern Northeast of Hungary, and Bekescsaba Group of the Alfolan Scientific Department, Pécs Research Institute for Social Sciences at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Kerényi Károli College, Szeged University Education Network and CEU Students4CEU Group.

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