First Step – Slovak-Hungarian Conference in 2014
Second Step – Romanian-Hungarian Conference in 2016
Third Step – Austrian-Hungarian Conference on Industrial Digitization in 2017
2nd Day – Simulation Game – 18 March 2017
I am Csenge Roszík, one of the project leaders of Neighbourhood Dialogues 2018. I study law at ELTE Budapest and I am also a member of MCC’s Faculty of International Relations. I was involved in the project last year as well, and due to the amazing experience I gained, I decided to take a bigger role in the organizing process of the upcoming conference and to be a dedicated member and one of the backbones of the team working on continuing the series of MCC Neighbourhood Dialogues in 2018. As I am very much interested in diplomacy, intercultural relations and communication, I have always found it vital to develop cooperation among our countries and I truly believe that this conference is an amazing platform to do so. I encourage everyone to participate. With our team, we do our very best in order to organize an even more unique and unforgettable conference than in the previous years for you! We are looking forward to seeing you in March!
My name is Noémi Szegedi, and it is my pleasure to introduce myself as the other project leader of Neighbourhood Dialogues 2018. I study Business Administration and Management at Corvinus University of Budapest, and I am a member of the Faculty of Central-Europe at Mathias Corvinus Collegium. Even though I wasn’t involved in the organising process of Neighbourhood Dialogues last year, I have always found the vision of the project very important and intriguing. For this reason, being one of the head organisers of Neighbourhood Dialogues is an honour to me. I believe that the initiative of our conference is very important to the youth of Europe, because only by creating a platform for discussion are we able to move forward together. I promise that our team is committed to organise a convention full of exciting and thought-provoking programs and fun leisure activities. I hope I will see you soon!
The Neighbourhood Dialogues project is divided into several divisions for better efficiency. Ours is the Communication Division and it has six members, (from left to right in the picture) Dávid Pércsi, Viktória Bíró, Gergő Illés, Boglárka Cserni, Levente Czeglédy, and Blanka Bondor. Our task mainly consists of creating promotional material and maintaining our social media presence through Facebook, our website and Instagram. We are responsible for preventing any misunderstanding that might occur and answering questions about the program itself or any related issue. In addition, we will be posting all of the necessary and important information regarding the event for our attendees. Our job is very important both before and during the Conference, thus we hope that everything will go according to the plan and we look forward to meeting you all in March.
Partners and Participants Division
The “Partners and paticipants” division is going to introduce itself as well. Our team, led by Réka Szabó has great enthusiasm to organise an unforgettable conference for the participants. We are responsible for maintaining the communication with everyone involved in the event. We have many generous sponsors and partners as well, who are going to be informed about the latest news on the convention by us. With organising team-building programmes for the participants, we will do our best to ensure that a great community will be formed during Neighbourhood Dialogues 2018. As we have also taken part several conferences before, we know that the well-being of our guests is a crucial factor of the success of such an event. Therefore, we are striving to do everything in order to keep you satisfied, so please contact us whenever you have questions. We look forward to meeting you in March.
Greetings, everyone! Let us introduce our team, the Finance Division of the Neighbourhood Dialogues project. Our leader, Viktória Szenyéri, and her assistants are striving to ensure that numerous sponsors and partners will provide the necessary financial background for the project. Our tasks mainly consists of fundraising and allocating our resources. Checking invoices for accuracy will also be an integral part of our duties. We keep in mind that the responsibilities of this division are essential to the whole event. We are dedicated to complete most of our tasks in the project, however, we still have a lot of work to do until we finish everything in March. The experience and knowledge that we have gained during organising other similar events prove to be quite valuable now. We look forward to meeting you during those exciting days in March.