CARPATHIAN DIPLOMACY – ACADEMY OF CHRISTIAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS
10–12th November 2017
“Christian diplomacy” or “Christian democratic foreign policy” are hard found these days. Only well-trained, committed Christian (democrat) diplomats, foreign and security policy experts as well as foreign policy makers who are self-conscious in their vocation and in their choice of values, can undertake in the hope of success with the support of the Hungarian Christian intelligentsia and communities of the Church in the Carpathian Basin.
There are a couple activities that could help in this renewal: the strengthening and training of people serving in the area, or rather the priming and orientation of a future Christian (democratic) “foreign affairs generation”. At the same time the initiation of a two-and-a-half daylong conference-course by the foreign policies’ academy will provide such a meeting that serves as a delightful experience for the up and coming generation.
18–35-year-old Christians of good intellect, who are interested in foreign policy, i. e. students of universities/colleges, youngsters graduated from universities / colleges, civil servants, etc.
10–12th of November 2017 (Friday morning – Sunday lunchtime)
Saint Adalbert Centre (Szent István tér 10, Esztergom, 2500)
Dr. Zsolt Semjén, Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of KDNP (Christian Democratic Peoples’ Party)
Dr. János Horváth, Travelling Ambassador (acting) and Doyen (oldest member) of the Hungarian Parliament (2003–2014)