A few days at the baby ward – Coffee break with a new mom, part 4

Practically, part 4 of Coffee break with a new mom directly follows the events of part 2 (read the previous parts here, here, and here). Can you remember what happened in part 2? Continue reading

Useful things only: hospital bag tips – Coffee break with a new mom, part 3

Part 3 is up! This time, our new mom (you can read part 1 here and part 2 here) offers advice on hospital bags. What to pack and bring to the maternity ward with us? What proved useless, despite the recommendations? Continue reading

To care for caring – part 3 (including book review)

We’ve reached the end of the series. I saved the most divisive topic for last; the article might result in much reproval, but here, in this moment, I’m not describing what happened from a political, but a human perspective. Continue reading

Arrival of a baby girl – Coffe break with a new mom, part 2

In part 2 of Coffe Break (you can read part 1 here), Ági’s tale approaches the time of labor and delivery. In the morning, everything was pointing to an average weekday, but it ended up with the arrival of a new family member :) Continue reading

Így fejlődik a fenntartható építészet európai fiatalok által – SDE2019

Under translation.

27 felsőoktatási intézmény – köztük 3 magyar egyetem – hallgatói versengenek június 27. óta Szentendrén, a Szoláris faluban. A tíz csapat egy nemzetközi innovációs házépítő verseny keretein belül alkotta meg mintaházait, Continue reading

The secrets of pregnancy – Coffee break with a new mom 1

Our newest series of articles revolves around a new mother. Ági invites you to a friendly chat so she can tell you about her everyday life, how things have changed, and what’s new. Until recently she’s been a speech therapist, a special education teacher, and a lecturer, but since July she’s also the mother of a baby girl. Continue reading

Down syndrome – a sibling’s perspective

After having seven children, the Weeber parents decided to become foster parents. Thus their loving, protective family accommodated three children with Down syndrome. Now, from a sibling’s perspective, we get an insight into what children with Down syndrome are like.Written by Dorottya Kolbl-Weeber. Continue reading

Competitive sports for the youth, and chhosing the right sport for them

Exercise is a natural need for a child. Later though, one must consciously work to maintain this need. After all, exercise greatly determines our physical, mental, and spiritual health. Continue reading

Music and dance belongs to everyone – or what a dance class is like at the Institute for the Blind

Unique to the country, the National Institute for the Blind deals with children and young people with serious visual impairments. Among other things, they provide school, housing, and rehabilitation services to those in need, including activities aimed at preserving physical condition. Continue reading

PickItUp! – Well, we did

All the litter people throw away tend to accumulate in various places. Sooner or later they end up in rivers, the water drives them for miles, then wash them into the reeds or wash them ashore (and if it doesn’t, they continue to the ocean). Continue reading

A list

about what we can do at home to protect the environment

If we have the will, the desire to contribute to the protection of nature and the built environment around us, we have to start small. Continue reading

Misconceptions series – 2.

With this series we’ll try to demolish the wall of misconceptions which separates people from the truth. Articles of the series will cover internationally relevant topics. The second part deals with biodegradable plastics (read the first part here). Written by Noémi Szabó.

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Experiences and impressions – Green Civil National Meeting

Between 31st May and 2nd June we represented abitbetter.eu at the Green Civilian National Meeting (Zöld Civil Országos Találkozó). You can read our accounts of the event below. Written by Noémi Szabó.

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Bátor Tábor – the place that changed my life

I used big words in the title, but it’s not all just about hyperbole, I really feel that the camp has made me a new, better person. So, what did I get during the few years of volunteering at Bátor Tábor? Continue reading

Misconceptions series – 1.

With this series we’ll try to demolish the wall of misconceptions which separates people from the truth. Articles of the series will cover internationally relevant topics. First, we’ll take a look at deforestation and the palm oil industry. Written by Noémi Szabó.

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