Kinga Gál

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Kinga Gál
Personal details
Born (1970-09-06) 6 September 1970 (age 43)
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Political party Hungarian Civic Party
Other political
affiliations
European People's Party
Alma mater Institute for Comparative Human Rights
Eötvös Loránd University
Occupation Politician
Website gal.fidesz-eu.hu/en, her official MEP website

Kinga Gál (born 6 September 1970) is an Hungarian politician and political writer. She is a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) with the Hungarian Civic Party, a part of the European People's Party.

Early life and education

Gál was born in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Her education details includes:

Career

Following are Gál's career highlights prior to beoming an MEP:

European Parliament

Committees and delegations

  • Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, vice-chair
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs, substitute
  • Subcommittee on Human Rights, member
  • Minority Intergroup, vice-chair
  • Delegation for relations with Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo, member
  • Delegation to the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly, substitute
  • Delegation for relations with India, substitute

Publications

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  • "Önrendelkezés és önkormányzatiság Kossuth felfogásában, 1861" (in Hungarian). Pro Minoritate. Budapest. 1991.
  • "Kisebbségvédelem a nemzetközi jogban, Magyar Kisebbség" ["Protection of Minorities in International Law – The Hungarian Minority"] (in Hungarian). II évfolyam, 1-2 szám, Kolozsvár. 1996.
  • "A Román Parlament elé terjesztett kisebbségi törvény-tervezetek összehasonlítása" (in Hungarian). Magyar Kisebbség, III. évfolyam, 1-2 szám, pp. 244–255, Kolozsvár. 1997.
  • "Bilateral Agreements in Central and Eastern Europe: A New Inter-State Framework for Minority Protection?". European Centre for Minority Issues Working Paper # 4. p. 22. Flensburg, Germany. May 1999.
  • "Implementing the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities". Co-author: María Amor Martín Estébanez. Flensburg, Germany, 12–14 June 1998. European Centre for Minority Issues Report #3. p. 96. August 1999.
  • "The role of the bilateral treaties in the protection of national minorities in Central and Eastern Europe". Helsinki Monitor, Quarterly on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Volume 10, No.3, pp. 73–90, 1999.
  • "Minoritätenprobleme in Ungarn und Rumänien". In Neuss, Beate, Peter Jurczek and Wolfram Hilz (eds.) Transformationsprozesse im suedlichen Mitteleuropa - Ungarn und Rumänien. Beiträge zu einem politik- und regional-wissenschaftlichen Symposium an der TU Chemnitz. Occasional papers no. 20, Tuebingen: Europäisches Zentrum für Föderalismus- Forschung. pp. 31–41. 1999.
  • "Innere Selbstbestimmung - Aktuelle Autonomiekonzepte der Minderheiten in Rumanien". In Löwe, Tontsch und Troebst, Minderheiten, Regionalbewusstsein und Zentralismus in Ostmitteleuropa, Böhlau Verlag Köln Weimar Wien. 2000.
  • "The New Slovak language law: Internal or External Politics?". Co-author: Farimah Daftary. European Centre for Minority Issues Working Paper # 8. pp. 71. Flensburg, Germany. September 2000.
  • "The Council of Europe's Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities and its Impact on Central and Eastern Europe". Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe. Winter 2000.
  • "Legal and Political Aspects of Protecting Minorities in Southeastern Europe in the Context of European Enlargement". In Wim van Meurs, Beyond EU Enlargement. Bertelsmann Foundation Publishers, Gütersloh.2001.
  • "Aktuelle Autonomiekonzepte ungarischer Minderheiten in Ostmitteleuropa". In Adriányi, Glassl, Völkl, Borbándi, Brunner, Ungarn-Jahrbuch, Zeitschrift für die Kunde Ungarns und verwandte Gebiete. München. 2002.
  • "Staatsangehörigkeit in Ungarn heute" ["Nationality in Hungary Today"]. In Osteuropa, Zeitschrift für Gegenwartsfragen des Ostens (in German), 52.Jg., 6/2002. Deutsche Verlags Anstalt, Stuttgart. 2002.
  • Minority Governance at the Threshold of the 21st Century (ed.), European Centre for Minority Issues, Flensburg; Open Society Institute, Budapest. October 2002.
  • "The European Parliament Intergroup for Traditional Minorities, National Communities and Languages, 2009–2014". Europäisches Journal für Minderheitenfragen, EJM 3–4 (2010). Co-author: Davyth Hicks.
  • "National Minorities in Inter-State Relations: Commentary from Country Perspective". In National Minorities in Inter-State Relations, edited by Francesco Palermo - Natalie Sabandze. Leiden, Boston. 2011.
  • "Az európai kulturális sokszínűség régi és új arcai". In Örökség a jövőnek - Nemzetközi Konferencia, Magyar Országgyűlés, 2010. November 25, előadások, Budapest. 2011.
  • "Traditional Minorities, National Communities and Languages – the issues raised in the European Parliament Intergroup 2009-2011" (PDF format; requires Adobe Reader). Co-authors: Davyth Hicks, Eplényi Kata. Published by Kinga Gál, Brussels. December 2011.

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