Eight winners of the Székely Forerunner Fellowship - 2018 announced


Thank you notes from Transylvania (Romania)

Páll Emőke, Székely Forerunner Fellow

„My research is significantly facilitated by receiving this support…I would like to thank the foundation for their generosity and wish further great progress so you can bring such good news to many more people.”

Markaly Aranka, Székely Forerunner Fellow

Thanks to the fellowship, I was able to research libraries and archives in Budapest, which also helped to write the paper and explore the topic as much as possible. I had the opportunity to consult experts from abroad who also helped me in the research. Let me thank the Székely Forerunner Foundation for their support." 

Szilágyi Botond, Székely Forerunner Fellow

“I would like to express my thanks to the Székely Forerunner Foundation for supporting my research work. The award is a major moral reward for me, but it also involves significant financial resources." 

További teljesítmények

Kapás Zoltán

A dolgozatom a Springernél jelent meg 2018 februárjában... fel van tüntetve, hogy Önök támogatták a munkámat. Sikerült a témában elmélyülnöm valamint azokat a célkitűzéseket amelyeket kitűztem elérnem, ehhez az Önök támogatása nagy segítségemre volt. Köszönöm szépen és Isten áldását kívánom további munkájukra!

Pál Emőke

A Kereszthegy című, játék- és dokumentumfilm a magyar királyi 65. határvadász-csoport történetéről szól.  Ez a csapat 1944 szeptemberében a Gyergyói-medencét védte a szovjet betöréssel szemben.  A filmbeli honvéd kedvesének szerepét a gyergyóremetei születésű Pál Emőke színművésznő,  Székely Előfutár Ösztöndíjas alakította. 

Testimonials from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ervin Sejdinovic, FEW-BiH Mentor

  

"On May 5, 2017, the Club members visited the company „Ammar“ located in Gradačac....The owner of the company, Mr. Muhamed Bilajac, talked to students about ways of creating products and services, as well as the power of idea and how to start one's own business." "We registered 50 students of the club, in total, for the second year."

Suzana Kvrgić, Bosnia and Herzegovina Fellow

She studied political science and she focuses on the evolving relationship of the Diasporas with the multiethnic homeland and examines how they contribute to the development of democratic traditions.  

Nejra Tatar, Bosnia and Herzegovina Fellow

“You give us hope that we can participate on competition like this one. I would like to continue with projects like this so I could save young people lives. You gave me hope that I can do it and be successful in that.”