Calvinist University Sued for Dismissing Student Involved in Homosexual Promotion

Country: Hungary

Date of incident: June 15, 2005

Category: Government Restrictions

Attack against: Morals

Area of case: Education / Governmental



Karoli Gaspar Calvinist University in Budapest was sued by the Hatter Support Group for Gays and Lesbians after the University had dismissed a student who was involved in promotion of homosexuality. The university declared that the religious school cannot let, conduct and promote homosexuality, because it is against its morals, beliefs and the way of teaching.

The University was sued for violating freedom of expression and excluding certain social groups from theological education.
Sources:
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:uXiM8O-DQkJ:www.non-discrimination.net/content/media/2013-HU-Country%2520report%2520LN_final.doc+&cd=5&hl=pl&ct=clnk&gl=at

http://ec.europa.eu/ewsi/UDRW/images/items/docl_7187_348528745.pdf