In 1999, the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the Council of Europe gives a good reason to examine human rights. Now in the current issue of Eszmélet, we address social rights, more specially human rights concerning private life and sexuality. It is, of course, not a pure theoretical question – it is involved in many actual political questions both in Hungary and abroad. Such questions are discussed in this issue as the right for abortion or accepting homosexuality as ordinary human behaviour.
Sport is our second topic, of which relation to politics is of no less interest, especially the status of football, a frequent topic of our quarterly.
Table of contents
- Hegyi Gyula : The social Europe. real chance or empty slogan?
- Baráth Erzsébet : Who talks about undertaking here?
- Yves Géry : Fresh met from the East
- Andor László : Sex and politics in Amerika
- Mark Findlay : The politics of ‘cruising’
- Susan Zimmermann : The Hungarian women’s movement and the ‘sexual question’ in the early 20th century
- Alekszandr Latisev : Lenin and Inessa
- Graham Baugh : The sexual contract
- Sut Jhally, Bill Livant : Sport and cultural policy
- Andrei Markovits : The other American exceptionalism
- Krausz Tamás : Sytem change and football in Hungary
- BAL : Protest against the NATO attack in Yugoslavia
- francia értelmiségiek : Stop the bombings!
- Immanuel Wallerstein : Bombs away!