Brazil, Hungary, Poland and the United States are working on a family protection cooperation scheme with a view to standing up to “anti-family measures that put family life in the shade”, the state secretary for family and youth affairs said in Washington, DC on Wednesday.
Speaking to MTI after attending a family protection conference, Katalin Novák said the Partnership for Families alliance would work on proposals to improve the welfare of families “and not to merely react to events”.
Wednesday’s event was the second family protection conference between US and Hungarian partners and the first to also be attended by Brazilian and Polish experts, she noted.
Among the participants were Joe Grogan, assistant to the US President and director of the domestic policy council, Republican politicians and the leaders of conservative and religious organisations.
The Hungarian family support system is greatly appreciated in the US, and some of its elements are being implemented there, Novák said.