INTRODUCTION

Who are we?
Our organization’s goal is to aid communities and individuals in being heard, in them getting to know each other’s stories, cultures and thus creating the opportunity for conflicts between different social groups to be prevented, averted, or dealt with. Making it possible for the culture of collaboration to spread
Hajdú Judit, a börtönrádió munkatársa
Hajdú Judit, a börtönrádió munkatársa

Judit Hajdú

Psychologist

I work with individuals, couples and families, write about psychology and anything related. I’m interested in the stories that define ourselves, especially the ones which carry the hope of a more peaceful future. That is why I was drawn to the idea of prison radio. What better opportunity to select,story and share events that can lead to a future with more hope and less pain.

Obbágy Máté, börtönrádió hangtechnikusa
Obbágy Máté, börtönrádió hangtechnikusa

Máté Obbágy

Sound technician
I help prisoners with any occurring sound related technical issues
Rozgonyi Zoltán, börtönrádió fotósa
Rozgonyi Zoltán, börtönrádió fotósa

Zoltán Rozgonyi

Photographer
I document our work and the lives of prisoners who help create prison radio
Braun Zsolt, a börtönrádió munkatársa
Braun Zsolt, a börtönrádió munkatársa

Zsolt Braun

I have spent working in communication skills development for over fifteen years. I was present at the start of many radio and TV stations. For example, Radio C is where I met György Kerényi, a founder of our organization. My main role is the theoretical and practical radio training of the prisoners. I accepted this volunteer job because I believe that the “talk-radio” genre is at the verge of extinction. A similarly important reason is the connections we created with the prisoners during our discussions, which made me realize that a prison could really be an “ideal” place for a radio..
Nyári Juli, a börtönrádió munkatársa
Nyári Juli, a börtönrádió munkatársa

Juli Nyári

I was born when young people of the west were rampantly rioting, and so skepticism is ingrained in me … As soon as I started noticing the world around me I realized it doesn’t need observers it needs story tellers. So I looked for a job in this field …. thus I found myself behind a microphone. I can finally listen to and talk about civil life, what’s good and bad in the world and how to change it. A friend of mine once said: “People read the papers, watch TV, and love the radio…” I never thought that working on the radio could be so enjoyable.
Megyeri Zsuzsanna, egyesület börtön segítője
Megyeri Zsuzsanna, egyesület börtön segítője

Zsuzsanna Megyeri

For decades I have worked as a teacher and a journalist. Currently I am a therapist . I help people with psychological problems to live their daily lives, to integrate into communities, to use free time wisely, and to get to know themselves better. Within the prison radio project I work, with great joy and enthusiasm, as a trainer and psychologist. I am convinced that we are doing a great thing.
Benkő Henrietta, a börtönrádió segítője
Benkő Henrietta, a börtönrádió segítője

Henrietta Benkő

Economist, psychologist
I have been working within the field of different types of communications (marketing, company press) for the past ten years
Nick Thorpe, reintegrációs program munkatársa
Nick Thorpe, reintegrációs program munkatársa

Nick thorpe

Central European correspondent for the BBC
The prison radio is important to me because it shows that even prisoners can have their own voices. Without one’s own voice it is impossible to live with dignity.
Kerényi György, a börtönrádió munkatársa
Kerényi György, a börtönrádió munkatársa

György Kerényi

Who are we?

Our organization’s goal is to aid communities and individuals in being heard, in them getting to know each other’s stories, cultures and thus creating the opportunity for conflicts between different social groups to be prevented, averted, or dealt with. Making it possible for the culture of collaboration to spread
Hajdú Judit, a börtönrádió munkatársa
Hajdú Judit, a börtönrádió munkatársa

Judit Hajdú

Psychologist

I work with individuals, couples and families, write about psychology and anything related. I’m interested in the stories that define ourselves, especially the ones which carry the hope of a more peaceful future. That is why I was drawn to the idea of prison radio. What better opportunity to select,story and share events that can lead to a future with more hope and less pain.

Obbágy Máté, börtönrádió hangtechnikusa
Obbágy Máté, börtönrádió hangtechnikusa

Máté Obbágy

Sound technician
I help prisoners with any occurring sound related technical issues
Rozgonyi Zoltán, börtönrádió fotósa
Rozgonyi Zoltán, börtönrádió fotósa

Zoltán Rozgonyi

Photographer
I document our work and the lives of prisoners who help create prison radio
Braun Zsolt, a börtönrádió munkatársa
Braun Zsolt, a börtönrádió munkatársa

Zsolt Braun

I have spent working in communication skills development for over fifteen years. I was present at the start of many radio and TV stations. For example, Radio C is where I met György Kerényi, a founder of our organization. My main role is the theoretical and practical radio training of the prisoners. I accepted this volunteer job because I believe that the “talk-radio” genre is at the verge of extinction. A similarly important reason is the connections we created with the prisoners during our discussions, which made me realize that a prison could really be an “ideal” place for a radio..
Nyári Juli, a börtönrádió munkatársa
Nyári Juli, a börtönrádió munkatársa

Juli Nyári

I was born when young people of the west were rampantly rioting, and so skepticism is ingrained in me … As soon as I started noticing the world around me I realized it doesn’t need observers it needs story tellers. So I looked for a job in this field …. thus I found myself behind a microphone. I can finally listen to and talk about civil life, what’s good and bad in the world and how to change it. A friend of mine once said: “People read the papers, watch TV, and love the radio…” I never thought that working on the radio could be so enjoyable.
Megyeri Zsuzsanna, egyesület börtön segítője
Megyeri Zsuzsanna, egyesület börtön segítője

Zsuzsanna Megyeri

For decades I have worked as a teacher and a journalist. Currently I am a therapist . I help people with psychological problems to live their daily lives, to integrate into communities, to use free time wisely, and to get to know themselves better. Within the prison radio project I work, with great joy and enthusiasm, as a trainer and psychologist. I am convinced that we are doing a great thing.
Benkő Henrietta, a börtönrádió segítője
Benkő Henrietta, a börtönrádió segítője

Henrietta Benkő

Economist, psychologist
I have been working within the field of different types of communications (marketing, company press) for the past ten years
Nick Thorpe, reintegrációs program munkatársa
Nick Thorpe, reintegrációs program munkatársa

Nick thorpe

Central European correspondent for the BBC
The prison radio is important to me because it shows that even prisoners can have their own voices. Without one’s own voice it is impossible to live with dignity.
Kerényi György, a börtönrádió munkatársa
Kerényi György, a börtönrádió munkatársa

György Kerényi

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