MigHelp is now Next Step!

We are pleased to announce an exciting new change for our organization — we now have a new name: Next Step!

Late in 2019, the MigHelp assembly and board began the process of changing our official name from Migráns Segítség Magyarország Egyesület [Migrants Help Association Hungary – MigHelp] to Next Step Magyarország Egyesület [Next Step Hungary Association]. The change has now been officially approved, so over the coming weeks and months, we will be gradually updating our online and print materials with our new name.

In December 2019, we marked our 10th anniversary, which was a wonderful opportunity for us to celebrate how far Next Step has come, and to express our appreciation to our strong and devoted community, to whom we owe our success.

Now we look forward to a continued bright future together as Next Step!

Learn more about our transition to Next Step Hungary Association!

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Next Step thanks the UNHCR for making this video about us and our work.
–– also read the accompanying article by Helen Womack http://www.unhcr.org/news/latest/2018/1/5a3914534/hungarian-elderly-help-refugees-find-new-purpose.html

About Next Step

Next Step Association of Hungary (Next Step) is an NGO established by refugees and their supporters in Budapest, Hungary, that works to empower refugees and migrants and to facilitate their integration into the Hungarian and European society. We were founded in 2009, please read about our history.

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Migrant and Refugee graduates of Next Step’s ECDL Computer Training Courses

We work both with people who have been granted permanent status in Hungary, and those who are still in the process of attaining their status.

Next Step aims to help migrants help themselves in identifying their real needs and their frustrations and work together toward attainable and sustainable solution. Next Step offers language and computer training courses to give migrants the skills and confidence necessary for their integration and job acquisition.

We invite you to explore our website, read our blog and follow us on facebook and join out info mailing list to learn more about our activities.

Above video: Bicske Refugee Camp, Hungary. Next Step ECDL Computer Training — Graduation Ceremony December 2012. This project was supported by the Open Society Foundation.