Association for Everyday Culture


The organisation founded in 1998, initially dealt with the implementation of the “For Fair Business” campaign (“Tisztességes vállalkozásokért”). The aim of the Action was to establish and disseminate the methods of successful workculture, business and financial culture. This initiative was later supplemented by an element developing public education and everyday culture. 

Until 2012, the Association organized the “Work Culture and Vocational Training Program” twenty-one times. Over the years the event has grown into a nationally recognised meeting. The organisation has got through a transformation in 2011, in which adult education has become the major activity of the association.

In 2012, the association participated in the Nokia Bridge Family Management Program organised by the Nokia Komárom Ltd., as an educational institution for adults. The purpose of the modular training program was to prepare participants wishing to engagein agricultural activity, as well as to prepare “small farmers" to continue their business activities individually or in partnership.

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Actions implemented in the HungAIRy LIFE integrated project


The Association for Everyday Culture is the leader of the Voluntary Agricultural Program (Önkéntes Mezőgazdasági Program”). 

Our partners in the implementation of the action: Herman Otto Institute Non-profit Ltd. ( Herman Ottó Intézet Nonprofit Kft.), Urban Development of Békéscsaba Non-profit Ltd. (Békéscsabai Városfejlesztési Nonprofit Kft.), Council of Eger County Municipality (Eger Megyei Jogú Város Önkormányzat), Council of Karcag Municipality (Karcag Városi Önkormányzat), University of Miskolc, Council of Szolnok County Municipality (Szolnok Megyei Jogú Város Önkormányzat).

Agriculture is the third largest emission sector following residential and transport sectors. In order to reduce Particulate Matter (PM) emissions from agriculture, it is necessary to try out technologies available in the literature that can be used to effectively to reduce agricultural emissions.

The goal of the voluntary program is to acquire air quality protection skills that participants can incorporate into everydaypractice and to develop environmentally conscious approach. 

Main tasks of the first stage of the action:

  • Collecting technologies available, creating a Good Practise Collection.

  • Recruitment of agricultural entrepreneurs participating in the program. Preparing education materials and knowledge transfer during the 2 x 2 day training organised by the Association for Everyday Culture.

Main tasks of the second stage of the action:

  • Updating the list of technologies and good practices collecting during the preparatory action.

  • Discussing experiments and results on future trainings.

  • Transferability and replicability plan on low emission agricultural technologies across Hungary.

  • Presenting results in workshops.

Contribution to other activities of the project:

  • Preparation of educational materials for eco-manager trainings.

  • Training of eco-managers.

  • Contributing to “the preparation of raising environmental awareness among the populations” by creating guidelines and organising information sessions.

  • Contributing to “the preparation of raising awareness in the transport sector” by creating guidelines and organising information sessions.