About CPAC Hungary

CPAC Hungary is a Conservative Political Action Conference held in Hungary by the Budapest based Center for Fundamental Rights and the American Conservative Union on May 19th & 20th in Budapest. CPAC has a long tradition, and in its half-a-century long history it has become the American Conservative Union's flagship grassroot event. Since its inception in 1974, it has grown into the largest and most influential gathering of Conservatives in the world.

CPAC Hungary will be the first occasion that this major American political franchise arrives on the Continent. The American Conservative Union has for some time been looking for ways to bring CPAC to Europe, and over recent years, the conviction grew that Hungary, as one of the engines of Conservative resistance to the woke revolution, was the natural place for it. The Center for Fundamental Rights has always stood on the ground of common sense and true Western values. A leading Hungarian Conservative legal and political research institute, the Center considers its mission to defend our shared core principles: our Judeo-Christian heritage, Western way of life, and the traditional Family.

We live in a pivotal age. The question CPAC Hungary will pose is if we can protect our Western civilization, our true Western values, and face down the onslaught of the Left. The guiding theme of the conference will be the triune principle of God, Nation and the Family. We firmly believe that this is what connects all conservatives around the world. The Right has come to the realization that our most basic values have come under sustained and coordinated attack from the global Left. High profile Conservative politicians will attend CPAC Hungary, including US senators and congressmen, as well as prominent thinkers and opinion leaders from all over the world. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán of Hungary, a true champion of the Right, will deliver the keynote address.

CPAC Hungary will be held on May 19th and 20th in Budapest’s Bálna (whale) conference center