“Auróra stays.”

The space for grass root activism and independent culture has been shrinking in Hungary for years now. The mission of Auróra has always been and will remain so, to provide publicity, community support and most importantly physical space to the ones who suffer from the oppression themselves but still dedicated to act in the interest of the community. Subscribe as a regular sponsor and support the office of 12 organisations, hundreds of events of NGOs and alternative cultural organisations every year and the existential security of one of Hungary’s last free spaces! Support activism! Support culture! Support Auróra!


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Why can’t Auróra just make a living from the income of the bar and events, as anybody esle?

The the former local government issued many closure decrees against Auróra, but one of these is still in effect.

Those who know Auróra are aware that most the community events and projects could not find space and audiences elsewhere due to political or economic reasons. For years now, Auróra has supported NGOs targeted by malicious government propaganda, grassroots social activists, underfinanced contemporary art, and marginal music subcultures.

The decree of the former local government about the opening hours of Auróra Kiosk was meant to jeopardise the survival of the whole house, but our community helped us. We raised money by cowdfundings, and switched out financial focus to bigger trainings and conferences. However, these aren’t as perdictable, as a proper regulary weekly income would be, and covid-19 wasn’t helping us either.

We still need your help, to get financially stable, and to keep Auróra the same place, we all know and love!