Népszínház Carnival

A Carnival. Colorful, cheerful, flowing mass of people. Lots of smiling faces, dancers, musicians and magicians all over. The feeling is both the familiar and exotic. So you can imagine, […]

Silent heroes

Silent heroes – living memory. The context of hiding of Jews during the second world war as a challenge for active adult learning Silent heroes is an international project supported […]

MAROM Europe

In 2009, Marom Hungary initiated a network of like-minded groups across Europe to exchange ideas, develop common projects, and coordinate common representation. The group meets twice a year and leaders […]

The 7th

Between 2010-2013 MAROM worked together with American playwright Sarah Gancher on the 7th project, which includes seven different theatrical and site specific elements. Gancher wrote four different theatre plays about […]


In 2014 October MAROM Budapest opened a unique community space: Aurora. Aurora is a self-sustaining social enterprise. It is a community space for socially active young adults who are interested […]

Social Action Exchange

The “Social Action Exchange group” (SAE) in MAROM was formed in the framework of an international exchange program about social justice. During 2009-2013 there were three cohorts from New York, […]

Quarter7Quarter8 Festival

The Quarter7quarter8 festival during Chanukkah and Pesach The project started in 2006 when MAROM volunteers realized that the historical Jewish district of Budapest is in danger. Thanks to gentrification and […]

Bánkitó Festival

A unique Jewish cultural and community festival with focus on activism and social justice issues. The 4 day long festival is located in the countryside and hosts 2—3000 visitors each […]

Time Traveler

Timetraveler: an e-Learning 2.0 guide to Budapest’s Jewish Heritage Between 2013-15 MAROM Budapest is developing an online, interactive e-learning program about the historical Jewish Quarter of Budapest, focusing on the […]