A conference was held in the Single Parents’ Center of Budapest about the challenges and problems that single parents have to face from day to day. 300,000 single parents raise more than half a million children in Hungary, a country of less than 10 million people. The conference covered several areas of single parenting: the psychological challenges of raising children alone, the legal problems of child support or the potential helpers of such families. International best practices were also mentioned and a special section was dedicated to patchwork families and their challenges.
More information here (in Hungarian)