Video: Hungary's Digital Divide Exposed

  • 5 Oct 2020 7:24 AM
Video: Hungary's Digital Divide Exposed
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed Hungary's digital divide, with many children in poorer rural areas receiving little teaching or support during recent months.

 RFE/RL's newly reopened Hungarian Service compared the experiences of families in rural areas and in the capital, Budapest.

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Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

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