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Lívia Mohás

LÍVIA MOHÁS (1928) holds a BA from the College of Physical Education, and an MA in Psychology from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. Between 1952 and 1969 she worked as a primary school and secondary grammar school teacher. From 1973 she had a position at the Ministry of Education, then in 1974 she moved on to the pedagogy research team of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, where she worked as a senior researcher until 1981. Between 1981 and 1983 she became a senior researcher of the National Pedagogy Institute. Since the mid-1980s she has been working as a freelance writer and psychologist, and has published several novels, essay anthologies, and popular science books on psychology.


13 July 2020
"As the pandemic winds down, we will need to take tally of more things than the aspects we usually hear mentioned. We have of course realised that the economy must be stood back up on its feet quickly, that work producing value must be given a kick-start everywhere. We know that our rivers, lakes and seas, all littered with waste, must be cleaned up. We must radically cut back on unconscionable air pollution levels. Our forests, fields, city parks, streets and even factories must be made as spanking clean as a well-washed wine glass. The list goes on; there is no end to parts of the world in bad need of renewal."
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