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Challenges in Europe: Refusing racist tattoos in Hungary

The economic crisis that began in 2008 has exposed many of the underlying tensions in countries across Europe.

The tension over immigration and austerity is not confined to western Europe, it's also present in Hungary where the far right party Jobbik is gaining support.

Many young Hungarians oppose what they see as racism.

As part of a series exploring the challenges in Europe BBC News met a Budapest tattoo artist who has her own way of showing solidarity.

Filming and editing: Joe Inwood. Producer: Ilona Vinogradova.

  • 21 Apr 2015
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