Following the success of the World Congress of Families XI summit, a flash mob drew attention to the importance of traditional family values throughout Budapest recently.
Thousands attended the "uptofaith" flash mob, which focused on celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ and placed emphasis on the family.
"With this year's event we want to put natural families in the focus as they are the cornerstone of society," uptofaith's website said. "Our purpose is to demonstrate the key importance of the natural family model and to convince politicians and world leaders to represent the natural values of traditional families."
The organizers of the flash mob are also encouraging the public to create their own videos, and to post them online using the hashtag #uptofaith2017.
The World Congress of Families XI summit took place in Budapest over the weekend, and was a global success.
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the four-day event took place in several locations throughout Hungary's capital and really pushed home the importance of traditional family values.
According to the World Congress of Families (WCF) and the International Organization for the Family (IOF), Hungary has a well-deserved reputation as one of the most family-friendly countries in Europe, and Budapest was the perfect location for the summit this year.