The Slovak Shamrocks, established in 2011 under the Gaelic Athletic Association, recruits locals and expats of all ages and abilities to play the unusual game.
In 2011, Nazeeha Saeed was beaten and tortured by authorities for covering pro-democracy protests. Now, she’s fighting back.
We need civil society now more than we did in the 1990s, says Wendy Luers, who helped create civil society as we know it in Slovakia today.
International diplomats, Slovak politicians, and Roma teams from eastern and western Slovakia played in the friendly tournament.
At one of Bratislava's escape rooms, teams can work together to save the most famous Slovak folk hero.
Seven years ago, Marija Hrvatic was a business service centre employee living in a strange, new city - Bratislava. Now, she’s made a business of helping foreigners.
Thirteen years ago, Ben Pascoe was an aspiring entrepreneur with a cool way of remembering the phrase “nech sa páči”.