Tens of thousands of citizens used the window of opportunity and left Czechoslovakia following the invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops 50 years ago.
In which towns will the embassy caravan stop?
Scientists and the Education Ministry dispute who is causing the delay in the transformation of SAV.
The language is currently suffering from the preference of English and the lack of teachers.
What you need to do to register with the Financial Administration’s system?
People representing old and new minorities shared their experiences with their changing identities and life with the majority.
German businesses struggle to find staffers who speak the language. What are the ways of solving this problem?
Czechoslovakia was one of the first countries to say homosexuality is not a crime, also thanks to the first activists like Imrich Matyáš.
Statistics show that Slovaks leave the nest only at the age of 31, the third highest in the EU.
Despite playing an important role in the history of Slovakia, some historians have suggested very little was preserved from their work on the Slovak territory.
Other European countries face the problem too, mostly due to low vaccination rates.
Cleaning castles and painting fences. This is how people participated in the biggest volunteering event in central Europe.
The Education Ministry has introduced the basic points of long-awaited reform, but critics are pointing to empty promises and the postponement of solutions.
The former justice minister has adopted several crucial measures, praised by experts.
Observers expect Gábor Gál to continue with changes launched by his predecessor.
Automation, chatbots and virtual assistants are only a few examples of how companies implement AI solutions.
The country will have to prepare for the changes proposed in the new EU budget. Its focus on subsidised areas is part of it.
But the problem might be that there will not be enough teachers to prepare the next generation of IT experts.
The role of the state is not enough. Companies also try to increase the interest of young people in technical studies.
If you want to achieve a change, some kind of formal body to work on the agenda on a daily basis is necessary, says Hungarian activist Márton Gulyás.