The new project by the Pontis Foundation tries to motivate young people through stories of successful business people.
A slightly higher turnout and more independent candidates. Some results in the municipal elections came as a surprise.
New rules to fight bureaucracy expected to save more than €13 million and 600,000 hours spent waiting in queues, though entrepreneurs say more still needs to be done.
A programme helps people who fled persecution at home find a safe haven in European and North American cities.
Milan Rastislav Štefánik became a symbol of Slovakia’s patriotism. But is this picture realistic?
Participants in the Duke of Edinburgh programme admit it is important to stop being lazy and do something to achieve your personal goals.
The Duke of Edinburgh programme helped me learn how to do things regularly and gave me great experience, said Mário Havel in an interview with The Slovak Spectator.
Parliament will soon have to elect nine of 13 Constitutional Court judges, but it is still not clear under what rules.
New measures introduced within the Labour Code amendment are expected to be employee-friendly, but observers question their impact.
The book also comments on sexual abuse within the Church.
Slovak teachers are not motivated to undergo professional development courses. One of the reasons might be the deformed system.
Despite positive changes, employers still point to some barriers preventing more effective and simpler recruitment of foreign workers.
Head of the To Dá Rozum intiative, Renáta Hall, talks about the impacts of a dispute between the academy of sciences and the Education Ministry.
Marek Liška has written textbooks in a language close to students. He now plans to introduce them to Slovak schools.
The payslip of low-income employees is not the only field depending on the final sum.
State scheme to lure academics back from abroad does not seem to be efficient. But there are other ways to intensify cooperation with them.
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.