Foreigners in Slovakia

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Festival event highlights opportunity ahead of elections next month. 29. Sep 2022, at 14:39
Illustrative photo, elections.
Foreigners with permanent residence can vote. 29. Sep 2022, at 11:37
Illustrative photo, employees.
Three out of ten Slovakia's foreigners work in Bratislava. 26. Sep 2022, at 16:37
Ukrainian people march in Bratislava on Ukrainian Independence Day on August 24, 2022.
In the early stages of the war, Slovaks expressed unprecedented solidarity with Ukrainian refugees. 15. Sep 2022, at 11:21
American philosopher Jon Stewart.
Jon Stewart is a globally recognised, award-winning thinker and writer. 5. Sep 2022, at 11:14
Croatian linguist Siniša Habijanec.
Siniša Habijanec on why Slovak is “exotic”. 30. Aug 2022, at 11:36
Once we know ourselves, with the help of foreigners, we can pull back the curtain of culture to reveal our shared humanity.
Listen to seven foreigners speak about their first impressions and struggles over the first year in Slovakia. Jeremy Hill30. Aug 2022, at 7:31
Anastasiia Steputa.
In her professional work, Anastasiia Stepura focuses on nanomaterials. 21. Aug 2022, at 18:13
Teenagers skateboard in Sásová, Banská Bystrica, on June 7, 2021.
In his debut book, ‘Moon over Sasova’, Christopher Shaffer writes about his teaching stint in Banská Bystrica in the first months of independent Slovakia. 9. Aug 2022, at 7:01
Jeremy Hill and Annel Bautista explore the topic of reinvention through the story of one Mexican entrepreneur in the latest episode of the Na Slovensku Aj Po Anglicky podcast.
Chef Brian Navarro brings the heat to Bratislava with his new Mexican restaurant, Mezcalli. Jeremy Hill28. Jun 2022, at 7:33
Israeli artist Menachem Edelman-Landau who lives in Banská Štiavnica.
Painter Menachem Edelman-Landau had to alter his travel plans after an unexpected event turned his life upside down. 20. Jun 2022, at 18:00
Just as the expression of homesickness is individual, so are the triggers of these feelings. Sometimes it is the smell of a pizza or the oppressive winters in Slovakia that provoke this sadness.
Jeremy Hill discusses homesickness with four foreigners. Jeremy Hill12. May 2022, at 11:01
The need for more high-skilled workers is particularly acute in Slovakia's health care, IT, and manufacturing sectors.
Jobs should be offered to Ukrainians at refugee centres, says expert. 5. May 2022, at 7:25
The new assistance centre opened in downtown Bratislava.
The centre will be open 24/7 and provide complete assistance to refugees. 28. Mar 2022, at 17:53
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Labour Ministry expects vacancies to grow in coming months. 24. Mar 2022, at 16:55
Foreigners' Police in Bratislava
Agenda that can be addressed at the departments is limited, police promises they will expand it. 22. Mar 2022, at 17:18
The information point at the Main Railway Station in Bratislava.
They are not dealing with the agenda of other foreigners living or coming to Slovakia for now. 10. Mar 2022, at 11:34
People fleeing war in Ukraine at the border crossing in Vyšné Nemecké, eastern Slovakia.
The police react to tens of thousands of refugees crossing the Slovak border. 1. Mar 2022, at 15:12
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Municipalities have a big potential to help foreigners integrate. 26. Feb 2022, at 7:55
Divín Castle in the Lučenec district on February 23, 2022.
We're highlighting an unusual walking tour in Piešťany and a timeless Slovak specialty this week. 25. Feb 2022, at 10:09
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