No single list of foreigners who are entitled to vote in Slovakia exists.
The million-dollar question the state and towns can hardly answer. 24. Sep 2021, at 11:34
On the Spectator College podcast, Briton Addy Akram, who serves as a councillor in eastern Slovakia, talks about his journey into Slovak local politics.
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Addy Akram speaks about how he became a local politician in eastern Slovakia and why foreigners should vote in Slovakia. 24. Sep 2021, at 11:17
Anti-Slovak posters first appeared in Tinsley and different parts of Sheffield towards the end of 2020.
First posters appeared around Sheffield before last Christmas. 24. Sep 2021, at 11:00
Members of the local election commission register a voter in the list of voters during the by-elections to the local government bodies on October 3, 2020 in the village of Veľká Hradná in the Trenčín Region.
The Spectator College glossary relates to the Multicultural Society topic. 1. Sep 2021, at 10:43
The Šarišan group shot.
The number of folk groups has declined, and the existing ones are struggling. 28. Jun 2021, at 8:07
The "Super Slovaks" book recounts the story of Slovakia through the bios of some of the greatest Slovaks.
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A new book teaches people that difficult circumstances are not an obstacle to becoming super. 28. Jun 2021, at 7:15
Východná Slovak Dancers, a Canadian-Slovak folk ensemble, performs in Toronto in July 2019.
The Spectator College glossary relates to the Culture and Art topic. 1. Jun 2021, at 17:21
Linda Stanko (second from the right) and her aunt Susan (second from the left) visited Slovakia in May 2015 for the first time.
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Tracing your roots may get addictive, but what does it take to succeed? 28. May 2021, at 7:10
Cynthia Sandor, her parents and her Slovak family on a farm near Zvolen in the early eighties.
It is mostly middle-aged and older Slovak Americans who trace their roots. 28. May 2021, at 7:10
The Greek Catholic wooden church of St. Michael Archangel in Inovce, Sobrance district, eastern Slovakia. Many people from this part of the country left for America in the past.
The Spectator College glossary relates to the Family topic. 1. May 2021, at 9:58
Elena Štefancová is one of the former FIIT STU students who was awarded the Biela vrana (White Crow) prize, which is given to people who show their civic courage.
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Elena Štefancová, a former FIIT STU student, speaks about last year’s scandal at one of the best Slovak IT faculties. 23. Apr 2021, at 9:33
Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia.
Dagmara Bašková was hit with a 12-year ban for repeated corruption offences. 23. Apr 2021, at 9:26
Elena Štefancová (screen)is one of the former FIIT STU students who was awarded the Biela vrana (White Crow) prize, which is given to people who show their civic courage.
Spectator College provides readers who want to improve their English with glossaries of useful words and expressions from stories published as part of the Spectator College. 1. Apr 2021, at 9:21
Gabriel Šípoš
The country is among the world’s most transparent, but Slovaks see corruption as widespread. 20. Jan 2021, at 15:25
Primary school teacher Peter Šinály teaches chemistry on September 10, 2020 in the town of Svit, near Poprad.
Peter Šinály joined Teach for Slovakia to help transform Slovak education, starting as a teacher in a primary school in Svit. 25. Sep 2020, at 8:15
Andrej Grman is a Leaf Academy graduate, currently studying at the University of British Columbia.
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Andrej Grman transferred from a regular school to the LEAF Academy in Bratislava, hoping to pursue a career in business one day. 25. Sep 2020, at 7:29
Pupils at Maximilán Hell Primary School in Štiavnické Bane study falconry as a compulsory subject from Year 5.
Some schools have introduced falconry, other students learn about astronomy. 25. Sep 2020, at 7:11
The Komenského 2 Primary School in Svit, eastern Slovakia.
Spectator College provides readers who are trying to improve their English with glossaries of useful and frequently used words and expressions from stories published as part of the Spectator College. 2. Sep 2020, at 21:05
Afghan Rayeiz Rahman takes Košice locals to the places he likes in the city during one of the[fjúžn] walks on December 11, 2019.
Slovaks have not fully embraced diversity yet. 28. Aug 2020, at 7:55
Roma student and volunteer Daniel Bunda is the latest guest on the Bringing World to the Classroom podcast.
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Roma student Daniel Bunda talks about discrimination, role models, changes,and more. 28. Aug 2020, at 7:30
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