Government should adopt measures to remove discrimination and segregation of the minority.
Roma women living in Slovakia have reported discrimination, segregation and abuse connected with reproductive health services.
Lawyer of Roma said they would bring the case to the European Court of Human Rights.
Photo exhibition shows Roma in a different light.
Kiska's US visit brings several high-profile meetings.
NY Times reports on the achievements of Spišský Hrhov where the mayor decided to improve the integration of Roma.
The police inspectorate finds no errors in the actions of police officers.
The fact that we do not know much about the Roma Holocaust does not mean it did not happen, said the Slovak government’s proxy for Roma communities.
Slovakia is one of eight central and eastern European countries participating in an international project to reduce barriers to work.
On May 26 a district court awarded financial compensation to an illegally sterilised Roma woman from a case going back to the 1990s. This is just the second case with such a decision.
The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) scrutinised alleged police violence in the Romani neighbourhood of Zborov from April 16, based on a video footage by a witness.
The Government Proxy for Roma Communities requires restriction on the sale of toluene.
The Agents of Equality project receive an international award for social innovations SozialMarie.
Dimplomats, MPs, and Roma came together on the field to play football and create new ties.
The many active Slovak citizens we met – of both Roma and non-Roma heritages – give me optimism that future International Roma Days will give us more to celebrate, US envoy writes.
If the employment rate of Roma matched that of the majority, the labour market would get 150,000 people it badly needs.
The organization's report also points to Fico and anti-migrant rhetoric.
The action plans approved by government for 2016-2018 aim for better financial literacy, Roma children studying at common elementary schools and also fewer long-term unemployed.
Robert Fico did not appear in the Washington Post story about European far right by accident, says political analyst and director of the Institute for Public Affairs Grigorij Mesežnikov.