They want their voice to be heard against growing extremism.
Michaela Mudroňová from People in Need, talks about specific programs aimed at helping the long-term unemployed find work and establishing successful cooperation with businesses.
Pavel Hrica of Cesta von, offers a different way of looking at the poorest people - without prejudice, an overlooked burden changes into untapped potential.
Despite adopting measures to eliminate segregation, the EC considers the steps insufficient.
There are more shacks than six years ago, and 6 percent of citizens live without access to standard drinking water, the new Atlas of Roma Communities shows.
The bad news is not a true reflection of what is happening.
Roma politicians do not have to always promote Roma topics.
The best answer to rising extremism is to do something concrete. My party chose to support me for MEP, says Peter Pollák.
Church and State silently tolerate the separation of Roma children from the majority in schools and churches.
The National Criminal Agency launched an investigation into the case.
More than 120 companies have supported the initiative, including the President's Office.
Far-right ĽSNS organised a protest in the town. No serious incidents occurred.
They call on politicians to stop misplaying the “Roma card” and polarising society.
Some of the women found a job in Košice factories, where they can use their skills.
No amount of evidence will ever be enough to hold racist police officers to account when they terrorise and brutalise Roma communities.
Anna Jurová, one of the most fascinating Slovak social scientists I have ever met and talked to in this country, died on November 13.
The pilot project aims to employ the long-term unemployed.
although the unemployment rate of the Roma population is much higher than that of the majority, their participation in active measures of the labour market accounts for 50 percent of that majority.
Unemployment rate is low maybe in Slovakia, but it does not apply to Roma community.