Minorities, page 2

The crossroad in Martinová.
Hungarians are unwanted in the north, Roma are unwanted everywhere. 12. Feb 2021, at 7:46
The Andy Warhol Museum of Modern Art in Medzilaborce welcomed both Banksy and Keith Haring this year. Their works were exhibited in Slovakia for the first time.
Warhol's family in Miková thought he was a painter of buildings, and unknowingly burned paintings and correspondence now worth millions. Ela Rybárová24. Sep 2020, at 9:09
Self-portrait of Kvet Nguyen
Kvet Nguyen says the Slovak name she chose is a symbol of her multicultural identity. 23. Sep 2020, at 17:30
Foreigners first to discover the place, only then did locals start loving it. 4. Aug 2020, at 7:00
Hungarian delegation is leaving the castle Big Trianon after signing the treaty on June 4, 1920.
Slovaks and Hungarians look at the events that led up to the Trianon Treaty differently. Boris Vanya4. Jun 2020, at 8:00
Ombudswoman Mária Patakyová
Slovakia is still a democratic state where any fundamental restrictions of rights may only be temporary. 7. May 2020, at 18:16
Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán (centre) and his Slovak counterpart Peter Pellegrini (centre-left) during their visit at the transit zone for migrants in Röszke on the Hungarian-Serbian border.
The identity of Slovakia's Hungarians cannot be based on how they feel about Orbán. 25. Feb 2020, at 13:39
Start of preparation for counting of citizens. 16. Feb 2020, at 10:25
Slovakia’s ethnic Hungarian minority has a reputation for political moderation. As an election looms and Viktor Orbán ramps up his influence from across the border, is that about to change? and 2 more12. Feb 2020, at 8:00
Otherness can be smaller than we think, the photo project of Tomáš Halász and the Milan Šimečka Foundation shows. 18. Sep 2019, at 9:59
Illustrative stock photo
One fifth of Slovak teenagers think Roma are doing better than majority. 6. Sep 2019, at 6:55
Michal Lajcha serves a mass in a church in Kľak.
Church and State silently tolerate the separation of Roma children from the majority in schools and churches. Jarmila Lajčáková28. May 2019, at 14:00
Illustrative stock photo
Junior coalition partner Most-Híd also voted for the amendment. Its chair Béla Bugár now promises correction. 4. Apr 2019, at 22:43
A Vietnamese bistro in Bratislava
Vietnamese cuisine has also gained popularity in Paris, Berlin and Prague. Michaela Štalmach Kušnírová2. Oct 2018, at 7:45
Psychologist Péter Hunčík speaking.
People representing old and new minorities shared their experiences with their changing identities and life with the majority. 31. Jul 2018, at 13:21
Excluding people doesn’t just affect those who choose to leave. 18. Jul 2018, at 9:39
The traditional week offers exhibitions, theatre, music, ballet, gastronomy, a Visegrad Four symposium, and more. 5. Jun 2018, at 21:17
Slovakia’s LGBTI community seeks to expand their rights.
They are mostly liberals but a third of them consider themselves to be Catholics. 17. May 2018, at 13:01
The Superar choir
After having shifted the attention to new minorities appearing in Slovakia, the 13th year of the “multicultural festival focusing on minorities”, fjúžn, aims to boost mutual trust. 19. Apr 2018, at 6:30
Roma settlement in Markušovce
A recent survey confirms the intolerance towards various groups across the EU. 13. Dec 2017, at 6:15
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