Minorities, page 2

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Historic decision in favour of Roma children educated in Slovakia's special school system. 20. Dec 2021, at 11:16
Jozef Klement is the chair of the Banská Bystrica-Zvolen Jewish religious community and the founder of the Klemo company.
People must learn from Holocaust stories, says successful businessperson. 19. Dec 2021, at 18:29
Spišská Nová Ves students are waiting for visitors to come to the Jewish cemetery in the town at the end of June 2021.
A history teacher and students saved the only Jewish monument in Spišská Nová Ves over a decade ago. 18. Dec 2021, at 13:53
Rana Hashemi has lived in Slovakia for six years.
As a teenager, Rana Hashemi was arrested for going to a concert. While sitting in a cell, she decided to leave Iran. Peter Getting9. Dec 2021, at 15:37
Radostina Doganova and her paintings
Radostina Doganova recently opened a station gallery in Bratislava to connect Slovak and foreign artists. 28. Nov 2021, at 9:25
Karailiev's grandfather at the market
Inherited passion for dance inspires foundation of local ensemble. 28. Nov 2021, at 9:10
Oli Džupinková and her book
Regional meals succeeded beyond community, beyond Slovakia’s borders. 26. Oct 2021, at 17:40
An architect decided to make a book translation and collected money via crowdfunding. 26. Oct 2021, at 15:48
Patrizio Gravina
I got the best of both worlds, said Patrizio who has both Slovak and Italian parents. 7. Oct 2021, at 7:55
Postcard and a moka pot
The most frequently asked question they have to answer is: Why on Earth would anyone choose Slovakia over Italy? 7. Oct 2021, at 7:55
Ukrainian tattoo artist Olesia Paskarenko (centre) came to Slovakia when she was 17 years old.
Many know her as Les, which means forest in Slovak. Olesia Paskarenko planned on becoming a landscape architect. Her plans changed a few years ago. 29. Sep 2021, at 7:02
The resolution failed to win votes even from some Sme Rodina and OĽaNO coalition MPs . 21. Sep 2021, at 17:42
The latest Focus poll has found that 57.7 percent of Slovaks think the government should not be lenient when it comes to taking refugees in.
The latest Focus poll unveils how an ideal foreigner looks to Slovaks, and if Slovakia can ever become a home to foreigners. 20. Sep 2021, at 19:00
Iranian comedian Nastaran "Nasi" Alaghmandan Motlagh is one of the faces of the fjúžn festival, which will kick off in Bratislava on September 16, 2021.
In addition to reciting Sohrab Sepehri, stand-up comedian Nastaran "Nasi" Alaghmandan Motlagh speaks about the fjúžn festival and the period in her life when her family left Iran and moved to Slovakia. 14. Sep 2021, at 11:19
Slovakia marks 80 years since adopting the legislation that eliminated Jews from public life. 9. Sep 2021, at 12:58
The pilot project of in-field vaccination of pupils was launched in the village of Kecerovce.
The Covid vaccination uptake in marginalised communities is far below the national average, provoking concerns ahead of Delta wave. Martin Vančo31. Aug 2021, at 17:16
Papal trip puts Eastern Slovakia’s segregated Roma settlement in spotlight. 22. Aug 2021, at 20:15
Miloš Rác wants to bust stereotypes about Roma artists. 15. Aug 2021, at 8:40
Despite the yawning gap between the Slovak majority and the Roma minority, Roma music does not suffer from acceptance issues and continues impacting Slovak artists to this day. 15. Aug 2021, at 7:25
Contemporary Hungarian used in Slovakia takes some words and even grammar from Slovak. 22. Jul 2021, at 8:00
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