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APR
03
2014

Institute for Public Affairs and Centre for the Research of Ethnicity and Culture released their latest book Migrants in Town: Present and (In)visible 

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MAR
09
2014

  13th Visegrad Summer School - Call for Applications: until 31 March you can apply for the 13th Visegrad Summer School that will take place from 29 June to 12 July 2014.

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FEB
19
2014

 CVEK released the latest annual report on minority policy in Slovakia in 2013.

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JAN
27
2014

CVEK published a new issue of the critical quarterly Minority Policy in Slovakia.

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JAN
11
2014

CVEK launched a petition to support the Public Defender of Rights, Jana Dubovcová, in her fight for human rights.

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JAN
07
2014

 CVEK is pleased to welcome two new Research Fellows, Zuzana Balážová and Katarína Medľová.

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DEC
09
2013

CVEK published this year's third issue of the critical quarterly Minority Policy in Slovakia.

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AUG
14
2013

CVEK published an annual report on minority policy in Slovakia in 2012.

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AUG
13
2013

 Call for applications for an internship at CVEK within the framework of the Think Tank Fund Young Professional Development Program.

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AUG
07
2013

CVEK published the latest issue of the Critical Quarterly Minority Policy in Slovakia.

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JÚL
02
2013

Center for the Research of Ethnicity and Culture has launched a new project "Slovakia: a Country for All? A Civil Society Response to Securitization, Populism and Increase of Right wing Extremism.”

 

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MAR
08
2013

CVEK published a new book titled "School for all? Inclusiveness of measures in relation to Roma children." 

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FEB
21
2013

On February 07 – 10, 2013, Elena Gallová-Kriglerová and Alena Chudžíková have attended as co-lecturers a training for teachers on the education of children of foreigners, which has been organized by the Milan Šimečka Foundation.

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FEB
12
2013

CVEK published a new issue of critical quarterly Minority policy in Slovakia.

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OKT
31
2012

CVEK published a new issue of critical quarterly Minority policy in Slovakia.

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OKT
16
2012

On October 11 – 14, 2012, Elena Gallová-Kriglerová and Tina Gažovičová have as co-lecturers attended a training for teachers on the education of children of foreigners, which has been organized by the Milan Šimečka Foundation.

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OKT
02
2012

The city of Martin adopted the "Framework strategy for integration of foreigners living in the city of Martin", which was developed in cooperation with CVEK

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SEP
28
2012

On September 14.-15., Jarmila Lajcakova participated at the workshop organized by the European Centre for Minority Issues in Flensburg

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JÚL
20
2012

CVEK published a new issue of critical quarterly Minority policy in Slovakia.

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JÚL
06
2012

Within the project "Enhancing prospects of integration of third countries nationals on local level", CVEK released a thematic oriented bulletin Integration of Migrants on the Local Level 3.

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JÚL
04
2012

OSF and CVEK released new research report Public Opinion on Right-wing Extremism that summarize results of the CVEK study from 2011.

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JÚN
18
2012

Roma Institute, CVEK, and Slovak Institute for mediation published an Open letter to state officials and called on condemnation of ethnic hatred in connection to tragedy in Hurbanovo.

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CVEK published the annual report Minority policy in Slovakia in 2011 assessing developments in minority policy and minority rights protection in 2011.

 

The report is concerned with protection against hate crimes, symbolic politics, language nd participatory rights and measures aimed at overcoming social and economic disadvantages. Several chapters also deal with policy towards immigrant communities and religious minorities. Furthermore, the annual report brings research findings concerned with Romani children education and analysis of the political discourse on minorities. 

 

The report concludes with suggestions and recommendations for further positive development of minority policy in Slovakia.

 

 

Annual Report is available here.