How was 2018 like? Just as our parents remember where they were during the events of November 1989, our generation will remember the day we learned about the murder of Ján Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kušnírová, and also how we stood at public squares all over Slovakia from March to June.
OVER 100 ORGANISATIONS CALL VON DER LEYEN TO STOP CRIMINALISATION OF SOLIDARITY WITH MIGRANTS
On the occasion of the World Refugee Day, which is celebrated annually on June 20th, Sunday Parade took place in Stará Tržnice in Bratislava for the seventh time.
On the occasion of publishing of the Minority Rights Group International's annual report on the trends in the field of minorities and indigenous peoples in 2019, we organized a discussion in English language about Climate Change: its impacts and climate refugees.
Today, UNHCR has published new statistics on the number of people displaced worldwide in 2018. In this article, we summarize the main facts and numbers also in comparison to the situation in Slovakia and we have created infographics with the basic numbers, which you can share with your friends.
The first meeting with foreigners in Trnava was held on 6 May, attracted around 40 people, connected city and foreigners, but also highlighted challenges which must be solved.
On Sunday, April 28, 2019, our comic book Uletenci was presented in Art Cafe to the local readers.
On March 28th, the Human Rights League (HRL) held its third discussion with foreigners living in Bratislava.