Unions demand big pay rises as the government splashes out on costly new benefit programs.
Two Slovak journalists traveled to the UK to meet members of the Slovak Roma minority who had left their homeland, and found success stories. What is it that the British do so differently? From the Slovak weekly Tyzden.
Despite vibrant economic growth and unemployment rates at their lowest in over two decades, there’s a lot to worry about.
After government abolished additional exam fees, protesters are now asking for better standards of education and dorm living conditions.
Forced out by failure to reach agreement with the powers that be, the grad school is to open a new campus for incoming students in Austria.
Officials tell Ankara’s ambassador not to meddle and deny reports Gulen followers may soon be deported.
Massive financial assistance from Romania has not only led to the renovation of hundreds of kindergartens in Moldova, dampening a major reason for emigration, but also imported best practices in local financial management.
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The 2019 edition of Prague Media Point will highlight these types of inspiring examples and more. We will offer a mix of scholarly presentations, including keynote addresses; sessions with innovators explaining their solutions; and networking opportunities to promote the exchange of know-how. As in years past, the conference will have a special regional focus on Central and Eastern Europe, though we look forward to covering cases and trends from other parts of the world.
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