Arts and humanities academics say they barely make a living wage
On Teachers’ Day, Tuesday 28 March, a large-scale, nationwide demonstration will be taking place to protest against the chronic underfunding of the humanities in Czechia.
She’s Gone: Israeli artist displays clothes of domestic violence victims at Prague exhibition
An art installation by Israeli artist Keren Goldstein Yehezkeli protesting against the global phenomenon of femicide is on display in the lower house of Czech Parliament.
Why are so many Ukrainian children not attending school in Czechia?
A portion of the Ukrainian child refugee population in Czechia is missing out on formal education because there aren’t enough school places for them.
Czech scouts make thousands of trench candles for Ukraine
For several weeks now, Czech scouts have been making special candles for Ukrainian soldiers and civilians to be used in the trenches and during power cuts.
What attracts tourists to Prague?
A new study looking at differences in tourist behaviour and motivation between countries has come up with some interesting findings.
Famous Czech glassworks produces glass bell for Klok & Peel Museum in Asten
The Harrachov glassworks - the oldest surviving glassworks in Czechia -is making a glass bell for the Klok & Peel Museum in Asten .
“The organisers try to push people further every time”: extremism expert on anti-government demo
Saturday’s anti-government demonstration in Prague’s Wenceslas Square turned violent when a small portion of the protestors tried to enter the National Museum by force.
A gambler’s life: The remarkable stories of Michal Horáček
Michal Horáček, a wonderful storyteller, has achieved great fame as a song lyricist but has also been active in areas, from journalism to the betting business to politics.
Czech team develops AI better than doctors at identifying lesions in lungs
Last week, a Czech team presented a study showing that an AI they developed is more accurate than human radiologists at detecting suspicious lesions in lung X-rays.
10:06Czechia helping abroad
Financial support for small businesses is changing the lives of people in Zambia
High rates of unemployment and malnourishment, poor infrastructure and a lack of skilled labour make Zambia one of the least developed countries in the world.
Doc taking Czech Dzuro back to scenes of Yugoslav war crimes hits cinemas
In ex-Yugoslavia in 1997, Vladimir Dzuro delivered the first European war crimes indictment from an international tribunal since WWII. A new film takes him back there.
“It was a total shock”: US journalist Mark Baker on discovering StB plan to recruit him
US journalist Mark Baker, who spent time in Czechoslovakia in the late 1980s, has made a startling discovery: the Communist secret police planned to recruit him as a spy.
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