Father who was banned from seeing his child born wins important battle
The Covid pandemic placed a lot of restrictions on the society. A father who was banned from seeing his child born has now won an important battle over his rights.
Expert: Smoking “definitely biggest problem” among addictions in Czechia
On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day, we asked Dr Eva Králíková, an expert on tacking nicotine addiction, about the smoking situation in Czechia.
The dog urinals from Brno that are conquering the world
Brno, Prague, Warsaw, Budapest, and Calgary – these are some of the cities where an ingenious invention by two Moravian dog owners has spread, preventing unsightly stains.
Striking art project on prominent Letná wall highlights stigmatisation of sex workers
Until June 6, the spaces in the wall below Letná running parallel to the Vltava river are being occupied by Markéta Garai’s exhibition With(out) Care.
Church’s move to allow blessing of same-sex unions shows believers “really support equality”
The country’s largest Protestant denomination, the Evangelical Church of the Czech Brethren, has announced that it will officially allow pastors to bless same-sex unions.
Police arrest man suspected of starting forest fire that devastated Bohemian Switzerland last year
Police have arrested and charged a 36-year-old man whom they suspect started the largest forest fire that Czechia has ever seen.
US artist Susan Loy on how many letters are really in the Czech alphabet
Susan Loy is a US artist who moved to Prague with Unitarian sponsorship, where she has curated an international art exhibition and created a Czech Flower Alphabet.
Why is Czechia reluctant to ratify the Istanbul Convention?
The Czech government announced on Wednesday that Czechia would abstain from a vote on the EU’s accession to the Istanbul Convention on combatting violence against women.
11:16The five best universities
The perks of student life at Czechia’s leading universities
We asked foreign students studying at Czechia's leading universities what they like about the country and the student lifestyle it offers.
Dorms or flats – the big question for international students
One of the first challenges foreign students in Czechia face after arriving in the country is finding accommodation.
“He really elevated the event”: Pavel first president in years to attend Roma Holocaust event
On Sunday President Petr Pavel became the first Czech head of state in decades to attend an annual memorial in South Bohemia to victims of the Roma and Sinti Holocaust.
12:19Best universities in Czechia
CZU - A place to get a unique education grounded in the life sciences
The Czech University of Life Sciences is a place where an education rooted in science and agriculture is merged with other subjects like economics and business.
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