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.
Roma activist Magdalena Karvayova: Our children don’t see the light at the end of the tunnel
What is the life of the Roma minority like in this country today, how did the Roma fare under communism and why is it so hard to root out existing prejudices against them?
Roma community organizer: Teachers have to learn to work with a heterogeneous class
The Council of Europe has criticized Czechia for the country’s slow progress in addressing discrimination against Romanies in almost all areas of life.
“Radio Free Russia” project could help establish hub for Russian journalists in Prague
A new project being set up by Czech Vice President of the European Commission Věra Jourová could help independent Russian reporters in Europe.
War in Ukraine seen as “unjustifiable Russian aggression” by three quarters of Czechs
Three quarters of Czechs see the war in Ukraine as a case of “unjustifiable Russian aggression”, according to a survey conducted by the Median agency for Czech Radio.
The price of a pint: A look into rising beer costs in Prague
There’s no doubt that Czechs love their beer, but with inflation at an all time high, can they still afford it?
14:59Czechia helping abroad
Czechs in Cambodia fighting child mortality and floods
Czechia has many friends in Cambodia. Hundreds of Cambodians have graduated from Czech universities and due to ongoing cooperation, the ties that bind remain strong.
03:01War in Ukraine
People in Need marks Ukraine war anniversary with series of events
A series of events, organised by the NGO People in Need, will take place in Prague this week to mark the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Michal Pitoňák: Understanding diversity makes society more robust
We spoke to Michal Pitoňák, one of the authors of a new National Institute of Mental Health study showing that harrasment against the LGBTQ+ community is rising.
Petition calls for upgrade of sex education in Czech schools
More than 8,000 people have already signed a petition initiated by the NGO Konsent, calling for the improvement of sexual education in Czech schools.
11:19Czechia helping abroad
Czech cooperation aid in Georgia: From local business support to landscape protection
Landscape protection, development of tourism and support of alternative social services – these are just a few examples of Czech development cooperation in Georgia.
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