We interviewed her on the basis of Instagram stories, which we recently saw on the profile of President Andrej Kiska. For a full day he gave Ivetka his Instagram, where she filmed her experience of internship at the presidential office in the field of internal politics. In an interview she told us about all of her activities related to the education of Roma children, but also about how she got an internship with the President. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2Zv7mzJ
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Book club Palikerav in Markiza TV on Reflex which was on TV 25th. april 2017.
At ORF RadioKulturhaus in Vienna, 15 awards for socially innovative projects were awarded on Tuesday 1 May. This fourteenth year has become historically most successful especially for Slovakia. Up to three Slovak projects received the prestigious SozialMarie award, of which the second place went to the Book Club PAĽIKERAV from Košice. Read more at:
The aim of the book club Paľikerav, which operates in eastern Slovakia near Prešov, is to motivate young people to read books and at the same time to point out that the Roma are not only able to dance and sing but also to read. In doing so, it tries to break down prejudices against the Roma. More in an interview with Renata Pankievičová, Vice-President of OZ ĎAKUJEM- PAĽIKERAV. You can read more athttp://www.romea.cz/cz/publicistika/rozhovory/knizni-klub-palikerav-na-slovensku-aneb-romove-umi-nej...
The idea of the Roma Book Club came about by accident. "We left Bratislava for a conference with Government Plenipotentiary Abel Ravasz and the girls bought books from their parents' pocket," Renáta says, "and when they started reading them on the train, the guide was very surprised by the reading Roma. At that time, I thought I could cheer them up and shift the idea from reading to video reviews to tell the content read to other children. ”The original idea of two readers' conversation about one book was uninterested, then they went on to make video reviews. On Facebook they have almost a hundred uploaded videos so far, where girls talk about basic information about the book, short content and why they like particular books. The viewership of the videos is amazing - everyone sees a few thousand viewers.
The Book club
is worth mentioning because it is a handful of young people who meet regularly twice a month to share their book experiences. They even upload book review videos on their FB page. Miška has read the epochal horror Contact and although she usually prefers romance, she liked the horror movie. Two and three months ago Mark was in Košice at the literary club Paľikerav at a discussion.
You can read more at: http://www.vydavatelstvohydra.sk/pop-kultura-fest-kosice-2018/