The impact of Brexit on migration from the V4 countries: Migrant strategies
- “Just don’t meet any Hungarians.” Informal Hungarian community in Great Britain
In one of our previous posts we provided a brief overview of Hungarian community life based on formal institutions. Now, with the help of some interview excerpts, we would like to present how Hungarians living in Great Britain perceive each other and how the Hungarian informal community life works. Importantly, we do not claim that […]Read More »
- Ethnicity and language in mixed partnerships – what language(s) do the Slovak migrants (mothers and children) speak?
Our colleague Dagmara Majerova (Matej Bel University) published recently a very interesting article on issue of ethnic identity of Slovak migrants focused on mothers in London living in the ethnically mixed partnerships / marriages, who bring up their children in a bilingual family environment. She found that in mixed Slovak-British families, bilingual education of children is applied […]Read More »
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Department of European Cultural Studies, University of Mateja Bela in Banska Bystrica;
Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague
Geographical Institute, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences ELKH.