in the sociocultural environment in some way present should be considered (e.g., it would be pointless to research purely Buddhist or Hindu religiosity in Slovakia or Poland – it would make sense only if we looked for those people and wanted to learn
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The paper highlights the various aspects of the electronisation of judicial and extra-judicial dispute resolution in the Slovak Republic. The author concludes that arbitration as a form of dispute settlement process may take an electronic form in Slovakia, with the exception of issuing the arbitration decisions which must always take a paper form – for the sake of legal certainty. An alternative dispute resolution in consumer disputes, taking the form of mediation is a novelty in Slovakia and was only introduced in 2016, under the respective EU Regulation. This also foresaw an electronic platform to facilitate online cross-border consumer dispute resolution. Finally, the recently introduced new rules on civil judicial procedure in Slovakia (1st July 2016) also brought about some enhancements with regard to electronisation of dispute resolution. In addition to the possibilities of filing electronic submissions, hearings can also take place with the use of electronic means; public notices must be published on a website of a court or relevant authority and the delivery of court documents was also widely electronised based on a recent Act on e-Government.
countries, i.e., the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia. The study provides an exciting opportunity to advance our knowledge of the potential economic impact of international students, with particular focus on ingoing Erasmus+ students. This specific
, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. We are aware of the fact that in the majority of developed countries, private investment constitutes a more significant part of R&D investment in general ( EC, 2018 ; OECD, 2018 ). However, for the purpose of this paper, we
educational opportunities of the Roma population in eight different countries in this region: Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. The book presents a collection of essays describing the social situation of the
Authors:Andrea Óhidy, Nadine Comes, and Norbert Pikula
. Stuttgart : Ibidem Press . Amnesty International and European Roma Rights Centre ( 2017 ). Slovakia: A lesson in discrimination. Segregation of Romani children in primary education in Slovakia . Amnesty International and European Roma Rights Centre