Von der Hofburg ins Drei-Länder-Eck – das war das Jahrestreffen der slawischen Minderheiten bei den Burgenlandkroaten in Österreich

From the Hofburg to the Three-Country Corner - the annual meeting of the Slavic minorities at the Burgenland Croats in Austria


From November 17th to 20th, 2022, the 25th seminar of the Slavic minorities in Europe took place in Vienna/Beč, hosted by the Burgenland Croats. Read more about the seminar here.

Wie leben Minderheiten in großen Metropolen? Slawische Minderheiten treffen sich in Wien

How do minorities live in large metropolises? Slavic minorities meet in Vienna


When you think of Vienna, you think of the Hofburg, Schönbrunn Palace, cafés and classical music – but who knows that some Slavic minorities also live there? And how is it possible to make them visible in a European metropolis? The 25th seminar of the FUEN Working Group of Slavic Minorities in Europe (AGSM), which will take place from 17 to 20 November 2022 in Vienna/Beč, Austria, is dedicated to this and other topics.

Ein Jahr später: Gedenkveranstaltung an Antonio Sammartino

One year later: commemoration for Antonio Sammartino


The "Agostina Piccoli" Foundation is commemorating the first anniversary of the death of its founder and soul of the Molise-Croatian minority, Antonio Sammartino, with a virtual commemoration. You are cordially invited to leave a message in any language via the online link by November 20, 2022.

Terezija Stojšić ist neue Vorsitzende des Kroatischen Zentrums in Wien / Hrvatski Centar Beč

Terezija Stojšić is new President of Croatian Center in Vienna / Hrvatski Centar Beč


Terezija Stoisits was unanimously elected as the new chair of the Croatian Center in Vienna/Hrvatski centar u Beču. She succeeds Tibor Jugovits, who held this position for 15 years. Terezija Stoisits has been active in the Croatian center from the start, reports the ORF. The AGSM congratulates and looks forward to being a guest at the 25th Seminar of the Slavic Minorities in Vienna/Beč.

AGSM Broschüre auf Slowenisch: Die Vorstellung der Übersetzung in Görz / Gorica

AGSM brochure in Slovenian: the presentation of translation in Gorizia / Gorica


On Thursday, October 27th, 2022, the Slovenian translation of the AGSM brochure, which was made in cooperation between Carinthian Slovenes and Slovenes in Italy by two AGSM member organizations, SSO and NSKS, was presented in Gorizia/Gorica. AGSM coordinator Matic Germovšek Ž. also presented the AGSM film about the Carinthian Slovene minority to the audience.

ANMELDUNG: AGSM-Mitglieder treffen sich vom 17.-20.11.2022  in Wien und im Burgenland

REGISTER NOW: AGSM members to meet in Vienna and Burgenland from 17 - 20 November 2022


The registrations are open now for the 25th Seminar of Slavic Minorities in Europe from 17-20 November 2022 in Vienna / Beč.

Nach dem FUEN-Kongress: Keine Slawische VertreterIn im neuen Präsidium

After the FUEN Congress: No slavic representatives in the new Presidium


At the FUEN Congress 2022 in Berlin, co-hosted by the 4 national minorities in Germany, the Assembly of Delegates took place, where the new FUEN Presidium was elected. Angelika Mlinar, Carinthian Slovene and current AGSM Spokesperson was not re-elected.

25. AGSM Seminar findet von 17.-20.11.2022 in Wien statt

25th AGSM Seminar will take place from 17-20 November 2022 in Vienna


The 25th Seminar of Slavic Minorities in Europe will take place from 17-20 November 2022 in Vienna/Beč, Austria, in cooperation with the Croatian Centre / Hrvatski centar and the Croatian Cultural Association in Burgenland (HKD). Registration is open for members and guests until 24.10.2022.

Nikola Gjurgjaj überreichte Matic Germovšek Ž., dem Koordinator der AGSM, die

Nikola Gjurgjaj presented the "Ilinden" Certificate of Appreciation to Matic Germovšek Ž., the AGSM coordinator


At the FUEN Congress 2022 in Berlin, the President of the Macedonian Association "Ilinden"-Tirana, Nikola Gjurgjaj presented the "Ilinden" Certificate of Gratitude to Mr. Matic Germovšek Žnidaršić, the coordinator of the Working Group of Slavic Minorities (AGSM) at the Federal Union of European Nationalities. (FUEN)

Domowina-Vorsitzender Statnik zu 75 Jahren Sorbisches Gymnasium in Bautzen

Domowina President Statnik on 75 Years of the Sorbian Gymnasium in Bautzen / Budyšin


The Sorbian Gymnasium was founded on 1 September 1947 as the "Sorbian Secondary School" in Bautzen/Budyšin. The opening took place on 8 September 1947. The school building was located at Kurt-Pchalek-Straße 15. On the occasion of today's 75th anniversary of the school's opening, the chairman of the Domowina, Dawid Statnik, was also invited to speak at the commemorative event.