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Well-being of Immigrants with A minority backgrouNd 

Our team of researchers, together with Masaryk University in Brno and Norwegian organisation Skeiv Verden, is dedicated to investigating the circumstances of Ukrainian and Slovakian LGBTQ+ people currently residing in the Czech Republic. We're exploring their daily challenges, overall well-being, integration processes, and the treatment they receive from the state. Projekt is financed from EEA/Norwegian fonds. 

We are looking for LGBTQ+ people from Ukraine living in the Czech Republic. We want to learn more about their situation, experiences and life. If you are interested in sharing your story with us, please contact us. 


We would be very grateful if you also fill in this questionnaire about health and integration:

since January 2024

Duhová vlajka


Our past projects include music compositions and productions, educational projects and the Queer Eye festival

sport, lgbtq+
sport, lgbtq+
Sport Activities

for queer women

One of our activities is to promote physical and mental well-being (especially for women and minorities) through sport. We have organized many workshops, tournaments, joint trips to the mountains, culinary activities, etc. Our events are open to all, organised through social networks (our Facebook Queer Eye), website or personal invitation.

2015 - now


Katarzia, TEZA feat. Jan Cina, Blanche, Ridina Ahmed, MeowLau, Val

June 2023

Well-known Czech and Slovak musicians released a song in support of the LGBTQ+ community. The song was created in memory of  murdered young men Juraj and Matúš in Bratislava club Tepláreň.   With this project, its creators want to help the growth of respect and empathy in Slovakia and at the same time to tell LGBTQ+ and other "minority" communities in our country and in the world that it is
we will not let live in fear.

The project was implemented with the support of OSA (Author's Protection Union). 


Music & Text: TEZA, Blanche

Mix: Nic Coolidge

Mastering: Caduceus Mastering

Vocals: Katarzia, TEZA, Ridina Ahmedová, Blanche, Jan Cina, Val Vlková

Food on ice
Healthy Eating:

Utopia or a Contemporary Must 

EEA/Norway project on emotions, health and food led by Blanka Maderová, PhD. (principal researcher, coordinator), connecting the Czech organization Reskata z.s. and researchers from OsloMet University. 

He was inspired by the newly acquired 2nd place of the Czech Republic in the obesity rankings in Europe and Norwegian research on sugar, advertising and possible political and local changes.
Three Czech scientists from Charles University and two Norwegian researchers from SIFO at OsloMet University in Norway dealt with issues of Czech and Norwegian culture, emotional eating, sugar and sweet drinks, and youth well-being and health.  
They organized a conference in Prague and Oslo, held several workshops, offered solutions and wrote articles for professional and lifestyle magazines.

October 2020 - March 2022

Basics of education in the field of culture and democracy

for persons granted international protection in the form of asylum or supplementary protection

Several members of Jiný Pohled z.s. (coordinated by Blanka Maderová, PhD.) created a methodology for Czech Ministry of Education's integration courses and helped organize them in 2017 and 2018. They created a team of teachers, revised the methodology twice, created textbooks in 4 languages and educaction materials (comics, games, pictures, etc.) and several of them taught the courses during weekends. The 2 month-long courses were intended for foreigners and persons with asylum coming to Czech Republic. It was called "The Basics of Education in Czech Culture, Democracy." They cooperated with the even management agency Xact.

December 2016 - December 2018

vzdělávání, škola, výuka

LGBTQ+ music festival 

Educational workshops and organization of concerts, debates, and other activities during the annual Festival Queer Eye in Prague. The aim of the festival is to support mainly female, or non-binary, and LGBTQ+ musicians, performers, lecturers, (international) artists, while creating new connections, communities, new projects and friendships arising from such encounters.

2010 - 2019

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