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The term diaspora (Greek διασπορα, a scattering or sowing of seeds) is used (without capitalization) to refer to any people or ethnic population forced or induced to leave their traditional ethnic homelands, being dispersed throughout other parts of the world, and the ensuing developments in their dispersal and culture.
No one can say how many Slavs and Slavic descendants live today out of the Slavic states.
This page is open for the Slavic Diaspora around the world.
“This call we extend especially to descendants of the Slavic people living around the world, almost as numerous today as in the original Slavic countries.»
(Insert from the text from the First Slavic Proclamation by the Founder of the Slavic Union)