Strengthening Trans/national Cooperation among Labour Standards Enforcement Agencies in Europe: Challenges and Opportunities
We are delighted to invite you to the conference “Strengthening Trans/national Cooperation among Labour Standards Enforcement Agencies in Europe: Challenges and Opportunities” hosted under the auspices of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of the Czech Republic in Prague on 24 - 25 November 2017.
Global coalition calls for end to prosecutorial persecution with criminal defamation law
Conflicts, global inequalities, extreme poverty, humanitarian and environmental disasters have forced over 60,000 people in the world to be displaced - as refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and internally displaced persons. The majority of the world’s refugee population is hosted in developing countries, but we are also feeling the impact in our continent with more than 1 million people seeking...
On 28 and 29 April, the first meeting of the international project that responds to an increase in labor migration to Central Europe took place in Prague. Its participants were experts and representatives of non-governmental organizations from the Visegrad Group countries and Ukraine.
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Migration Working Group 2017-2018 Programme
Foreign workers according to Czech politicians: 8 hours for work, 8 hours for sleep, 8 hours for misdemeanors
The Czech Interior Minister Chovanec has discovered a new border that must be protected. This time it is an interior one, which consists of foreign workers in the industrial cities who "come over more or less without any control", and, in the words of the Chief of Police Tuhý, they "demonstrably" increase crime rates. "Agencies" bring them in, make a profit, and, after workers lose their jobs, ...
The report Pushed Back at the Door: Denial of Access to Asylum in Eastern EU Member States presents the situation asylum-seekers often face at the eastern borders of the EU.
Consortium of Migrants Assisting Organizations in the Czech Republic (Consortium)  has been closely following the proposals on the reform of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) put forward by both the European Commission and the Council. This policy brief aims to summarize the Commission’s proposals published in the spring/summer 2016 in light of fur...
13 January 2017 / Issue 88
In 2017, the European Web Site on Integration's newsletter will continue to provide you with a selection of the most relevant policy developments, research, events, funding schemes and ...
No bidder has expressed interest in a 520-million-crown contract for providing integration services for foreigners in the Czech Republic. Migration and the EU Refugees in CEE IntegrationCzech Republicarticles
10 November 2016 / Issue 87
This is the 87th issue of the European Web Site on Integration's newsletter.
Please find below a selection of the most relevant policy developments, data updates, events, fun...
In 2015, thousands of ordinary people in all EU Member States have spontaneously welcomed newcomers and provided emergency front-line humanitarian assistance, through food, clothing and emergency shelters. As newcomers get into asylum procedures and integration programmes, many volunteers are trying to support their long-term integration and open up the public to diversity.
14 October 2016 / Issue 86
This 86th issue of the European Web Site on Integration's newsletter features a selection of the latest news, funding opportunities and documents in the field of integration, as well...
Housing is one of the most fundamental human needs. Who lives where and how tells a lot about a society, the opportunities and pathways available for integration, as well as about the inequalities and obstacles to social mobility. Housing has a major influence on immigrants’ employment options, educational opportunities, social interaction with the mainstream society, and even their residence, ...