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Work and residence permits

The topic Work and residence permit primarily focuses on:

▪ national developments of labour migration and recent policy changes in this area,
▪ the access and rights of migrant workers in the labour market,
▪ tackling unequal or unfair working conditions of migrant workers in practice.


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Press release: new project seeking shared interests between workers kicks off

Press release: new project seeking shared interests between workers kicks off

9. 2. 18

In September (27-28.11) MKC team gathered with representatives of several NGOs and Universities across Europe for two days preparatory meeting launching the brand new international project.

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What bothers migrant workers the most? Unpaid wages, reveals unique research on Ukrainian workers with Polish visa

What bothers migrant workers the most? Unpaid wages, reveals unique research on Ukrainian workers with Polish visa

31. 1. 18

We are proud to present you with results of our research “Towards stronger transnational labour enforcement cooperation on labour migration” (STRONGLAB). The main output of the research are five country reports giving an insights into patterns of labour migration and rights violations of migrant workers.

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How do we better enforce migrant workers’ labour rights? Labour inspectorates must work together, experts agreed

How do we better enforce migrant workers’ labour rights? Labour inspectorates must work together, experts agreed

29. 12. 17

Press Release, Prague, December 11, 2017

Working six days per week, twelve hours per day, lack of possibilities to negotiate even an unpaid leave or lacking health and social insurance. These are the working conditions faced by some migrant workers in the European Union. Even in the Czech Republic, the labour market has been undergoing restructuralization towa...

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You could be the ONE! We are looking for a labor migration & precarious work project coordinator

You could be the ONE! We are looking for a labor migration & precarious work project coordinator

6. 12. 17

Do you want a meaningful and fulfilling work? Currently, ...

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Foreign workers according to Czech politicians: 8 hours for work, 8 hours for sleep, 8 hours for misdemeanors

Foreign workers according to Czech politicians: 8 hours for work, 8 hours for sleep, 8 hours for misdemeanors

27. 2. 17 Marek Čaněk

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, ...

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Poland: Labour Conditions Facing Polish Migrant Workers in the EU Labour Market

Poland: Labour Conditions Facing Polish Migrant Workers in the EU Labour Market

4. 8. 16

Partner: The Galician Foundation for Regional Development
Location: Państwomiasto, ul. Andersa 29, Warszawa
Date: July 1, 2016

Number of participants: 22

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 European Web Site on Integration's newsletter - issue 75

European Web Site on Integration's newsletter - issue 75

20. 11. 15
E-Newsletter
17 November 2015 / Issue 75

The new EU Public Procurement Directive – a step towards better working conditions?

The link between public procurement and good (or bad) working conditions might not be visible at first sight. Nevertheless, in the European Union, the public purchase of goods and services has been estimated to account for 16% of GDP – a significant market that employs many people and is therefore worthy of closer observation in the framework of the Labour Citizenship (LABCIT) project.
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