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COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF THE MIGRATION PROGRAM (Full text)

24. 5. 04
The comparative study aimed at providing a comparison of problematic provisions of Czech legal regulations and Czech practice in relation to foreigners with the corresponding provisions in the legal framework of selected European countries. The selective criterion was the existence of an element of discrimination in the individual Czech regulations. The comparative approach resulted in proposals o...
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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE MIGRATION PROGRAM – Education

24. 5. 04
The second chapter of the comparative study contrasts the availability of education, scholarships and other services as well as language training for foreigners in the Czech Republic with the current situation in Sweden and France. The authors compare the above aspects of education for foreigners at three levels of schooling: elementary, secondary and university. The work also compares adult langu...
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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE MIGRATION PROGRAM – Goods and services

24. 5. 04
The fifth chapter of the comparative study so far has no comparative part, so it is essentially a description of the current situation in the Czech Republic. At the beginning, the author introduces the evaluation criteria for determining discriminatory behavior in the area of goods and services. Subsequently, the basic principles of discriminatory behavior in the provision of goods and services ar...
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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE MIGRACE PROGRAM - Citizenship

18. 5. 04
The beginning of the comparative study’s seventh chapter defines the term “state citizenship”. The comparison deals with the conditions for naturalization of foreigners, ways of making it simpler for second and third generation immigrants to obtain citizenship and dual citizenship. Czech legislation and practice are compared with the corresponding legislation of Germany, Austria,...
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