A specialised website of the Multicultural Centre Prague for critical discussion about migration in Central and Eastern Europe. It maps migration reality, research and policy, offers a range of articles, interviews and reports and promotes debate among experts, public administrators, NGOs and the wider public.

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Migration in Central and Eastern Europe

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Czech Republic

The Czech Republic remains an important country of immigration, although the immigration flows fell sharply in the context of the economic crisis. The main purposes of immigration are family reunification, employment and education. According to official statistics, the total number of immigrants holding a residence permit slightly increased in 2011 to about 434 000, which represented around 4 % of the total population. The major immigrant communities are Ukrainian, Slovak, Vietnamese and Russian. In 2011, the government adopted the Updated Policy for Integration of Immigrants and in 2012 the Procedure of Implementation of the Updated Policy for Integration of Immigrants (Czech only). In terms of legislation, in 2012 the government approved much debated legislative intent of the new legal regulation (Czech only) of entry and residence of foreign citizens in the Czech Republic.

Czech Republic: Workshop on Class and nationalism in Central Europe and Beyond

Czech Republic: Workshop on Class and nationalism in Central Europe and Beyond

Partner: The Multicultural Centre Prague
Location: Tranzitdisplay Gallery, Prague
Date: 16 July 2016

Number of participants: 30

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Italy: Roundtable with trade unionists

Italy: Roundtable with trade unionists

30. 8. 16

Adl-Cobas Rimini and the Association Rumori Sinistri proposed to the LABCIT partner to cooperate with the goal to create a transnational network with Romanian NGOs aimed at 1. spreading information on labour rights in Italy among Romanian workers who live in Romania and want to migrate to Italy to work in the hospitality industry, and 2. supporting returnees who want to claim their rights ...

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Czech Republic: The role of trade unions in the protection of rights of migrant workers: limits and perspectives

Czech Republic: The role of trade unions in the protection of rights of migrant workers: limits and perspectives

30. 6. 16

Partner: Multicultural Center Prague

Location: Trade Union Main Bulding

Date: 23 May 2016

 

Number of Participants: 30

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