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Romania: New Labour Rights Violations After the EU Adhesion – from Bogus Self Employment to Severe Exploitation

Romania: New Labour Rights Violations After the EU Adhesion – from Bogus Self Employment to Severe Exploitation

29. 1. 16
Partner: CONECT Association, Romania
Location: The Czech Center, Bucharest, Romania
Date: 11 and 12 December, 2015. 
Number of participants: 30

Labour MigrationRomaniaresearch reports and studies
 European Web Site on Integration's newsletter - issue 77

European Web Site on Integration's newsletter - issue 77

28. 1. 16
E-Newsletter
13 January 2016 / Issue 77

This is the 77th issue of the European Web Site on Integration's newsletter. Every...

Migration and the EU IntegrationEUarticles
Lithuania: Challenges and Solutions in Three Phases of Migration

Lithuania: Challenges and Solutions in Three Phases of Migration

25. 1. 16

Partner: Diversity Development Group
Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
Date: 29 and 30.10.2015 

Number of participants: 35

Labour Migrationresearch reports and studies
Czech Republic: Responsibility and Liability in Subcontracting Chains

Czech Republic: Responsibility and Liability in Subcontracting Chains

18. 1. 16
Partner: MKC, Czech Republic
Location: Public Defender of Rights Office (Ombudsman), Brno
Date: November 27 and 28 
Number of participants: 40

Labour MigrationCzech Republicresearch reports and studies
Social dimension  of intra-EU mobility:  Impact on public services

Social dimension of intra-EU mobility: Impact on public services

5. 1. 16
Freedom of movement of citizens constitutes one of the core values of the European Union and is closely linked to European citizenship. There is, however, a heated debate in many of the destination  Member States about the impact of intra-EU mobility on their public services. The debate centres on the ‘welfare magnet hypothesis’, which holds that migrants, including mobile citizens from ...
Migration and the EU Migration and Development IntegrationEUresearch reports and studies
Women and the refugee crisis - live broadcast

Women and the refugee crisis - live broadcast

3. 12. 15
On the Ground, On the Move, Making Change.  A panel discussion
Date: Thursday, December 3, 2015 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm 
The event will be broadcast live on CEU’s Ustream channel
Migration and the EU Gender and Migration IntegrationEU Hungaryarticles
 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
Migration Manifesto Non-governmental Organisations Working with Migrants in the Czech Republic 2015

Migration Manifesto Non-governmental Organisations Working with Migrants in the Czech Republic 2015

19. 10. 15
In this document (the “Manifesto”), we, as member organisations of the Consortium of Non-Governmental Organisations Working with Migrants in the Czech Republic, outline our experiences and opinions on migration and integration, and the policy related to migration and integration. They are based on our practical involvement in this sector for many years. This document is especially intended fo...
Migration and the EU Undocumented Migration and Regularisation Family reunification Migration and Development Labour Migration IntegrationCzech Republic

Germany: Hearing I

1. 10. 15

As part of the “Testing EU Citizenship as Labour Citizenship: From Cases of Labour Rights Violations to a Strengthened Labour-Rights Regime” project co-funded by the European Union under the Europe for All Citizens Programme, 5 partner countries including Czech Republic, Romania, Italy, Lithuania and Germany, are Hearings with migrant workers from various economic sectors.

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Statement from the Consortium of Migrants Assisting Organizations in the Czech Republic

Statement from the Consortium of Migrants Assisting Organizations in the Czech Republic

24. 9. 15
The Heads of Government of the the Visegrad Group countries (V4) adopted a joint statement at the beginning of September regarding the refugee situation in Europ...
Migration and the EU Undocumented Migration and Regularisation Refugees in CEE IntegrationEU Czech Republic
Mapping Cases of Labour Rights Violations: Hearings with Migrant Workers in 5 EU Countries

Mapping Cases of Labour Rights Violations: Hearings with Migrant Workers in 5 EU Countries

3. 9. 15

As part of the “Testing EU Citizenship as Labour Citizenship: From Cases of Labour Rights Violations to a Strengthened Labour-Rights Regime” project co-funded by the European Union under the Europe for All Citizens Programme, 5 partner countries including Czech Republic, Romania, Italy, Lithuania and Germany, are holding preparatory activities and Hearings with migrant wo...

Labour MigrationCzech Republic Hungaryresearch reports and studies

Romania: Hearing I

31. 8. 15

As part of the “Testing EU Citizenship as Labour Citizenship: From Cases of Labour Rights Violations to a Strengthened Labour-Rights Regime” project co-funded by the European Union under the Europe for All Citizens Programme, 5 partner countries including Czech Republic, Romania, Italy, Lithuania and Germany, are Hearings with migrant workers from various economic sectors.

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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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New Eurostat statistics on the acquisition of citizenship

New Eurostat statistics on the acquisition of citizenship

20. 8. 15
According to Eurostat data extracted in May 2015, nearly one million people obtained citizenship of an EU-28 Member State in 2013, an increase of 20 % compared with 2012. This was mainly caused by increases in new countries of immigration, such as Spain (131,700 more), Italy (35,300) and Greece (9,200), as well as the United Kingdom (13,600).
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