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16. 8. 11
Zdroj: migrationonline.cz

The Socio-Economic Impact of Admission Policies and Admission-Related Integration Policies in the Czech Republic

Third research report, created as a part of the partnership project of Multicultural Centre Prague "Promoting Sustainable Policies for Integration", was written by Yana Leontiyeva. The report examines the impact of specific policies on the integration of migrants and outlines the general character of labour migration from non-EU countries to the Czech Republic. The author comes to the conclusion that there a number of barriers to the successful integration of non-EU immigrants into the Czech labour market and society. Many of the barriers have been created as a result of the instrumental
approach of Czech government to labor migrants and their temporary stay in the Czech territory.

The research report was created as a part of the projects PROSINT, supported by European Commission.

Yana Leontiyeva
Mgr. Yana Leontiyeva, Ph.D graduated from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in Kyiv and Charles University in Prague. She holds a degree in sociology, specialized in migration studies and methods of social research. Since 2002 she works at the Institute of Sociology Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Apart from coordinating her own projects, she has experience of cooperation in a number of migration-related research activities realized by other Czech and international partner-institutions. She is a member of the editorial board of the series Foreigners in the Czech Republic published by the Czech Statistical Office and international journal Central and Eastern European Migration Review. Her research interest is focused on migration policies, migrants’ integration on the labour market, remittance behaviour and civic participation of migrants.
16. 8. 11
Zdroj: migrationonline.cz

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