Migration in Central and Eastern Europe
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.
How do we better enforce migrant workers’ labour rights? Labour inspectorates must work together, experts agreed
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...
On 28 and 29 April, the first meeting of the international project that responds to an increase in labor migration to Central Europe took place in Prague. Its participants were experts and representatives of non-governmental organizations from the Visegrad Group countries and Ukraine.
Conflicts, global inequalities, extreme poverty, humanitarian and environmental disasters have forced over 60,000 people in the world to be displaced - as refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and internally displaced persons. The majority of the world’s refugee population is hosted in developing countries, but we are also feeling the impact in our continent with more than 1 million people seeking...
The report Pushed Back at the Door: Denial of Access to Asylum in Eastern EU Member States presents the situation asylum-seekers often face at the eastern borders of the EU.