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Outcomes of the collaboration in the Invisible Power coalition Outcomes of the collaboration in the Invisible Power coalition 03/03/21

Migrant and Roma women in the Czech Republic and other parts of Europe face economic and social inequalities and live in a position particularly vulnerable to violence and discrimination. Compared to most women in the Czech society, these women are often at higher risk of social exclusion, live under worse material conditions, and have a lower quality of life. The problems of these women are often overlooked, which is why the Invisible Power coalition, with the support of the German EVZ Foundation, was founded—to give these women space to be seen and heard. The coalition represents a collaborative effort of the Czech Women’s Lobby (CWL) and its member organizations Association for Integration and Migration (SIMI) and SLOVO 21, under which the Roma women’s group Manushe operates.

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New Covid-19 restrictions from 1 March New Covid-19 restrictions from 1 March 01/03/21

From Monday, 1 March, new Covid-19 restrictions come into force. Find more details in our brief overview:

Webinar for migrant new parents and parents-to-be once again Webinar for migrant new parents and parents-to-be once again 28/02/21

In April, we will repeat our online seminar for migrant new parents and parents-to-be. Join us to learn more about parental leavecitizenship of newbornshealth insurance and other frequent topics we help our clients to deal with

  • When: Tuesday, 13 April 2021, 6pm - 8pm
  • Where: at Zoom

The webinar will be held in English.

Free of charge.

If you wish to participate, let us know at ostranska@migrace.com. Please, register no later than 11 April!

The webinar is a part of the Integrating Prague project.

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Respirators compulsory on public transport and elsewhere Respirators compulsory on public transport and elsewhere 19/02/21

From Thursday, 25 February, it will be obligatory to use more effective face coverings – respirators or nano masks, or possibly two surgical masks placed on each other - in some places.

Learn more HERE.

State of emergency extended by 2 weeks State of emergency extended by 2 weeks 12/02/21

On Sunday, 14 February, the state of emergency in the Czech Republic was extended until the end of February. Public offices will return to normal opening hours. From 15 to 28 February, foreigners who work in the CR are allowed to change employer even if their previous employment lasted less than six months. The schools which are currently closed are expected to open in March at the earliest.

We still kindly ask our clients for the following:

  • Wear a protective mask.
  • Always call or email us to arrange your appointment before coming for a consultation.
  • If you have symptoms of cold or flu, do not come to our office. We provide counselling services online, by phone or email as well.
  • Still act in ways to protect your health and the health of those around you.

Webinar for migrant parents took place last week Webinar for migrant parents took place last week 18/01/21

On 12 January, we held a webinar for migrants in the Czech Republic. This time for new parents and parents-to-be.

The webinar, lectured by SIMI counsellors Nika Matějovská and Peter Chmeliar, covered the most frequent topics we help migrant parents to deal with, such as the options and requirements for maternity and parental leave, citizenship of new-born children or health insurance for babies and mothers.

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Webinar for New Parents and Parents-to-Be Webinar for New Parents and Parents-to-Be 01/01/21

In our new seminar for migrants, we will focus on new parents and the most frequent issues we help them to deal with. The seminar will be held online and in English this time. Join us to learn more about parental leavecitizenship of newbornshealth insurance and more.

  • When: Tuesday, 12 January 2021, 3pm - 5pm
  • Where: at Zoom

The webinar is for free.

The Zoom access link will be sent upon registration at ostranska@migrace.com. Please, register no later than 8 January!

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Legal and social department will be closed until January 4 2021 29/12/20

Our legal and social departments will be closed from December 29, 2020 till January 3, 2021.

Thank you for understanding and looking forward to see You in 2021.

PF 2021 PF 2021 21/12/20

Wherever your path may lead, we are here for you in 2021.

Find us at our new address: Havlíčkovo Sguare 2, Prague 3.

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New Covid-19 restrictions from 27 December New Covid-19 restrictions from 27 December 17/12/20

From Monday, 27 December, new Covid-19 restrictions come into force. The Czech Republic moves back to level 5. Find more details in our brief overview:

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