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The issue about domestic violence is defer by Czech government again The issue about domestic violence is defer by Czech government again 31/07/20

It is regrettable that the Czech government still does not appreciate the seriousness and extent of domestic and sexual violence in the Czech Republic and on Monday postponed the ratification of the Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence.

That is why we support the Czech Women's Lobby's call for the government to negotiate the Istanbul Convention immediately after the government holidays.

The whole TZ available here.

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Important information Important information 10/07/20

ATTENTION! Important notice concerning residence: The transition period after the COVID-19 measures terminates on July 17, 2020. After that date, all residence procedures will be dealt with according to the Act on Residence of Foreign Nationals. Most importantly, it will no longer be possible to submit your residence application via post, if your presence in person is required.

Also pay attention to the up-to-date instructions for visiting the Ministry of the Interior offices after July 1, 2020. For more information refer to: https://1url.cz/XzsBU.

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Domestic Violence During the Coronavirus Pandemic Domestic Violence During the Coronavirus Pandemic 09/07/20

Our partner organization, the Czech Women's Lobby (ČŽL), has issued a press release (TZ) focusing on domestic violence behind Covid-19. The TZ was issued on the basis of qualitative research, where the first phase of data collection took place from 18 April 2020 to 5 June 2020 in the form of interviews with victims of violence and monitoring the development of specific anonymized cases. The research showed that the number of incidents of domestic violence increased as a result of the state of emergency and related preventive measures.

The whole TZ available here.

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We Have Organized an Online Debate with Migrants and Roma Women We Have Organized an Online Debate with Migrants and Roma Women 07/07/20

The Association for Integration and Migration (SIMI), the Czech Women's Lobby (ČŽL) and the Roma Women's Group Manushe (Word 21) have joined forces to point out women who are not visible or heard in society. These institutions organized a joint debate, which allowed such women to talk about their problems in an emergency in the Czech Republic and to point out some of the problems that minority women in the Czech Republic face.

Each of them came up with a different story, each went through different challenges, regarding health, work, family or personal issues. However, they all combined a determination to overcome the pandemic crisis with a positive attitude and, if possible, they helped other people around them.

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Information Brochures for Migrants for a Child Delivery Information Brochures for Migrants for a Child Delivery 05/06/20

In cooperation with the Czech Women's Lobby, we have prepared information leaflets on the topic of pregnancy, childbirth and childcare for migrant women living in the Czech Republic. In these leaflets you will find answers to questions:

  • What to do?
  • Whom to ask?
  • What is a birth plan?
  • What are my rights?

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SIMI Annual Report 2019 SIMI Annual Report 2019 01/06/20

Want to have a look at what we did in 2019? Here's our brand new annual report - a billingual (Czech-English) and shorter (thus greener) one this time.

News from SIMI Blog “Without Wrinkle” News from SIMI Blog “Without Wrinkle” 20/05/20

We bring interesting and informative reading about women in migration on this blog. We share numerous life stories and experiences.

All off articles is available here.

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A new timetable for relaxing measures in education A new timetable for relaxing measures in education 06/05/20

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport has been working intensively with the Ministry of Health and epidemiologists with regard to relaxing the exceptional measures in the area of education as part of the overall scenario for phasing out the lockdown. We bring you a new timetable aimed at phasing out the lockdown.

More informations you can find on website od NPI ČR.

ATTANTION:

Junior school primary pupils will be able to partake in educational activities in the form of school groups from 25th May.

  • The pupils’ participation will not be compulsory.
  • However, social distancing will be practiced during lessons in order to protect any at-risk groups of teaching and non-teaching staff, as well as the pupils and their family members.
  • MORE INFO HERE: https://cizinci.npicr.cz/tlumoceni-a-preklady/#uvolnovani
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Updated information on 15 April 2020 (5:00) Updated information on 15 April 2020 (5:00) 16/04/20

We bring you updated information of the measures in force as of 15 April 2020 (5:00 PM) concerning migration and residency matters.

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In the following weeks, the restrictions will be lifted gradually (see preliminary schedules for business and other activities and schools and school facilities).

For more information and up-to-date developments, please, refer also to the Asylum and Migration Policy Department website at https://www.mvcr.cz/clanek/nove-povinnosti-a-informace-pro-cizince-prevence-rozsireni-covid-19.aspx

Enrolments for compulsory education for school Enrolments for compulsory education for school 14/04/20

Enrolment in primary schools will take place in due time from 01 April 2020 to 30 April 2020, however according to the recommendation of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MŠMT) the enrolment will happen without the presence of children. Schools will provide detailed information on the enrolment process on their websites. Please follow the website of the school where you want to enrol your child. Information on the enrolment will be updated step by step.

Most schools prefer for parents to submit applications remotely, in line with the measure issued by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports for enrolment for the 2020/2021 school year.

Parents will find a link to the online enrolment on the websites of most schools (possibly with the option of a school visit if the school requires one).

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