Integration

Be storyteller! Come to our workshop! Be storyteller! Come to our workshop! 07/01/20

Each of us is carring a numerous number of stories through the life. They just need to be evoked, brushed up and opened up. If you have a need to tell your own story or to tell some other story which resonates with you – come and join us. We will learn how to compose the story and how to present the story to the audience.

  • When: tuesday 28 January 2020, 4-8pm
  • Where: Skautský institut, Old Town Square 4, Prague 1

The working language is Czech.

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Talks on migration and refugees with a foreign guest to your school Talks on migration and refugees with a foreign guest to your school 02/01/20

We offer free talks on migration and refugees with a foreign guest to schools in Prague and Central Bohemia Region.

Do you want to invite a foreign guest who would share his/her story and experience from his/her journey to the Czech Republic and life here? Contact us and we will be happy to prepare this discussion at your school. All primary and secondary schools in Prague and the Central Bohemia Region can participate.

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PF 2020 PF 2020 19/12/19

Let's take small good steps for a great leap year 2020!

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Support SIMI when shopping for Christmas Support SIMI when shopping for Christmas 12/12/19

Christmas is upon us. Just in case you still don’t have your gifts ready, we have a great two-in-one offer: buy your gifts online and do a good deed. When shopping, you can donate to our Association for Integration and Migration (SIMI) without paying anything extra! How does it work? Go to www.givt.cz and, before shopping, choose our association from the list of whom you wish to donate a part of the purchase price.

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5.12: International Volunteer Day 5.12: International Volunteer Day 05/12/19

We would like to say thank you to all our great volunteers who helps us in our activities to support foreigners in the Czech Republic. Thank you and it will  be our pleasure to work with you in the following years.

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Newsletter SIMI Foodblog Newsletter SIMI Foodblog 13/11/19

We bring you interesting stories and recipes from our SIMI Foodblog!

You can find here recipes from 60 countries.

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Cooking course of tatar specialities with Elmira Cooking course of tatar specialities with Elmira 12/11/19

In November we organised the cooking course of Tatar specialities with Elmira.

Elmira teached us how to prepare traditional kystybyj, Azu or Kosh tele.

All recipes you can find in our SIMI Foodblogu.

You can also download colection card with tatar recipes zde.

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Story about student Busra from Turkey Story about student Busra from Turkey 01/11/19

In SIMI, we regularly employ international interns. This spring, we hosted Busra, an intern from Turkey, who is enrolled in the master degree of gender studies for international students on Faculty of Humanities UK.

Busra showed great interest in our work and helped us mostly with research concerning the situation of migrant women in the Czech Republic and in Europe. We were, on the other hand, interested in how she actually enjoys living in Prague.

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From European networks: Radical Girlsss letter to the president-elect of the European Commission From European networks: Radical Girlsss letter to the president-elect of the European Commission 14/10/19

SIMI monitors the events related to new establishment of the European Commission. We share an action made in this respect within the European Network of Migrant Women, which we are a member of.

Radical Girlsss, a group of young feminist women acting within the cited network, addressed a letter to the new president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the Commissioners Margaritis Schinas (portfolio “Protecting our European Way of Life”), Helena Dalli (“Equality" portfolio), Ylva Johansson (“Home Affairs” portfolio).

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Today is The World Mental Health Day Today is The World Mental Health Day 10/10/19

On World Mental Health Day, ENAR publishes a new toolkit on race and mental health at work.

Racism, discrimination and structural inequalities intersect with mental health and have an impact on the mental health of people of colour in the workplace.

The toolkit explores how we can understand the links between racism, inequality, and wellbeing. It provides a non-exhaustive summary of available evidence related to racism, mental health and wellbeing, exploring the individual, organisational and structural levels

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