Outcomes of the research on the remittances to Ukraine. An Interview with Dušan Drbohlav

 8th of August 2014 – The interview with Dusan Drbohlav about the project outcomes dealing with the topic of remittance was issued by website of the Multicultural Centre Prague. The whole interview in english you can read here.

Invitation to seminar "Future migration to the EU and V4 from Eastern Europe"

11th of June 2014 - A research team GEOMIGRACE invites you to the final workshop of the project "Forecasting Migration Between the EU, V4 and Eastern Eur

New publication „Discovering migration between Visegrad countries and Eastern Partners“ issued!

29th of April 2014 - The final conference of a three-year EASTmig project – Migration between Eastern Partners (Belarus, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova) and the Visegrad Countries, took place on 28 April 2014 in Budapest.

Call for contributions to the migration panel. Congress Czech and Slovak Geographical Society in Prague

24th of March 2014 - As part of the August Congress of Czech and Slovak Geographical Society (23rd Congress of the Czech Geographical Society and the 16th Congress of the Slovak Geographic Society), which will be held from 25 to 28 August 2014 in Prague, Faculty of Science, Charles University. There is the opportunity to intervene in two upcoming migration panels: 1 International and internal migration of foreigners / immigrants (the panel will be due to foreign guests in English) 2) The integration of immigrants into the society.

In magazine Geografické rozhledy (Geographic Perspectives) was issued an article by Dita Čermáková and Eva Janská on internal migration of foreigners

13th of March 2014 - Internal Migration of Foreigners in Czechia: Concentration or Diffusion? The current distribution of foreigners in Czechia is a result of international migration, as well as subsequent internal migration. While international migration played a decisive role in the distribution of foreigners until  the beginning of the global crisis, internal migration is now becoming the more important of the two. Studies of internal migration cannot ignore foreigners. Foreigners not only exhibit a higher intensity of movement, they also have different preferences and directions.

"Is there an integration policy being formed in Czechia?" is asking a new article by Terezy Kušniráková in journal Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power

August 22, 2013 - The article "Is there an integration policy being formed in Czechia?" is a part of a monothematic issue of the journal Identities: Global Studies in Power and Culture. The issue brings a serie of articles by authors Michel Wieviorka, Nasar Meer a Tariq Modood, Jacques Barou, Dietmar Loch, Han Entzinger, Karin Borevi, Stefano Allievi a Tereza Kušniráková who seek to find an answer to a common question "What remains of the National Models of Integration". Monothematic issue discusses the situation in France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and the Czech Republic.

Michal Gärtner's and Dušan Drbohlav's new article "Acculturation of expatriate executive managers in Czechia"

March 29, 2013 - Michal Gärtner's and Dušan Drbohlav's new article in the journal Geografie-Prague "Acculturation of expatriate executive managers in Czechia". Available here >>>

Markéta Seidlová as an invited speaker at universities in Canada

26th October 2015 - Markéta Seidlová gave 10 lectures as an invited speaker at universities in Canada during the school year 2014/2015. Her lectures took place mainly in the province of Quebec and in the city of Montreal, which is – with 120 different nationalities living in it – one of the most cosmopolitan towns in the world.

New international research project “Forecasting migration between the EU, V4 and Eastern Europe: impact of visa abolition“

February 27, 2013 - A new international research project has been started. The project is called “Forecasting migration between the EU, V4 and Eastern Europe: impact of visa abolition“and has been realized in cooperation with fife research teams in Bratislava, Budapest, Kyiv, Minsk, Chisinau. The project is aimed at examination of migration patterns in Eastern European states bordering the EU (Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus) in the perspective of expected emigration to the EU (with particular emphasis on emigration to V4) after possible visa abolition. It focuses on qualitative and quantitative estimation of migration stocks of Eastern European states to the EU and V4 in the forthcoming 10 years.

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