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The Potential of Czech Immigration Policy
Mulhall, D. Kieran ; Raška, Francis (advisor) ; Haišmanová, Lucie (referee)
Univerzita Karlova, Fakulta sociálních věd / Smetanovo nábřeží 6, 110 01 Praha 1 info@fsv.cuni.cz, tel: 222 112 111 www.fsv.cuni.cz Dle čl. 4 Opatření rektora č. 6/2010 o Zpřístupnění elektronické databáze závěrečných prací http://www.cuni.cz/UK-3470.html a čl. 1 Opatření děkana 29/2010 se z časového hlediska závěrečné práce dělí do tří skupin: a. "nové práce", tj. práce odevzdávané k obhajobě počínaje 29. 9. 2010, b. "starší práce", tj. práce odevzdané k obhajobě od 1. 1. 2006 do 28. 9. 2010, c. "práce před rokem 2006", tj. práce odevzdané k obhajobě před 1. 1. 2006. V tomto případě jde o "starší práci" odevzdanou k obhajobě od 1. 1. 2006 do 28. 9. 2010. Omlouváme se, ale dokument není v elektronické verzi k dispozici.
Immigration policy and labor migration in the Russian Federation: the case of St. Petersburg
Mayorova, Natalia ; Haišmanová, Lucie (advisor) ; Romancov, Michael (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on the problem of legal and illegal labor migration in the Russian Federation, both at federal and local levels, namely in St. Petersburg. The thesis has two main objectives and firstly focuses on the federal level. There it attempts to map current migration trends in the Russian Federation with an emphasis on labor migration, its legislation and rights and the status of working migrants in Russian society. It examines the development of migration policy of the Russian Federation from the collapse of the Soviet Union to the present towards a particular group of people. The author of this thesis tries to analyze it critically and to evaluate the effectiveness and the adequacy of taken measures. In order to fulfill the first objective, some additional questions were put. An integral part of the thesis is an analysis of the integration policy of the Russian Federation vis-à-vis working migrants and problems faced by labor migrants on Russian territory. The second objective is to monitor development and current migration situation in the second largest city of the Russian Federation - St. Petersburg. This is a case study, where the emphasis is placed on labor migration and the way how the amendments to federal immigration laws affect the situation in the regions.
Asylum and immigration policy of European Union in perspective of selected EU countries: Case study of the Czech Republic and Greece
Štolcová, Kateřina ; Haišmanová, Lucie (advisor) ; Gelnarová, Jitka (referee)
Diplomová práce se věnuje analýze azylové a imigrační politiky České republiky a Řecka v kontextu nadnárodní, azylové a imigrační politiky EU, která slouží jako doplněk nadnárodních politik členských zemí. Posuzuje komplexnost daných politik v obou zemích: její vývoj a následné fungování, přičemž důraz je kladen na působení EU na vnitřních struktury obou těchto zemí. Analyzován je primárně vliv na jednání vlád, podobu legislativních zákonů a jejich novelizací a mechanismů pro začleňování cizinců do společnosti. Důraz je kladen primárně na analýzu případu České republiky, druhá vybraná země, Řecko je zvolena jako kontrastní případ země, která je dlouholetým členem EU a disponuje bohatou zkušeností s migračními toky. Práce proto usiluje o možnou komparaci těchto zemí s cílem zjistit, zda by Řecko mohlo být z těchto důvodů možným příkladem v řízení azylové a imigrační politiky. Jednání vlád jsou shrnuta do čtyř zvolených časových rámců: 1993-1996, 1996-2004, 2004-2007, 2007-2015. Práce je zasazena do teoretického rámce konceptu evropeizace a teorie ekonomické migrace, za pomocí kterých jsou vysvětlovány změny ve vnitřních strukturách v ČR a Řecku. Celkový časový rámec práce je ohraničen lety 1993-2015. Klíčová slova: migrační politika EU, Česká republika, Řecko, evropeizace, vláda, cizinci, integrace...
Muslim minority and its political participation in Czech Republic
Jelínková, Veronika ; Haišmanová, Lucie (advisor) ; Krausz Hladká, Malvína (referee)
This thesis deals with the topic of the Muslim minority in the Czech Republic and its political participation. In comparison to countries in Western Europe, the Muslim community in the Czech Republic is relatively small. The number of Muslim inhabitants is estimated to 20 000 an according to this number is also corresponding its political participation. The Muslims can be found in the traditional Czech parties in ČSSD and in ODS. This thesis, therefore, deals in the first part with the history and institutionalization of the community which first appeared during the First Czechoslovak Republic, continued during the period of Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia and then the re-establishing of the community after 1989. The second part of the thesis deals with the political Islam itself and the politically active Muslims in the Czech Republic. Furthermore the main approaches to political Islam according to the main Islamic philosophers of the 20th century will be introduced and a short state of professor Šilhavý will be demonstrated. The conclusion is devoted to a brief media analysis of how the Czech media pictured the Muslims and how the main Czech political parties speak about Muslims and Islam as well.
Media image of migration in the Czech media
Wiesnet, Renata ; Haišmanová, Lucie (advisor) ; Romancov, Michael (referee)
This thesis aims to prove or disprove the hypothesis that the media (Mlada fronta DNES and Lidové noviny), owned by a group of MAFRA, creates the media image of a migratory crisis consistent with the preview of the owner Andrej Babis. This thesis examines articles in the newspapers using quantitative content analysis on this topic appearing between March- December 2015. The theoretical section consists of two chapters; first dealing with the media image and the design of the media mechanism and second, introducing the terminology of migration and migration policy. The Thesis also includes the contextual information, capturing and describing the European migration crisis on the basis of these findings and constructed in the design research. The analytical part incorporates knowledge of quantitative analysis and research positions A. Babis. The conclusion answers the research questions that are for the purpose of writing this paper. This work is based on the relevance of the topic and the possible transformation of attitudes of political parties in the coming elections. Keywords: Media representation, migration crisis, refugees, MAFRA, Babiš, migration, media content analysis, ANO 2011, elections, news values
Tools of integration policy towards the 2nd generation of immigrants: Danish experience
Jeřábková, Anežka ; Haišmanová, Lucie (advisor) ; Kofroň, Jan (referee)
The primary aim of this bachelor thesis is to introduce an approach of Denmark to incorporation of descendants of immigrants from non-Western countries into society through the integration policy, and to further evaluate this policy. Concerning such matter, it should be established whether it is possible to transfer some of the Danish experience with the integration of second generation immigrants to the conditions and environment in the Czech Republic. Both countries are therefore initially compared, especially regarding their immigration history, current situation, government policies and structure of institutions dealing with immigration and integration. Then thesis further examines Danish integration policy for the descendants of immigrants, its basic objectives and means of implementation. Additionally, some of the tools that have been proven successful are described. In conclusion, it is possible to state that Denmark can serve as an inspiration for the whole integration process, rather than to use only some of its unique tools separately. For open and rigorous approach to the integration of children of immigrants, Denmark remains one of the leading countries in promoting intercultural dialogue throughout the society.
Impact of the Economic Crisis on Immigration Policy: Case Study of Great Britain
Hronová, Tereza Edita ; Haišmanová, Lucie (advisor) ; Kofroň, Jan (referee)
This thesis explores the impact of economic crisis on immigration policy in Great Britain. This thesis will start with the theoretical framework. Historical overview of British immigration policy will follow, together with its culmination into the current situation. At the same time, this thesis will focus on integration policy in Great Britain. Afterwards, this thesis will examine the current composition of the immigrant population living in Great Britain, also compared to other countries of the European Union. Chapter on public opinion will be included as well. The main body of this thesis follows the evolution of anti-immigrant rhetoric in times of the 2008-2009 financial crisis. Two traditional political parties of Britain will be observed, Labour and Conservatives, together with UKIP, infamous for its xenophobic statements. The result of this thesis is an evaluation of the effects of economic crisis on anti- immigration rhetoric as well as on realpolitik. This thesis confirms that in certain cases, economic crisis can intensify anti-immigration sentiments by creating conditions suitable for development of anti-immigration rhetoric. UKIP shrewdly took advantage of this fact and managed to attract significant portion of the 'left- behind' electorate. The real changes in British immigration...
Danish People's Party and its policy towards immigration
Weingartová, Michaela ; Haišmanová, Lucie (advisor) ; Poruba, Jan (referee)
Danish immigration and integration laws were after their enactment often criticised by international human rights organisations and we can consider this laws as one of the strictest in nowadays society. Big influence on application of these laws had a political party called Danish people's party. Danish people's party is defined as populist right-wing party since their foundation in 1995. The main focus of this paper is how Danish people's party influenced immigration policy in Denmark. Is necessary to consider even the history of immigration in Denmark, because the society used to be mostly homogenous. This changed in the second half of the 20th century and nowadays foreigners represent more than 10% of Danish society. This is one of the reasons why immigration and integration became very relevant topic. And because of number of issues and problems with integration of immigrants in Danish society anti-immigration attitude of Danish people's party gain support among Danes. This behaviour results in growing fear of immigrants in Danish society and it's especially visible in case of Muslims. In the other hand strict immigration and integration make members of minorities feel unwelcome in Denmark and unequal with Danish citizens.
Comparison of immigrant integration policies in Australia and New Zealand
Svetlíková, Monika ; Haišmanová, Lucie (advisor) ; Bernard Thompson Mikes, Antonin (referee)
The Master's thesis Comparison of immigrant integration policies in Australia and New Zealand aims to analyse and compare institutional framework and official state policies of Australia and New Zealand towards immigrants with focus on the post 1945 period. Second, it offers a comparison of the objectives of these policies versus the outcomes/practices. Last but not least, it looks at the policies of both Pacific countries in the context of the 'clash of multiculturalism' debates. It is divided into three major parts. The first one serves as an introduction of the topics and consists also of the clarification of the theoretical concepts utilized as well as it offer the explanation of the methodology. Second part includes the case studies of immigration Australia and New Zealand, respectively. The third and last part provides the comparison of both cases and additional findings and notes related to the topic. Keywords Immigration policies, integration policies, assimilation, multiculturalism, indigenous population, Australia, New Zealand
Comparison of immigrant integration policies in Czech Republic and Slovakia
Kabancová, Lenka ; Haišmanová, Lucie (advisor) ; Karlas, Jan (referee)
The thesis aims summarize political and legal framework of immigrant integration policies of Czech Republic and Slovakia. The main goal of thesis is to compare policies of these countries through comparative method and analyze what are their common characteristics and which features differ from each other. Attention is paid to influence of the European Union on development and form of integration policies of Czech and Slovak Republic, and on importance of international cooperation of these countries in this policy area. Thesis tries to confirm the hypothesis that integration policies of both compared countries are affected by regulations and documents adopted at the European Union level. Thesis consists of a theoretical part, analysis of integration policy of the European Union, analysis of integration policies of both countries and comparison of these policies. Analysis deals with development of these policies, legal framework, governmental and non-governmental institutions working in the field of immigrant integration and international cooperation of these countries within international organizations.

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