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Factors hampering the Integration of Refugee Children
Asfour, Sarah ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
U N I V E R Z I T A K A R L O V A FILOZOFICKÁ FAKULTA Sociální politika a sociální práce Katedra sociální práce Diplomová práce Master Thesis Bc. Sarah Asfour Factors hampering the integration of Refugee Children Faktory ztěžující integraci uprchlických dětí Vedoucí práce: doc. PhDr. Oldřich Matoušek 2018 ABSTRACT The main aim of this thesis is to describe the factors that hamper the integration of Refugee Children into a new society. Factors that are mentioned in relation to integration are connected with an education gap, unfamiliarity with the language spoken in a new society, a bad economic situation of a family and its consequences and unstable or inappropriate housing. Social economic factors are also mentioned in the thesis. Child Labour closely linked to family conditions are discuess together with the worst form of it: child requitment into army. Refugee children coming from various backgrounds also may face many psychologically challenging situations when forcefully or willingly leaving their home country and other significant situations connected to their refugee status. In this thesis, I discuss psychological distresses that influence children's mental state due to war experience, migration experience, extended stays in refugee camps or post-migration stressors. In this thesis the situation of...
The significance of profession of an intercultural worker for social work in the Czech Republic: with focus on providing services for migrants in non-governmental non-profit organizations in Prague
Vávrová, Lucie ; Vodáčková, Daniela (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
in English The bachelor thesis deals with the importance of the profession of intercultural work for social work, with a specific focus on providing services to migrants, who are looking for help in non- state non-profit organizations in Prague. It describes the origins, approaches, resources and characteristics of the newly established profession, thus distinguishing intercultural work, but also interconnecting with social work. It also seeks to find out why migrants come to the Czech Republic, identifies differences in their motivation to migrate and points out the needs of this. These findings attempt to clarify the importance of intercultural work in the Czech Republic. The practical part consists of a questionnaire survey carried out among clients of the Arabic and Russian-speaking communities from the non-governmental non-profit organization Integrační centrum Praha, o.p.s. and intercultural workers from Integrační centrum Praha, o.p.s. and InBáze, z.s. Research presents comparisons of the views of intercultural workers themselves and their clients on the way and the use of services provided.
Social work with traumatised children
Pachlová, Alena ; Hartošová, Tereza (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
(in English): The bachelor thesis deals with special techniques of communication with traumatized child in social work. The main purpose of the thesis is to find out whether social workers use special techniques of communication when they are working with children.The first part of the thesis is focused on theoretical background and interviews with children within social work. At the end of the theoretical part are selected some of the best known techniques which were used in interview.The second part is focused on the research, which was realized by qualitative method, there is a purpose which is divided into two partial aims. One of them is focused on social work's education and the second one is about particular view of usage of special techniques.
Evaluation of zootherapy by the client of the center of educational care
Brhel, Robin ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Kodymová, Pavla (referee)
(in English): This bachelor thesis deals with evaluation of zootherapy by the client of the center of educational care. The work includes a description of therapy (with the help of animals) which takes place in the educational centres in the Czech Republic. This thesis deals with the proces of therapy itself, outlines the work with a problematic groups of young people and last but not least, it deals with the perception and experience of a client during therapy. Moreover, there is quantitative research which was conducted in the form of a survey.
Comparison of specialist's cooperation during divorces in selected European countries
Mýlová, Kristýna ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Hulmáková, Jana (referee)
Due to the trend of still high rate of divorce cooperation between professionals offers possible tools which can lead to a more efficient and accelerated divorce process. This diploma thesis deals with the cooperation of interested professionals in divorce proceedings in selected European countries (German Cochem practise, practice from the United Kingdom and Slovakia). The theoretical part characterizes the current situation of the family, the role of professionals in our country and deals with the effects of divorce on children. The empirical part describes using qualitative research, method of documentary analysis and based on established criteria comparison of guardianship practices in the mentioned countries. This diploma thesis brings a view of the cooperation of interested professionals from abroad and points out the ways of cooperation, which can bring positive changes to the process of guardianship, which will lead to a de-sparring of the dispute. This will falicitate traumatized children, their parents and busy professionals.
Needs Analysis of the Management in the Counselling Centre for Citizenship/Civil and Human Rights
Břízová, Tereza ; Vojtíšek, Petr (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
I ABSTRACT The thesis deals with analysis of the needs of intermediate management of non- governmental organization Counselling Centre for Citizenship/Civil and Human Rights, whose main activity is providing social prevention service in the Czech Republic. The main object of the thesis is to identify the needs of intermediate management and to settle mechanisms which could help the organization to improve more. The methods used for obtaining relevant data were SWOT analysis, marketing mix and cost-benefit analysis. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with basic terms related to non-governmental organizations with a focus to the Counselling Centre for Citizenship/Civil and Human Rights. The thesis furthermore identifies the needs of intermediate management, which are visible in need of better internal and especially external communication, where a PR specialist or PR agency should be of help to the organization. Keywords: analysis, management, non-governmental organization, external communication, PR
The comparison of azyl homes in terms of the perception and response to the needs of children - Shelters for mothers and children in Prague
Šimková, Karolína ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Froňková, Veronika (referee)
The bachelor thesis is dealing with the needs of children, how shelters recognize them, and how they eventually react to those needs. Although shelters are mainly meant for mothers and their children, from the perspective of a social worker is the mother usually the client. It follows therefore that the needs of children are often shifted to the background and those of the mother are given the priority. However, the situation that led the mother to seek the shelter does not only affect the mother alone. The child is also influenced in every way and is aware whether the mother gives the child the needed care. It can happen that the physical and psychological needs of the child are not fully met because of the difficult situation they are in. The theoretical part of the thesis concentrates on the needs of children, shelters and their functioning in neighbouring countries, the different situations that can force women to seek the service of shelters etc. The practical part of the thesis shows that shelters are protecting not only the mothers, but also their children. By reinforcing the mother's competences shelters can help to fulfil the needs of children to a greater extent. For my practical part of the thesis, I chose to conduct qualitative research consisting of a questionnaire with open questions....
Meaning of social rehabilitation for clients in home care after limb amputation
Bartůňková, Petra ; Kodymová, Pavla (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the topic of clients after lower limb/s amputation and their social rehabilitation afterwards in home care. Beginning of thesis describes the current situation and the concept of social rehabilitation as one of the comprehensive rehabilitation process of people in early post-amputation stage. Next section of thesis shows difficulties that occurs after amputation and impact upon personal life that is materially changed. Describing the process of coping with this unpleasant health change is based on traditional model of two important people in this field Mr. Kübler-Ross and Mr. Křivohlavý. At the same time, analysis of the formal support system in Ústí nad Labem is being evaluated. This system provides support not only to disabled people but also to people who take infromal care of the one injured. Informal care plays significant role in the process of social rehabilitation of people starting new life stage due to physical change. In thesis are mentioned possibilities of developing skills of informal caregivers, usage of financial benefits for disabled people and possible providers support of medical and social services in a given location. However, it also focuses on possible troubles associated with care provided by family members or other persons. At the same time,...
Family group konferences as to tool to encourage family functioning.
Kratochvílová, Jana ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
The thesis deals with the concept of family conferences, which are a support tool for the functioning of families. The paper' s objective is to present information about the character, implementation and difficulties of the practice of family conferences. The text is divided into a theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part focuses on the topic of family, its functioning and possibilities of its support within the Czech system of social care. Furthermore, it provides information about the benefits and the process of family conferences. The research part presents and evaluates the research of documents presenting the reasons for the implementation of family conferences, its impact and development in New Zealand, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic. The research part includes qualitative research carried out in the form of an interview. It provides information about some problem-solving processes in the families. The research findings suggest that we can benefit from experience from other countries during the implementation of family conferences in the Czech Republic and that the families involved in the research are inclined to solving complex situations by their own efforts. Key words: family, vulnerable family, family group conferences, empowerment, support

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