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The Activities of Nongovernmental Organizations in the Field of Preschool Education for Socially Disadvantaged and their Role in the Inclusion of Roma Children
Kozáková, Aneta ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Klípa, Ondřej (referee)
The diploma thesis combines the issue of the educational system in the Czech Republic with the issue of social exclusion that contributes to the tendency of the emergence of segregated schools in which Roma are often found. Another issues to combines with is civil society, both in terms of its organized form - non-profit organizations so from the point of view of its subjectively perceived component so-called civility. In the theoretical part are presented the knowledge from these areas needed to understand the problems and to place the research part in the context. The methodological part of the thesis monitors the activities of non-profit organizations dealing with pre-school preparation of children from socially disadvantaged environment, their relationships and cooperation with state institutions, their role in the education process and factors contributing to the fact that these children are to a great extent provided with pre-school education by civil society organizations. One of the research questions concerns the role of these non-profit organizations in the inclusion of Roma children in the elementary school system.
Civic Engagement of Women Who Shop Ethically
Vojteková, Zuzana ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Muhič Dizdarevič, Selma (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on ethical consumerism and its impact on the civic engagement of young women. Ethical consumerism, which includes, for example, boycott and buycott of products and services, is gaining momentum in the downfall of formal civic engagement. Citizens move to the market where they apply their ethical principles of noneconomic character. Their consumer choices are motivated by publicly beneficial motives. The theoretical part of the diploma thesis defines both civic society and its civic participation, and ethical consumerism. The theory of ethical consumerism addresses the definitions of basic concepts, the change in the political climate, which has allowed the expansion of ethical consumerism and the gender aspect of this phenomenon. The research focuses specifically on young women who live in Prague and regularly shop ethically, and their participation in civic engagement before and after becoming ethical consumers. From the data gathered, it was found out upon which products the informants exercised their ethical consumption, the representation of socio-economical, environmental and political motives and how they formally and informally engage in civil society. Choosing products is just like casting a vote. The consumer choice gives citizens a sense of who they are, it is...
Multicultural Topics in Youth Club Using Treshold Principles
Vladyková, Barbora ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (referee)
There are many aproaches to coexistence people from different culture, in the context of modern world. One of the aproaches is multicultural education. Significant attention has been given to multicultural education in school context, but only little attention has been given to multicultural education in context out of school environment. The aim of this work is presented view to field multicultural education in context out of school environment, specifically in youth club using the treshold principles. Main research method is semi-structure interviews with coordinators of youth club using the treshold priciples in Plzeňský and Karlovarský region, next method is document analysis.
Forms of 'empowerment' in the frame of the anti-discrimination agenda in Education
Felcmanová, Alena ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Bittnerová, Dana (referee) ; Straková, Jana (referee)
Forms of 'empowerment' in the frame of the anti-discrimination agenda in Education 'Empowerment' - or a state of emancipation, in which an individual is able to achieve their goals, fulfill their needs, and reach their potential despite the structural limitations - should be the result of education. Forms of empowerment include: the capacity of involved actors to make changes, and their ability to influence conditions and structures, in which they move. In my dissertation, I inspect the empowerment found in actors in Education, families, the public sector, schools and other governmental organizations. I conducted my research in the context of the integration of the so-called 'inclusive education' and the associated changes in the system of the Czech elementary education, in the period of spring 2013 until the end of 2017. The method of qualitative research I chose was the stakeholder analysis and in-depth interviews. I analyzed the gathered data from the point of view of the actors' goals and agendas, their experience with discrimination, their involvement in the inclusive education, their cooperation with each other, and last but not least, from the point of view of the power(lessness) and empowerment of the actors themselves describe it. I then link the concept of empowerment with the concept of...
Expert volunteering from the viewpoint the non-profit sector
Spáčilová, Petra ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (advisor) ; Moree, Dana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the intersectoral cooperation between the non- governmental organizations (NGO) and the expert volunteers from the market sector. In the theoretical part, the work is devoted to individual sectors of the economy with an emphasis on the market sector and the civil sector, the causes of intersectoral cooperation, the intersectoral cooperation models and the phenomena that the intersectoral cooperation can potentially bring about. The aim is to find out how this cooperation is perceived by NGO staff through the theoretical framework of professionalisation and commercialization of civil society organizations. Using a qualitatively oriented research, the thesis examines the intersectoral cooperation of a participants in the Vodafone Foundation Year Differently project.
The Theatre of the Oppressed as a way to the Empowerment
Pejřimovská, Hana ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to find out how the participants of the Theatre of the Oppressed become empowered and how they use these experiences from the Theatre in other spheres of life. The research is based on a qualitative method and semi-structured interviews with open coding. The sample consists of Roma and non-Roma respondents. The results show that the necessary prerequisites for empowerment include meetings and dialogues with others, games and interventions, sharing of experiences and active work against oppression. In other dimensions of life, we can see personal empowerment manifest itself by higher self-confidence, advanced communication skills and responsible citizenship. In the professional sphere empowerment is presented in a work with a group, in a current job or in an involvement in new projects. For a civil society to thrive it is important that people from the majority society meet and work together with members of the minority groups. It is also essential to promote civil competences and social capital, meet with strongly engaged activists, open discussions in the public sphere and support the principle of taking responsibility for one's life and the life of the community. Key words: Theatre of the Oppressed, empowerment, active work against oppression, Roma and non-Roma people,...
Cvic Engagement of Women in Disent with an Overlap to the Next Generation
Dohnalová, Tereza ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Muhič Dizdarevič, Selma (referee)
A subject of this diploma thesis is civic enegaement in a period of dissent, specifically in the period of 70's - 90's of twentieth century. The emhasis is on the female role in dissent and subseqent cross-over in next generation. Subjects of research are offsprings of dissidents and fighters with regime. The goal of this work is to find out an influance of subject's growth in activist family and to specify their attitude to civic engagement. In theoretical part, different view on civic engagement, the period of dissent and the role of women in dissent are presented. I also familiarise theoretical concept of values and attitudes and how they are transferred from genetarion to generation. The empirical part presents the results of the research and the findings, which were obtained by an interwies with respondents as a one of qualitative research methods. In resume of the thess the results are summarized achieved goals.
Factors contributing to Social Inclusion Education at Schools
Jandová, Helena ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Legnerová, Kateřina (referee)
ANOTATION This work deals with factors which contribute to social inclusion in education. Research is aimed at one of the basic schools, which has been selected according to the previously set criteria. In the theoretical part the most important concepts linked to social education have been discussed with respect to research question. The vital factors I focus on are school culture, which may consists of the right environment, norms and values or forms of communication and cooperation with the partners of the school, who I consider to be mainly the parents. Further on, I focus on the practices which the school sets to establish relations with the NGOs which provide assistance in order to support social inclusion at schools. With respect to the objectives of this thesis qualitative strategy has been selected. The research pattern was formed from three types of actors who have been somehow connected to school. The data collection was carried out via in-depth interviews with the actors chosen based on the snowball method. Each group has been then analysed separately with the aim to create the most important categories. In the final part the most vital discoveries from analysis are compared in order to draw inferences with connection to the research questions. Key words: social inclusion in education,...
Cooperation between the police of Czech republic and civil society organizations in preventing and dealing with domestic violence
Titzová, Radka ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Hrabětová, Jaroslava (referee)
Domestic violence represents a societal problem that needs to be tackled at all levels. In the prevention and subsequent resolution of these issues are involved many actors including the state security component, i.e. the Police of the Czech Republic, as well as the civil sector organizations. In practice, however, it is becoming more and more common that the work of police officers and organizations staff is very often linked within the framework of the monitored issue, which often requires some degree of cooperation between the two, in many ways different, actors. This diploma thesis is already working with the assumption that there is already some form of cooperation among the actors involved. The main aim of the work, however, is to find out what form this collaboration has. The uniqueness of the research, based on semi-structured interviews, consists mainly of the views of both parties, both representatives of the Police of Czech Republic and employees of civil society organizations which are dealing with domestic violence issues. Key words Domestic violence, cooperation, civil society organizations, Police of the Czech Republic, relations, civil sector, state sector, efficiency.
Civic engagement of parents in area of inclusive education
Míčková, Lenka ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (referee)
This work focuses on civic engagement of parents, especially in the field of inclusion in education. In my work I will deal with the civic engagement of parents in inclusive education and try to find out the ways in which parents engage in education. I will also deal here with the theoretical concepts that are related to my work, such as inclusion or civic engagement. I will focus my work primarily on the "parent for inclusion" alliance that parents created to support their and other children and their parents in regular schools. The Alliance will deal with both the theoretical and the practical aspects. The practical part of my work is qualitative, and as a method I chose interviews with members of the alliance. I found out how parents engaged and answered all my research questions. Key words: civic engagement, education, parents, inclusion, special educational needs

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