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Development of Czech Asylum Policy in the perspective of public policy theories
Vinařická, Anna Marie ; Dobiášová, Karolína (advisor) ; Kotrusová, Miriam (referee)
This thesis aims at the development of the Czech asylum policy from the year 2000 to the year 2016. Asylum policy is an area that isn't in the center of the public concern for most of the time and only few actors take part in this policy. However, we can say that currently, because of the events such as the refugee crisis, the asylum policy is becoming a very ongoing topic and plays a crucial role in the public discourse. For this and other reason, in this thesis I am researching the development of asylum policy, explanation and description of changes that have happened. The development of asylum policy in the period is analyzed first the terms of practical changes, that are caused by the legislative or important events. This consists of the identification of particular periods, as well as their characteristic features. The analysis is also made in the theoretical perspective: Punctuated Equilibrium Theory (PET) and frame theory are used. The PET is suitable for explaining changes in the policy process, that can possibly occur after long periods of stability. Framing is an important feature of the PET. For the purpose of this thesis, framing is also used as a method of analysis of the negotiations in the parliamentary debates that concern the legislative of the asylum policy. The frames that are used...
Analysis of the measures against right-wing extremism of state and non-govermental oragnizations in the Czech Republic
Vinařická, Anna Marie ; Cejp, Martin (advisor) ; Holas, Jakub (referee)
This thesis is dedicated to the defense of the country against right-wing extremism. The first part describes the theoretical background, which is Karl Loewenstein's Militant democracy and its critics at the same time. Also it gives a definition of extremism, which is known to be a problematic concept. The development of Czech right-wing extremist scene is described briefly. The first part of the analytical section explores Czech legislation on the ground of Militant democracy criterions. The main point of this thesis is the analysis of concrete measures against right-wing extremism based on an expert survey. These measures come from both government and non-governmental organizations. This way the analysis reflects both dimensions theoretical basis - Militant democracy and its critics, that emphasize the efficient function of the nongovernmental sector. The measures are evaluated by their efficiency and furthermore analyzed by their pros and cons. The main goal of this thesis is to evaluate the measures and select the most effective ones.

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