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Evaluation of selected low-threshold children and youth facilities
Marková, Anna ; Dragomirecká, Eva (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
(in English): This diploma thesis deals with the theme of low-threshold facilities for children and youth. The thesis is divided into a theoretical and empirical part. At the beginning of the theoretical work, work with risky youth, the theory of risky behavior and its individual types is approached. In detail, a low-threshold facility for children and young people is introduced, including legislative anchoring, principles, target group and individual working methods. At the end of the theoretical part is described system of social services assessment and current events in this area. The empirical part contains research methodology, research results and evaluation. The aim of the thesis is to compare the facilities of the capital city of Prague and the Central Bohemian region and to compare the ideas about the goals of work between the managers and their subordinates. A qualitative method was chosen for the research, when data collection was carried out using semi-structured interviews.
Influence of the social workers organisations on the legislative process
Bílá, Veronika ; Vojtíšek, Petr (advisor) ; Zajacová, Melanie (referee)
Vliv organizací sociálních pracovníků na vývoj legislativy Bílá This research investigates the influence of social work organizations on the legislative process. The goal is to describe the legislative process and find out if the organizations aim to influence it. And if that is the case, what approach they are using. The aim was to map their effort on two different laws; The laws I chose are the Social Service act and the Professional law. Conducting this research, one finding was that social work organizations attempted the influence of the legislative process in both cases. But, the amount of activity was based on the will of law makers induction of social work organizations into the law making process. The type of activity chosen to influence the process varied based on the stage of the process.
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 Impacts of Social Policies Enacted by Select Czech Governments on the Roma Minority
Majzel, Jakub ; Vojtíšek, Petr (advisor) ; Víšek, Petr (referee)
The Impacts of Social Politics Enacted by Select Czech Governments on the Roma Minority Annotation The diploma thesis deals with the topics of the social policy, namely education, employment and housing, focused on the Roma minority. Apart from these three topics, it also describes concepts related to Roma history, culture and population in the Czech Republic. The research contained in this thesis is focused on public law in these parts focused on the social inclusion of Roma that have been implemented since 2004.
Experiences with kinship foster care in the Usti region
Krčmářová, Michaela ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
(in English) The aim of this diploma thesis is to map and analyse psychosocial consequences of over-indebtedness and to emphasize on importace komplex solution considering to all aspect. In the introduction of theoretical part are defined professional terms. The other chapters are focused on history of over-indebtedness, the issue of over-indebtedness in the Czech Republic and several other European countries, the providers and the types of financial products, the conditions under which the debt arises, causes of over- indebtedness, the development phase of the debt, insolvency and related legislation. The theoretical part is also focused on dept issue in social work, specifically on providers social services for over-indebtedness people and social services for over-indebtedness people. Followed by a chapter focused on prevention over-indebtedness and chaptes focused on psychosocial consequences. To achieve an aim was used the qualitative research method, specifically questionnaire of half-structured interviews technique. Followed by case reports of respondents, interpretation and analysis of data, discussion and suggestions and recommendations.
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
Contemporary Social Context and Possibilities of Employing Older People in Social Enterprises
Holasová, Lenka ; Vojtíšek, Petr (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
(in English) The aim of this dissertation is to create an overview of elderly people employment in social businesses in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part describes a social entrepreneurship, defines it and gives its legal frame and examples of such businesses in Europe and in the Czech Republic. The category of the elderly is defined according to their characteristics and also according to the possible link to long term unemployment. The connection with the Age management is presented at the end of the theoretical part. The empirical part focuses on the overall situation of the elderly in social businesses and on factors possibly affecting their employment in this kind of businesses. It was found out in the research that the selected target group is one of those most at risk on the labour market. At the same time, this group is one of the least supported and monitored not only in the social businesses. However, persons 50+ may become a significant group on the labour market in the future. The final part of this thesis stresses out that it is vital to change our point of view on this target group and its support on the field of active labour market policy, but, above all, to make use of the opportunity to employ these people in social entrepreneurship which is described in this dissertation...
Social services for children with autism in Prague from their parent's point of view
Jůzová, Aneta ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
Bachelor thesis focuses on social services for children with ASD and their families. First theoretical chapter is about history of autism spectrum disorder. The next chapter is about the possibilities of support for families with children with ASD. The last chapter includes a detailed description of social services which families and their children can use with specific services in the capital city of Prague. In the practical part of my thesis I introduce qualitative research via personal interviews. These interviews are focused on local and financial availability of services and on general knowledge.
Awareness of high school students about visual impairmant and comunication to persons with visual disabilities
Veselá, Michaela ; Vojtíšek, Petr (advisor) ; Ježek, Václav (referee)
(in English): My bachelor's work deals with awareness of high school students about visual impairment and communication to person with visual disabilities. The aim of the thesis is to find out a degree of high school students awareness about visual impairment which are closely related to sympathy, acceptance and consequent way of knowledge of eye disorders for contemporary and future secondary school students and the young generation in our society. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical ones. The first part introduces readers into the issues about visual impairment, defines the elemental terminology, describes and classifies eye disorders, deals with the causes of disabilities and impacts about visual impairment, on personal and social sphere. The first part is also dedicated to the communication with individuals with eye handicap, using compensatory tools and rehabilitation of the visually impaired persons. The second, practical part researches the high school students awareness of the issues about visual impairment. It is focused on the students' knowledge of services area, communication and accompaniment and help to visually impaired people and using of compensatory tools. Onwards, the second part presents the high school students personal experience with visually...
Supported Employment as an Instrument of Social Inclusion
Makrlíková, Petra ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
The aim of my bachelor thesis ,,Supported Employment as an Instrument of Social Inclusion" is analyzing the service for people who want to search and keep a paid job in the open labour market. The target group of the service needs a professional support to find a job because of their disability or their social situation. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with principles, establishment and representation of the service Supported Employment in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part of the thesis also deals with issues of disability, mechanisms of integration into society, the right to work and be employed, issues of unemployment and tools of active labour market policy. The practical part is based on results by the author. The situation of people who use the service of Supported Employment and people who do not have experience with this service is compared.

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