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Mentoring in the Criminal Justice
Kaplanová, Šárka ; Válková, Helena (advisor) ; Hulmáková, Jana (referee)
(in English): KAPLANOVÁ, Šárka. Mentoring in the Criminal Justice. Prague: Faculty of Arts Charles University, 2014. 75 p. Master degrese thesis The aim of the Master's thesis is to introduce a mentoring service and create a comprehensive work about the principles, the benefits and the risks of mentoring. The main part is focused on the mentoring, its principles, benefits, and outlines the important area of dilemmas and risks. The secondl part is focused on the description of the research and the presentation of its results. In conclusion summarizes the results of the research and proposals for improvement of mentoring services and to carry out next research. The research method is the analysis of the questionnaire and content analysis. The research sample consists of clients which used mentoring services. Key words: Social control, restorative justice, reintegration, mentoring
Owning Sudan's disarmament, demobilization and reintegration process : between theory and practice
Mackuliaková, Kristína ; Střítecký, Vít (advisor) ; Ditrych, Ondřej (referee)
In a broader sense, this thesis examines the extent to which the international community decides on the application and shape of standard security templates in post-conflict environments. These standard templates are increasingly criticized for their inflexibility and inability to adapt to the actual conditions and needs on ground. In order to alleviate this criticism, as well as improve the success of these programs, the international community recently embraced the concept of national ownership. Whether it is a rhetorical concept and political tool and how its understanding differs between theory and reality are the main topics of this thesis. Specifically, the paper analyzes the concept of national ownership in the process of Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) of ex-combatants on the example of Sudan from 2003 until 2013. Sudanese DDR process has been defined as nationally owned, but nevertheless criticized for the blind following of international standards and overall inability to adapt to the context. The objective of the thesis was set out to establish what the interpretation of national ownership was in theory and compare it with the type of ownership that had taken place in practice. The main part of this study is the analysis of the control exercised by national and...
How a drogue ex-user see a period of his addiction
Hronková, Veronika ; Kubišová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
Subject: How a drogue ex-user see a period of his addiction. Abstract: The work focus on the actual situation of ex-users. These people were fighting with an addiction and now they are a part of the majority society. The qualitative research, inspired by a grounded theory, try to approach their point of view. What they think about their past and how do they see their relations with a family, friends and a vicinage. Not just in that period but nowadays as well. Relationships with home-folks are stigmatized by a degree of drug addiction. The smaller addiction the smaller losses. Once a drug user is falling down into the drug trap, the losses depend on how deep he will fall. On the bottom there are no friends, no family, just nothing. Some of the drug users do not fall to the bottom, they do their decision earlier. We call that decision a break point ( a moment when they decide to abstain). A break point comes individually and it is connected to an "interior border" of each person. Anyway, it is a moment, when an individual concerned decide to live a different way. It is a very intense moment and very fundamental for a abstinence success. We have used an interview to study not just this phenomenon. During the interview we tried to find out how a life looks with and without an addiction. Key words: addiction,...
Possibilities of Independence and Reintegration of Clients Using Long-term Transitional Housing for Homeless People - Focusing on Prague
Brabencová, Eva ; Kodymová, Pavla (advisor) ; Davidová, Ivana (referee)
Diploma thesis Possibilities of independence and reintegration of clients using long term transitional housing for homeless people - focusing on Prague deals with problem of barriers in a reintegration process of homeless people. It is a primarily unavailability of follow up affordable housing and non-existent system of social housing in the Czech republic. The consequence is long term remain in the transitional housing or in a hostel without possibility of full return to the society. This problem is not resolved neither providing social benefits for housing. Because often the people in need don't get them or the benefits are abused by the owners of the hostels. This metod of solving is very overpriced and unpromising for the future. The solution could be creating a system of the social housing, which would include a few levels of housing which would follow one another. The top would be an ordinary affordable housing. Integral parts of social housing are supporting social services which follow needs of each client. This diploma thesis introduces several projects which are closest to the social housing. The important part of these projects is cooperation with a local authority. There is essential interest of politicians of homelessness to support these activities and interact. For this reason the...
Problems of social integration persons after serving a prison sentence
Konstantinovičová, Věra ; Čabanová, Bohumila (advisor) ; Cejp, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis "The Problems of Social Integration after Serving a Prison Sentence"deals in theoretical part with theories of punishment and function and aim of prison sentence. In more detail attention is paid to serving a prison sentence especially programmes of treatment in theoretical part. The corrective function of imprisonment is not in the long term accomplished and there is necessity to improve the system of care for person released from prison. Thesis tries to show necessity of continuity and deepening penitentiary with post- penitentiary care. Opinions of prisoners on the life reality after release are noticed in research part of this work.
Dopady válečného konfliktu v Sýrii na úroveň migrace obyvatelstva
Zmitková, Adriána
This bachelor thesis describes and analyzes the start up process of conflict on the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic, changes in the level of migration caused by the conflict and final destinations of refugees. The thesis focuses on international organizations involved in humanitarian crisis resolution in each host country. Conclusion contains suggested solutions to the problems associated with inadequate living conditions of refugees.
Barriers to the emplyment of previous drug users and their employability in the labour market
Jakešová, Ivana ; Běláčková, Vendula (advisor) ; Pavlíček, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis deals with the reintegration of persons recovering from drug addiction and their return to the labour market. The reintegration model is chosen by social company, Café Therapy, one of the first social enterprises to focus specifically on the re-employment of individuals. The main goal of this work is to analyse how successful the company has been, in terms of social effectiveness and self-sufficiency and whether or not the funds invested return by way of the tax system. The objective is to evaluate the effectiveness of this particular social business. It also outlines the recommendations arising from the results of the findings. This work is mainly based on the theory of social exclusion, which can be defined as exclusion from social and economic way of life of society. Therefore, reintegration into society and the labour market is regarded as the main prerequisite to recovery. Concluding, attention is paid to active substance users and opportunities for clients to not only help themselves, but society as a whole.
The Issues of Employing Disadvantaged Groups on the Labour Market
Strnadová, Magdalena ; Stříteský, Marek (advisor) ; Cipra, Tomáš (referee)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the issue of the employment of disadvantaged groups on the labour market, primarily focusing on the employment of former prisoners on the Czech labour market. The first part of this paper discusses the importance of work in people's lives and the contribution work makes to a functional society, and defines the issues confronting that specific disadvantaged group. The second part is divided into two partial and one main objective. The two partial objectives are firstly to examine, based on analyses, the key aspects of the main problems facing former prisoners in the Czech Republic, and secondly to provide an overview of the support that such people can use to gain a foothold in the labour market. These are then followed by the main objective, which is to explore the main benefits and drawbacks of employing such people, perceived from their respective employer's point of view, and the standpoint of employers with regard to this disadvantaged group.

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