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Integration from the child's perspective: Case study of children in the adaptation group for children of foreigners migrating from Ukraine
Bartoňová-Dobenínová, Julie Diane ; Jelínková, Marie (advisor) ; Dobiášová, Karolína (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on Ukrainian refugee children who came to the Czech Republic due to the war conflict in Ukraine and examines their perspective on integration into the Czech Republic. It discusses the obstacles these children face in integrating into the Czech environment, the position of Ukrainian refugee children in the issue of integration into the Czech Republic, why it is important to consider them as public policy actors, and the contribution of research with children. The theoretical concepts of migration and integration are the mainstays of the thesis, which is specified into the theoretical concept of social integration and its sub-aspects. Furthermore, the thesis uses the foreign model by Häkli and Kallio (2013), which posits the child as an agent in the political process. The practical part of the research includes findings from participant observation in an adaptation group in the non- profit organization Na zámečku Mother Centre in Nové Město nad Metují and is complemented by an interview with a child psychologist from Ukraine.
Migration into the Czech Republic: The 90's vs. present from the view of Canadian migrants
Bartoňová-Dobenínová, Julie Diane ; Angelovská, Olga (advisor) ; Jelínková, Marie (referee)
This bachelor thesis revolves around the issue of migration into the Czech Republic from the view of Canadian citizens. It focuses on two time periods, the 90's and the present which was for this study defined as the year 2016 till 2020. The aim of this thesis is to compare migration to the Czech Republic in the 90's and in the present with the concentration on certain differences of the migration process into the Czech Republic. This thesis is a comparison case study, which uses semi structured interviews, secondary data and legal documents for the analysis of individual migration cases into the Czech Republic in the given periods. The cases of the Canadian citizens migration are explained by the dual labor market theory and relative deprivation theory. This thesis shows the differences within the main problems that are connected to migration, conditions of entry into the Czech Republic and within the integration of immigrants into the Czech labor market. The contribution of this thesis is also the description of the current Czech migration policy which is based on the previous periodization from the Barša couple. The results of this thesis advert to liberality of the migration policy in the 90's and to the emphasis on migrant regulation in the current Czech migration policy.

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