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Family policy and social security in view of families with dependent children
Hobzová, Dana ; Koldinská, Kristina (advisor) ; Štefko, Martin (referee) ; Šimečková, Eva (referee)
Family policy and social security in view of families with dependent children Abstract The thesis focused on a part of a family policy dedicated to families with dependent children. In the Czech Republic there are the families with children in an age to 26 years. The thesis analyses a system of family policy and social security in the view of families with dependent children in the Czech Republic and in some of European countries. In total there are 19 countries there which were analysed (including a Czech system). The main emphasis was laid on an analysis of the system of social security of the families with dependent children in the Czech Republic in view of their financial support for a state and as well as of a social security of parents in view of labour law instruments helping to find a balance between a family and professional life. A significant part of the thesis is an analysis of the social security of the families with dependent children in four model groups of European countries, which were formed in a base of a typology of a welfare state created by a Danish sociologist and political scientist Gøsta Esping-Andersen. It wasn't possible to engraft this typology on states of an "eastern European" countries and for that reason was applied a theory of "families of nations" which was created by an...
Gender Reassignment from the Point of View of Social Law
Sklenářová, Hana ; Koldinská, Kristina (advisor) ; Munková, Gabriela (referee)
Gender Reassignment from the Point of View of Social Law Abstract This thesis deals with legislation regulating gender reassignment in the Czech Republic, specifically conditions which allow a person to undergo gender reassignment, like chirurgical procedures and sterilization. I compared Czech legislation with opinions expressed by the European Court of Human Rights. I determined whether Czech legislation is consistent with development in other European countries. I focused in more detail on the topic of people who undergone gender reassignment getting married and being forced to end their current marriage. I also concentrated on payment of medical bills and retirement age within social insurance. I would like to spread awareness of gender reassignment with this thesis, which is not very widespread in society. I would also like to compare Czech legislation with ECHR's opinion and find out whether Czech legislation is too obsolete. Czech legislation demands chirurgical procedures and sterilization for allowance of gender reassignment, which is in contrast with ECHR's case law and other European states' legislations. 31 of 39 states of The Council of Europe permit transgender people gender reassignment without previous chirurgical procedures or sterilization. The case law and society have changed in the last...
Integration of Foreigners in Czech Republic and Europe
Jirkal, Tomáš ; Koldinská, Kristina (advisor) ; Tomšej, Jakub (referee)
Integration of Foreigners in Czech Republic and Europe Abstract This thesis deals with the topic of social integration of foreigners in the context of the legal regulations of the Czech Republic and the European Union. The thesis aims to present the relevant legal norms and subject them to a thorough analysis, enabling the reader to understand the issue in its entirety. The thesis is divided into two main chapters: the social integration of foreigners according to EU legislation and the social integration of foreigners in the Czech Republic. The first chapter, devoted to the examined area within the framework of European legislation, initially focuses on Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, which provides EU citizens and their family members with the right to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States. This part is followed by a subsection that introduces the reader to social security coordination at the EU level and its basic principles. The first chapter concludes with EU legislation on the integration of third-country nationals. The second chapter is devoted to Czech national legislation. First, it introduces the reader to the residence permits that are decisive for determining the social integration instruments in question in the case of third-country...
House arrest and its execution
Novotná, Lucie ; Hulmáková, Jana (advisor) ; Koldinská, Kristina (referee)
The bachelor's thesis focuses on the issue of legal regulation of house arrest, especially its execution. The aim of the research of my bachelor thesis is to find out how important the institute of preliminary investigation is in the imposition of a house arrest sentence. Specifically, it is focused on the possibilities of using house arrest and electronic monitoring, conditions of sentencing, execution of a sentence and its associated regulation, postponement, interruption, change and waiver, on various forms of house arrest control and current problems in practice. These are the problems and disadvantages associated with the application of house arrest and an electronic monitoring system. I'am also describing the advantages of using a house arrest sentence and an electronic monitoring system. All this is evaluated from the perspective of the probation officer, in the context of legislation, methodological standards of the Probation and Mediation Service, criminological research findings and important international documents in this area.
Interpretation of the Labor Code in the Case law of the Supreme Court
Lemfeldová, Magdaléna ; Tomšej, Jakub (advisor) ; Koldinská, Kristina (referee)
Interpretation of the Labor Code in the Case law of the Supreme Court Abstract The content of this master's thesis is an analysis of selected Case law of the Supreme Court with a focus on Labor law. The work is divided into three parts. The first part briefly discusses the principles of interpretation of private law with the specification of Labor law. It also describes the position of the Supreme Court and the importance of Case Law. The limits of judicial completion of the law are also specified, as well as when completion starts to interfere with legal certainty. The second and crucial part is the analysis of the already mentioned Case law. It is presented in a general section on the methodology of work and the specification of criteria that were key to the selection of the case law. The author's hypothesis is expressed that the Supreme Court tends to interpret the terms of the Labor Code contra verba legis and impose obligations on the addressees of the law beyond the law, thus interfering with the legal certainty of participants in labor-related relations. The decisions of the Supreme Court in the case of file no. No. 2034 / 2019-313, file no. 21 Cdo 3521 / 2019, file no. 21 Cdo 3955/2018, file no. 21 Cdo 224/2013, file no. No. 21 Cdo 1276/2016, file no. No. 21 Cdo 5825/2016, file no. 21 Cdo 4394/2010,...
Social services and the role of non-governmental organizations in social security
Váňa, Marek ; Koldinská, Kristina (advisor) ; Hůrka, Petr (referee)
Social services are an important part of the system of social assistance. The object of social services is to help citizens in unfavourable social situations regarding their health, age, handicap or other serious grounds, if they can not solve their situation themselves. The services aim to maintain the highest possible quality and dignity for their clients. Social services provide meals, accommodation, assistance with bridging unfavourable social situations, care for people with a limited ability in the area of personal and home care, assistance with bringing up a children and also social counselling. The providing of social services was regulated by the social services act number 108/2006 Sb. This act shows actual trends that are similar in the whole Europe and brings a new approach to social services. Organization and control over this area of work belongs to the ministry of labour and social affairs in cooperation with regions and municipalities. This thesis focuses on the position of providers of social services after the adoption of the above social services act. The social services can be provided by for example organizations created by regional or local authorities, organisations such as citizen association, churches and citizens. The social services act put emphasis on the quality of social...
Chosen organizations of Czech Caritas and their activities in the field of foreign humanitarian assistance and development cooperation
Večeřová, Klára ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Koldinská, Kristina (referee)
(in English): The diploma thesis deals with the activities of Czech Caritas organizations in the field of humanitarian assistance and development cooperation abroad. The aim of the work is to explore the possibilities and limits of transferring and sharing "good practice". The work consists of a theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part is structured in three main chapters, which deal with humanitarian aid and development cooperation topics, describe the selected Czech Caritas organizations and define "good practice". The practical part consists of a descriptive research of the selected Czech Caritas organizations activities in the field of humanitarian assistance and development cooperation abroad executed between 2000 and 2016 and qualitative research of employee's approaches to mutual sharing of "good practice". Research questions are answered by combining questionnaire survey and interviews which are conducted with the help of the manual. The main results of this thesis is a summary table containing descriptions of activities in the field of humanitarian assistance and development cooperation abroad and presentation of employee's attitudes to "good practice" and its sharing.
New regulations on the coordination of social security in the EU - basic principles and coordination of sickness benefits
Janalík, Václav ; Koldinská, Kristina (advisor) ; Štefko, Martin (referee)
It has been almost one year since the new Regulations No 883/2004 and 987/2009 came into force on 1.5.2010. These regulations replaced the former Regulations No 1408/71 and 574/72, which had been laying down the rules for coordination of the national social security systems for almost 40 years. As the extent of issue is relatively huge I have focused only on some aspects of coordination. The first chapter concerns the general concept of coordination and the sources of coordination law. It also includes the detailed description of personal and material scope of regulations. One part of this chapter is dealing also with some of the new concepts included in the regulation. The second chapter describes the basic social security coordination principles, ie. the principle of equal treatment, the principle of single applicable legislation, the principle of exporting the benefits and the aggregation principle. In addition to these four basic principles mentioned above new rule for the assimilation of facts is described. This is in fact a new principle, previously applied only on the basis of case-law. The third chapter focuses on organizational aspect at both EU and national levels. There are lists of all relevant bodies included together with description of their roles and responsibilities. The fourth chapter...

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