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Case Study of Responsible Together Campaign
Nováková, Lucie ; Pavlík, Petr (advisor) ; Moree, Dana (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyze a media campaign called Responsible Together, which is focused on decrease of violence against women. Campaign Responsible Together is created by non-profit organizations that are part of civil society. This thesis brings a description of the creative process of the campaign, it's target group, and communication mix. One part of this thesis also introduces the specifics of marketing in the non-profit field. A case study was selected as a research design because it allows combining more than one method of collecting data. These methods were document analysis, analysis of graphics, and participatory observation.
Local Action Group Aktivios and its influence on the development of education in the region through action planning
Duspívová Hlávková, Petra ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Muhič Dizdarevič, Selma (referee)
Bc. et Bc. Petra Duspívová Hlávková Místní akční skupina Aktivios a její vliv na rozvoj vzdělávání v regionu prostřednictvím akčního plánování Diplomová práce Abstrakt This thesis is focused on the possible influence of citizens on the development of education in the Blovicko and Přešticko regions through action planning. Citizens in the area can participate in the Local Action Plan for the Development of Education, which is implemented by the Local Action Group Aktivios and participate in processes focused on improving the quality of education. The starting points of the work are theoretical concepts of civic participation and social capital, in the context of which the project Local Action Plan for the Development of Education is presented. In the research part of the thesis are presented data from interviews, there are presented questions how the involved citizens perceive the possibilities of civic participation, what they want to influence by their involvement and how are social ties and networks important for their work in the project. At the end are presented answers to the research questions and the theory with respect to the research results.
Effectiveness of NGOs in the field of integration and discrimination against foreigners
Volkova, Alexandra ; Valeš, František (advisor) ; Moree, Dana (referee)
This thesis "Effectiveness of NGOs in the field of integration and discrimination against foreigners" is dedicated to the service efficiency of NGOs on issues of integration and discrimination against foreigners. The main goal of the work is to find answers to questions important for understanding the issue during the research. Another aim of the research is to determine whether it conforms to offer integration services of NGOs declared needs of users-foreigners. The thesis deals with the services offered by NGOs, the use of these services by foreigners, the relevance of similar services and how versatile such organizations could and should operate. It examined the rate of participation and assist NGOs in addressing discrimination and integration of foreigners and efficiency of their services. The benefit of this work are recommendations for NGOs, which could increase the efficiency and effectiveness of services in the field of integration and discrimination against foreigners. The recommendation is based on in-depth interviews with clients and a questionnaire survey of NGO employees.
Engaged Art in Prague's Public Space after 2000 from the Perspective of Participants
Knoblochová, Dominika ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Dohnalová, Marie (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on engaged art in the Prague public space after 2000. The theoretical part deals with the characteristics of engaged art and artivism and places them in the context of civil society. It describes the participants dealing with engaged art in Prague after 2000, the topics of the participant's interventions and the tactics they use for their implementation. The empirical part offers, based on biographical research and ethnography, an perspective of the participants. It describes their motivations leading to the creation of interventions, their relationship to public space and to the audience. Work deals with the goals of their activities and focuses on their own concept of success. Last but not least, the thesis is focused on the political orientation of the participants. The thesis thus provides a comprehensive view of contemporary engaged art and pursues on its important role in our society.
Young volunteer's perception of volunteering and their experiences with peer reactions to volunteering
Stolínová, Barbora ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (advisor) ; Moree, Dana (referee)
Young volunteer's perception of volunteering and their experiences with peer reactions to volunteering Bc. Barbora Stolínová Abstract Peer influence is usually studied in the field of negative behavior. This thesis handles the topic of influence of peers and their reaction to prosocial behavior and volunteering as one of its manifestations. In the first part of thesis a search of research from foreign countries was performed. Focus groups and semi-structured interviews were conducted in the second empirical part of this research. The aim was to find out how volunteers perceive their volunteering within their social environment, which reaction of their peers they experience and how they deal with them. Target group for this research were young volunteers in the age from 15 to 25 from environmental non-profit organizations. Findings from the empirical analysis of the focus group and interviews can be used for work with volunteers in organizations, so there are recommendations for volunteer coordinators in the final part of the thesis. Key words Volunteering, volunteer, youth, young people, peers, peer reactions, non-profit organization
Local Action Group Aktivios and its influence on the development of education in the region through action planning
Duspívová Hlávková, Petra ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Muhič Dizdarevič, Selma (referee)
This thesis is focused on the possible influence of citizens on the development of education in the Blovicko and Přešticko regions through action planning. Citizens in the area can participate in the Local Action Plan for the Development of Education, which is implemented by the Local Action Group Aktivios and participate in processes focused on improving the quality of education. The starting points of the work are theoretical concepts of civic participation and social capital, in the context of which the project Local Action Plan for the Development of Education is presented. In the research part of the thesis are presented data from interviews, there are discussed questions how the involved citizens perceive the possibilities of civic participation, what they want to influence by their involvement and how are social ties and networks important for their work in the project. At the end are presented answers to the research questions and the theory with respect to the research results.
Cooperation of non-governmental organisations and the Department of social and legal protection of children in Usti nad Labem and near surroundings
Murgová, Markéta ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Deverová, Lenka (referee)
Main target of this master thesis is to determine ways of cooperation between Office for Social and Legal Protection of Children and nonprofit non-governmental organisations (NGOs) active in the same professional area in Ústí nad Labem and its surroundings. The paper introduces a case study aiming for deeper understanding of views and attitudes of workers from both institutions, their interconnectedness and interaction, identifying shortcomings and suggesting areas with potential of improvement. The theoretical framework consists of different typologies of government - NGOs relations, which are then applied to the context of the chosen location that represents a town with many socially excluded areas and other negative phenomena. This results in a specifically divided society and tense atmosphere in which both institutions operate as representatives of government and civil society.
Reflexive style of volunteering at organization focused on integration of foreigners
Taraskina, Vilena ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (advisor) ; Moree, Dana (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the study of the world of reflexive volunteers and their retention in a selected non-profit organization. The theoretical part provides an overview of the motivations for volunteering and the current functioning of volunteering in the Czech Republic and the European Union; it also focuses on transforming the way volunteers are involved from the perspective of modernization and describes in detail the process of volunteer management. The empirical part consists of interviews with ten volunteers in a selected organization in order to understand its motivations, length and intensity of work, relationships with other volunteers and employees. Finally, practical recommendations for the volunteer coordinator are presented regarding selected aspects of volunteer management, with special emphasis on the retention of volunteers. Keywords Collective and reflexive styles of volunteering, traditional, modern, volunteer management , volunteer retention.
Development of support for integration of migrants within non-governmental non-profit organizations between 1989 and 2004
Kývalová, Eliška ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Benyovszky, Selma (referee)
The integration of migrants into society and the role of non-governmental non-profit organizations in this process is a highly discussed topic. This diploma thesis deals with the development of support for integration of migrants by these organizations in order to describe and analyze their activities. The thesis focuses on the specific period from November 1989 to the beginning of the year 2004 (before the Czech Republic joined the European Union). This period is characterized by gradually creating integration and migration policies of the state, which had to respond to the first arrival of migrants (refugees) to the Czech lands. For the purposes of the research of the diploma thesis, individual projects of non-governmental non- profit organizations were examined with the aim of finding out the topics and target groups they were dealing with, but also who and how supported them in order to trace certain development trends in defined years. Key words: integration, migrant, non-governmental non-profit organizations, integration and migration policies

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