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  • “Stop Social Reform” vs. Czech xenophobic social policy

    “Stop Social Reform” vs. Czech xenophobic social policy

    By the end of 2011 and during the start of 2012, many measures known as “social reform” began to apply here in the Czech Republic. While it may not be immediately obvious, these reforms are introducing several completely new elements into the Czech environment that are fundamentally changing the active employment policy system and the […]

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  • Mandatory Community Service Programme in the Czech Republic

    Mandatory Community Service Programme in the Czech Republic

    Mandatory Community Service Programme in the Czech Republic   The new form of ‘mandatory community service’ enables public authorities to include in the programme job applicants who have been in the employment offices’ records for mere two months and have a  rightful claim to benefits. Should an applicant reject the community service, he or she […]

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  • About The “Stop the Social Reform” campaign

    About The “Stop the Social Reform” campaign

    The “Stop the Social Reform” campaign of the Initiative ProAlt discloses what minister Drábek and the entire ruling coalition prefer to remain silent about. By that we mean actual, often negative impacts on people in the Czech Republic. Public mandatory work does in no way help the unemployed in seeking a way back to the […]

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