The Consortium of Refugee Assisting Organizations was established in September 2010 within the three-year program of the Czech Helsinki Committee financed by an EIDHR (European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights) grant. When the project closed successfully in March 2003 the member organizations decided to register the Consortium as an independent legal personality. The Consortium maintained this form until the end of 2009 when, after a few months of inactivity, it changed its Articles and made a fresh start.
People in Need (Člověk v tísni) is a humanitarian organization which aims to provide help in distressed areas and to promote human rights.
European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) is a pan-European network of 69 refugee-assisting non-governmental organisations that promotes a humane and generous European asylum policy.
Refugee Facilities Administration (Správa uprchlických zařízení, SUZ) is in charge of all the reception and asylum centers where it provides all kinds of services (housing, food, education, psychological and social counseling), free-time activities included. Most of these services are also provided in detention facilities also ran by SUZ. Since 2009 SUZ has been providing its services in the Centers for integration of foreigners.
The Association for Integration and Migration (Sdružení pro integraci a migraci, SIMI) is the new name of the Counseling Center for Refugees after it merged with the Center for Migration Issues. With the name change the Association aims to emphasize its expanding activities and objectives. The Association remains focused on providing social and legal assistance to foreigners living in the Czech Republic.
InBaze Berkat is a charity focusing on resettlement services provided within community and social programs for migrants and the public. The programs run in the InBaze community center in Prague and in the community center Rakovice in South Bohemian Region.
SOZE is a non-governmental non-profit organization providing assistance to refugees and other foreigners coming to the Czech Republic.
IOM is an intergovernmental organization established in 1951. IOM is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society.
The Multicultural Center Prague is a charity interested in issues related to the coexistence of different cultures in the Czech Republic and abroad.
The Counseling and Information Center for Young Migrants (Poradenské a informační centrum pro mladé migranty, PIC) within the META charity provides educational services to young foreigners who wish to find a good job and resettle in the Czech Republic. META also assists tutors in their challenging task helping foreign students to adjust to the Czech educational system.
The Burma Center Prague is a non-governmental organization established in 2006 by Burmese living in the Czech Republic and by other supporters of Burma.
The South Moravian Regional Center for Integration of Foreigners project is financed from the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals and from the South Moravian Region budget. It was established within the framework of the “Foreign Nationals Integration Concept”, a governmental document defining the main objectives of integration policy.
CFME (CZ) is an e-learning and educational company developing new methods and focusing on effective use of modern technologies in education.
FoRS – Czech Forum for Development Cooperation – is a platform of Czech non-governmental non-profit organizations (NGOs) and other non-profit entities involved in development cooperation, development education and humanitarian assistance.
EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING CENTER FOR MUNICIPAL DISTRICTS PRAHA 1, 2 and 4