Discussion: “Current problems of migrant family reunification and the right to private and family life ”
Date of venue: 31st May 2016 at 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Place of venue: House of National Minorities, Prague, Vocelova 602/3, 120 00, Prague
Come and learn more about the issue of family reunification of migrants and the right to private and family life. Within the project “Equal opportunities for migrant women”, leading Czech experts will discuss current system problems and their possible solutions.
Speakers will include JUDr. Martin Rozumek , the Head of the Organization for Aid to Refugees (OPU), Petra Ezzeddine PhD., from the Department of General anthropology FHS UK Prague and SIMI Prague, Mgr. Klára Holíková, the Head of legal department of the Association for Integration and Migration and Kristýna Andrlová, a lawyer from UNHCR Prague, Czech Republic. At the end of the event, migrant women themselves will share their stories from their own perspective in order to provide more complex view on the issue.
Please note that the discussion and press conference, respectively, will be exclusively held in Czech.
Please kindly confirm your attendance by responding to this e-mail: beata.matheova(z)opu.cz
We look forward to your participation!
NOTE: This discussion is organized within the project Equal Opportunities for Migrant Women. The project aims to achieve equality for women migrants on the Czech labor market, in the family life, as well as in accessing health care. That is to say, the ultimate goal of the project is to enforce non-discrimination state policy towards migrant women
„The project has been supported by Open Society Fund Praha within the Dejme (že)nám šanci programme financed from the Norway Grants.“