New publication of the RILSA

13.11.2019 Kuchařová, Věra – Höhne, Sylva – Nešporová, Olga – Paloncyová, Jana Rodiny se třemi a více dětmi / Families with three or more children Praha: RILSA, 2019. 149 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-344-9 The aim of the publication is to provide an assessment of currently available data and to provide new information on multi-child families which, despite […]

New publication of the RILSA

23.10.2019 Attractiveness of the discipline of social work for students of secondary, tertiary professional schools and universities Many fields of study offered by college of higher education and university degree programmes have faced a gradual decline in the number of study applicants over the last decade. According to analysis conducted by the Association of Educators in […]

New publication of the RILSA

10.7.2019 Vlach, Jan – Kotíková, Jaromíra Labour market after crisis Praha: RILSA, 2019. 47 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-342-5 Due to the aging population, the number of people in the productive age is decreasing. During the recession (2008-13), the companies did not face labour shortages. Cheap labour has enabled companies installed in the Czech Republic to survive the crisis. […]

Visit of the representatives of the Korea Labour Institute and South Korean social partners in the RILSA.

17.5.2019 On May 16 th, the RILSA was visited by the South Korean delegation of 40 social partners and representatives of the Korea Labour Institute (https://www.kli.re.kr/kli_eng/index.do). In the centre of attention of the South Korea’s visitors were industrial relations, the labour market situation and demographic development in the Czech Republic. The members of the Social Dialogue […]

New publication of the RILSA

17.4.2019 Rákoczyová, M., Kotrusová, M., Horák, P., Kubát, J., Marešová, H., Schebelle, D., Táborská, M., Trbola, R., Váňová, J. Implementation of selected programmes of active employment policy and evaluation of their efficiency and effectiveness by the perspective of of the Czech Labor Office employeesin 2017: Partial Study I. Praha: RILSA, 2019. 85 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-338-8 This study […]

New publication of the RILSA

29.3.2019 Schebelle Danica – Kubát, Jan – Bareš, Pavel Praha: RILSA, 2018. 109 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-322-7 The main objective of the monograph processed within the project funded by the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic was to map out the specifics of the process of integration of minors of Third Country Nationals (TCNs) in selected […]

New publication of the RILSA

6.2.2019 Havlíková, Jana Social work in primary schools and in educational counselling facilities: the analysis of the current situation in the Czech Republic Praha: RILSA – Research Centre in Brno, 2018. 107 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-332-6 In the Czech Republic, similar to Slovakia, school social work has been rather on the edge of the attention of academics […]

New forms of employment in the Czech Republic

6.2.2019 Kyzlinková, Renata – Pojer, Petr – Veverková , Soňa New forms of employment in the Czech Republic Praha: RILSA, 2018. 102 pp. – ISBN 978-80-7416-335-7 The study was compiled as part of the international VP 2017/004/0083 The Adaptation of Industrial Relations to new Forms of Work project supported by the European Union. The study describes developments […]

New publication of the RILSA

16.1.2019 Hora, Ondřej – Suchanec, Miroslav – Horáková, Markéta – Rákoczyová, Miroslava – Sirovátka, Tomáš Assessment of the short-term and medium-term impacts of selected ALM programs implemented in 2014 with an emphasis on the situation of the long-term unemployed Praha: RILSA, 2018. 151 pp. – ISBN 978-80-7416-336-4 In this study, we assessed chosen measures of active […]

New publication of the RILSA

9.1.2019 Havlíková, Jana et al.. Professionalization of social work in public administration and social services: the role of the entrance education and the further education Praha: RILSA, 2018. 126 pp. – ISBN 978-80-7416-328-9 The study provides an analysis of the views of the direct managers of social workers employed in the social services sector, municipal offices […]