New publication of the RILSA

20.5.2020 Schebelle, Danica – Kubát, Jan – Hraba, Jan Studenti veřejných vysokých škol z třetích zemí studující v českém jazyce na území Hlavního města Prahy /Third country students studying in Czech language at the public higher education institutions in Prague Praha: RILSA, 2020. 109 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-362-3 (print); 978-80-7416-363-0 (pdf) The publication provides an insight into […]

New publication of the RILSA

6.5.2020 Hubíková, Olga – Havlíková, Jana Depistáž v sociální práci na obecních úřadech / Outreach in social work at municipal offices Praha: RILSA, 2020. 204 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-356-2 (print); 978-80-7416-369-2 (pdf) The study is focused on the outreach performance in social work at municipal offices. At the time of the study, the legislation in force obliges to […]

New publication of the RILSA

16.4.2020 Paloncyová, Jana – Barvíková, Jana – Höhne, Sylva – Kuchařová, Věra Neúplné rodiny /Incomplete families Prague: RILSA, 2019. 216 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-357-9 The monograph summarises current knowledge and provides new information on the lives of single parents in the Czech Republic. According to the results of the latest housing census (2011), one in four families […]

New publication of the RILSA

2.4.2020 Höhne, Sylva – Godarová, Jana – Jahoda, Robert – Kuchařová, Věra – Víšek, Petr Effect of child tax deduction and child allowance on socio-economic situation of families with dependent children and their reflection by parents Prague: RILSA, 2019. 166 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-353-1 Support for families with children through the tax-benefit system should be designed so […]

New publication of the RILSA

12.3.2020 Holub, Martin – Mertl, Jan – Millionová, Pavlína – Šlapák, Milan – Vostatek, Jaroslav – Víšek, Petr Typology of social benefits and developments in the insurance and non-insurance social security systems in terms of suitability and effectiveness Prague: RILSA, 2019. 226 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-355-5 The monograph is based on the division of social security benefits […]

New publication of the RILSA

20.2.2020 Kotíková, Jaromíra – Šťastnová, Pavlína Projekce absolventů škol: Výpočet a výsledky /The projection of graduates: Calculation and outcomes Prague: RILSA, 2019. 125 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-350-0 The projection of the number of graduates leaving for the labor market is part of the upcoming system of predicting labor market needs and its monitoring, which links the national […]

New publication of the RILSA

12.2.2020 Mertl, Jiří – Bareš, Pavel Social entrepreneurship in the Czech Republic: exploration of the (re)integration potential of social enterprises in marginalized persons with regard to those released from imprisonment Prague: RILSA, 2019. 57 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-347-0 The monograph presents the results of the research carried out within the project “The future of work and a […]

New publication of the RILSA

28.1.2020 Rákoczyová, Miroslava – Sirovátka, Tomáš – Šimíková, Ivana Assessment of the System of Social Inclusion Strategy Indicators of the Czech Republic for 2014-2020 Prague: RILSA – Research Centre in Brno, 2019. 71 pp. ISBN 978-80-7416-349-4 The project aimed at the complex assessment of the developments in the field of the Strategy of social inclusion 2014-2020, […]

New publication of the RILSA

15.1.2020 Paloncyová, Jana – Barvíková, Jana – Höhne, Sylva – Kuchařová, Věra – Nešporová, Olga Reconstituted families Prague: RILSA, 2019. 161 pp., ISBN 978-80-7416-345-6 The publication provides an insight into the functioning of so-called reconstituted families, i.e. families in which at least one child has one step-parent. Although such families are becoming increasingly common in society, […]

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 Prague: 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 […]