Integration of immigrants – a policy framework to work with foreigners in the Czech Republic. immigration in ChehiyuVy thought about the future? Will take place only some 10-20 years, and historians and psychologists already begin to consider the current situation in the country as the Czech phenomenon. Gary Kelly shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. ” In just 20 years from a state in which the percentage of foreigners tends to zero (Slovaks in this case do not take into account), the Czech Republic into a country where immigrants are beginning to play a prominent role in society and influence on his life. Another seven years ago in Prague is not so easy to find shops that work after 06.07 pm. Just in the Czech Republic working day ends around four and after six whole business activity died away.
Phone call after 19.00 can be perceived differently, as the limit of faux pas. Today, almost every step possible to find small shops that are open 24 hours a day. Their owners have only recently learned the Czech language, came into the country from Vietnam, Yugoslavia, Russia or Ukraine. Such shops in Prague are popular not only among immigrants but also among the Czechs. A German and English language courses and schools made room, giving way to Spanish, Italian, French or Russian. Czech Republic is learning to live side by side with foreigners. Director of the International Organization for Immigration Lucius Sladkova noted that since independence in the Czech Republic became a live 13-fold More and more foreigners. According to the statistics to date in the Czech Republic, 4% fewer immigrants than the European average.