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Irregular work of migrant employees: sanctions and evidence
(Communication - Czech Republic - Multilingual) (Unofficial translation)

Begin 06/06/2013 - 14:00

End 06/06/2013 - 17:00

Venue Educational Institute Caritas Czech Republic, Máchova 7, Praha 2

Organiser Association for Integration and Migration, Organization for Aid to Refugees, Multicultural Center Prague

Website http://www.migrace.com/cs/clanky/726_nelegalni-prace-zahranicnich-zamestnancu-postihy-a-dukazy

The sanctioning of irregular work opens up a number of questions: How to prove a work relationship? To what extent should migrant workers be sanctioned for irregular work? How to sanction employers? What means should be used to reveal irregular work? The public debate will be focused on these and other questions, as well as on the current situation in the Czech Republic and Germany.

 

Moderator:

Martin Rozumek, director at Organization for Aid to Refugees

Guests: 

Norbert Grehl-Schmitt, project coordinator at Caritasverband für die Diezöse Osnabrück (Germany)

Barbara Weiser, lawyer at Caritasverband für die Diezöse Osnabrück (Germany)

Martina Vácová, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of the Czech Republic

Radek Kapoun, Regional Labour Inspectorate for Central Bohemian Region 

Milena Křivánková Beranová, Alien Police Directorate

Magda Faltová, Association for Integration and Migration

 

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The public debate is organized within the project “Migrant employees on the labour market” realized by the Association for Integration and Migration, Organization for Aid to Refugees, Multicultural Center Prague, in cooperation with international partners: Caritasverband für die Diezöse Osnabrück from Germany and Anti - Slavery International from the UK. 

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