Up-to-date information and recommendations on coronavirus

The Czech government has declared a state of emergency effective from 12th March 2020. We keep updating all information regarding this situation and information specifically related to foreign nationals. Follow the News section on our website and the Facebook page of Prague for All!

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Important links about coronavirus in various languages

 

 

We are pleased to introduce our new website, which is primarily intended for migrants living in Prague. At the same time, this website provides useful information for all residents of the capital of Prague, which is becoming more and more culturally diverse, just like a number of other European cities.

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Upcoming events

ATTENTION: CANCELLED! Seminar on Employee Cards and Changes in Employing Migrants (24th March from 6 p.m.)

This event has been cancelled in connection with the spread of the COVID-19 disease. If it is rescheduled to another date, we will let you know. The Association for Integration…

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Seminar on Filling in Your Tax Return

The community centre of the Organization for Aid to Refugees (OPU) invites all foreigners to an afternoon seminar on tax return. The seminar will be led by experienced economist Iva…

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Education Seminar on Work Contracts

photo: OPU’s Facebook The Community Centre of the Organization for Aid to Refugees (OPU) invites all foreigners who reside in Prague to a seminar on employment in a legal context….

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Enrollment in the Czech language courses

How to apply for the autumn semester 2020? Enrollment in the new Czech language courses…

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Counselling Centre for Prague Entrepreneurs

Do you need advice associated with COVID-19? Would you like to ask anything, make a…

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Information on Pregnancy, Birth, and Child Care

The Association for Integration and Migration (SIMI) in cooperation with the Czech Female Lobby have…

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Travelling to the Czech Republic

A ‘traffic lights system’ has been introduced to divide EU countries into three categories based…

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