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Free of Charge Interpreting and Assistance at the Prague City Hall

With the support of the Capital City of Prague, Integration Centre Prague o.p.s. offers foreigners free of charge interpreting and assistance of an intercultural worker who is now available at the City Hall Škodův palác building on a regular basis: every Monday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., in office no. 115, National Minorities and Foreigners Department. Of course, you can arrange for assistance at other time and on other days on agreement. The intercultural worker’s services are provided in Czech, English, Russian, and Chinese languages.

Contact info:

Mgr. Vera Bárász

phone: 776 693 272

email: eng@icpraha.com


Available at the Prague City Hall:

where: Prague City Hall, Škodův palácJungmannova 335/29, 1st floor, office 115

when: MONDAY 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

(National Minorities and Foreigners Department)

On other weekdays, appointments can be arranged on agreement.
Intercultural work is intended for overcoming language and socio-cultural barriers during communication between foreigners and officials at different authorities and other institutions. On the one hand, it facilitates the officials’ work, on the other hand, it helps foreigners handle various life situations. The Integration Centre’s team of intercultural workers also offers these services for Vietnamese, Ukrainian, and Arabic-speaking clients. You can find contact information for all the intercultural workers here. There are other organisations offering services of intercultural workers in Prague as well – you can find the complete list here. Prague’s long-term goal is to make people from foreign countries feel welcome in the Capital City, so that the motto of the abovementioned website could hold true, i.e. that Prague really is a metropolis for all.

In which situations can you use the services of an intercultural worker?

  • Interpreting during communication between foreigners and workers in different institutions.
  • Assisting foreigners with filling out forms.
  • Providing short translations for workers of institutions.
  • Accompanying foreigners to other public institutions.
  • Assisting foreigners with orientation in the Czech society, providing basic counselling and explaining how the Czech institutional system works.
  • Arranging contacts for other related services (legal and social counselling at Integration Centre Prague; other public institutions; non-profit organisations if needed).