We’re introducing the website Prague for All which is primarily intended for migrants living in Prague. At the same time, it is a source of information for all inhabitants of the capital city of Prague, which is becoming more and more culturally diverse just like a number of other large European cities. Professionals working in the field of the integration of foreigners will also find important information here, including projects funded by the City of Prague and examples of good practice.
This website is available in several language versions – these are the languages that newcomers in Prague speak the most. It is designed as a reference point of the most important information and contacts for organisations, offices and their departments. The aim is to enable migrants to get as much information as possible about dealing with everyday situations and living in the city that has become their new home. The website also provides information about educational opportunities for foreigners, including Czech language courses, cultural events, and opportunities to participate in public life, so that they can get involved in life in the capital city and in the Czech Republic as soon and as best as possible.
The Division of National Minorities and Foreigners of the Prague City Hall had the website created in cooperation with other experts. The creation of the specialised website Prague for All was one of the objectives of the priority to spread awareness set out by the Policy for the Integration of Foreign Nationals in the City of Prague for 2014–2017.
We welcome any comments or ideas for changes to the current content of this website. If you would like to get in touch, please do so on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope that you find this website user-friendly and learn a lot of inspiring and useful information about life in Prague.
Team of the National Minorities and Foreigners Department
of the City of Prague