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Education in crime prevention and social inclusion of youth

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Since January 2013, The Center for Public Policy is implementing the project focused on the Transfer of the Best Praxis in Work with Young People not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET), CZ.1.04/5.1.01/77.00361, is funded by the European Social Fund within the framework of Operational Program Human Resources and Employment and Czech State Budget.



Supporting Social and Emotional Development of Pre-school Children

Since January 2013, Center for Public Policy implements project funded by International Visegrad Fund. The project aims at transferring the know-how of innovative methodology supporting social and emotional development of children in early educational institutions of V4.

Project Partners:

Spoleczna Akademia Nauk (Academy of Management), Poland, Web

Roma Education Foundation, Hungary, Web

Nadácia Škola dokorán n.o. (Wide Open School Foundation), Slovakia, Web





In August 2012, Center for Public Policy has joined the Grundtvig Partnership Project funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of European Commission. The project aims at providing support for migrant parents and their children. The project partners: Colegiul Tehnic Metalurgic, Romania, Oswiatowies-Lodz sp.z.o.o., Poland,  Litausche Volksgemeinschaft in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Germany, Menedzmenta Holding, Latvia and Mersing Il Mili Eigitim Mudurlugu, Turkey.


International meeting of partners was organized in Prague, 13-14 of December, 2012. The meeting discussions focused on the consequences of migration in local communities and design of research methodology for qualitative interviews. The outcomes of meeting included interview protocol to be used when interviewing migrant parents in six partner countries and selection criteria for respondents.


Project Internet Page: http://mholdingprojects.wix.com/migrant-parents












Center for Public Policy has completed the implementation of project “Introduction of social intervention programmes to nursery schools”, in Vysočina and Olomouc regions. Both projects were financed from the European Social Fund within the framework of Operational Program Education for Competitiveness.

The main goal of the project was to support the social and emotional development of pre-school children at risk, as well as their social  integration. The project  aimed at preparation of innovative methodology including guidelines for the implementation of various activities for pre-school children. These activities  also involved parents in the pre-school education process.





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