Entered keyword "care" yielded 7 results.
The general objective of theProject is to promote development strategies and practices to improving the quality of life of vulnerable groups,with a strategic focus on elderly and people with disabilities, in urban areas in Central Europe.
Project duration: 2011 - 2014
The project examines the changing understanding of the responsibility for care and the impact this has on the current configurations of elderly care in the Czech Republic. It aims to analyse the forms and implications of monetary transfers at the intersection of formal and inform...
Project duration: 2015 - 2017
The aim of the project is creation of certified methodology of diversity management and reconciliation of work and private life in the workplace, which will be usable directly by employers and organizations. This is an innovative interconnection of methods of sociological researc...
Project duration: 2014 - 2015
Aim of the project is to develop conceptualisation of transnational families in Czech sociology and apply in research of work–life reconciliation strategies of third country nationals and their families living in the Czech Republic. In the analysis, we focus on the largest migra...
Project duration: 2017 - 2019
The project will study parental desires and intentions among LGB individuals from a non-heteronormative standpoint, an under-researched topic in the Czech Republic. A mix of quantitative and qualitative methods will help us explain the factors influencing their variability, how t...
Project duration: 2018 - 2020
Demographic transformations currently taking place in European societies, including the Czech Republic, lead to a de cit of available care for the elderly. Eldercare is currently provided mainly in the informal sector, and more often by women than men. Persons performing day-to-d...
Project duration: 2012 - 2014
While several social movements have contributed to social change in Europe during the last four decades, the goal of FEMCIT is to investigate the role of women’s movements in these transformative processes. FEMCIT will explore the relationship between the changing forms an...
Project duration: 2006 - 2011