Berkat Opens Community Center for Foreigners

Prague citizens' association launches project helping refugees and migrants enter the job market

In early May, the Berkat citizens' association will open a community center for refugees, migrants and other foreign citizens on Rumunská street in Prague 2.

The opening marks the launch of the InBáze project, which aims to provide education and other support for foreigners living in Prague who want to enter the job market.

The services the community center offers will include a wide range of community activities, psychological and social support, and advice of the type necessary for the successful and amicable integration of foreigners into Czech society.

The InBáze community center, which is the first institution of its type in Prague, will at the same time be an open space where foreigners, members of ethnic minorities, and the Czech public can meet.

The InBáze project is co-financed by the European Social Fund, the Czech government, and Prague City Hall. The citizen's association Centrum pro otázky migrace will also play a significant role in the activities carried out at InBáze.

The InBáze community center's official opening takes place on Thursday, May 4th, 2006, at 4pm, in the entrance to the courtyard. (Address: Rumunská 24, Prague 2)

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