Publication and Educational activities

Overview of publications and educational activities of CHC in recent years

Long-term published magazines

  • Magazine Human Rights: issue 1-4, 2004; issue 1- 4, 2005; issue 1-4, 2006. issue 1-4, 2007. issue 1- 4, 2008.
  • Magazine Vestigář: issue 1-3, 2005; issue 1, 2006. issue 1, 2007.

Publications, informative brochures

  1. Crime and Human Rights – seminar log. Czech Helsinki Committee, 1995. 60 pages.
  2. The Rights of Persons Deprived of Personal Freedom by Czech Republic Police. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee.
  3. Disputes in The Area of Human Rights – Law and Practice at International Courts. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 1998. 56 pages. ISBN 80-902323-5-8.
  4. Staff and Volunteer Training in Non-profit Organizations Which Deal with Social and Legal Counseling. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 1999. 68 pages.
  5. Monitoring Prison System in Czech Republic in 1999. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2000. 72 pages. ISBN 80-86436-00-4.
  6. BÍLEK, P. DUFKOVÁ, I ZLÁMAL J. Police and Human Rights. Prague: Secondary Police School in Prague and the Czech Helsinki Committee, 2000.
  7. ONDRÁČKOVÁ J. Neighbours. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2000. 67 pages.
  8. BÍLEK, P. ZOUBEK, V. Legal State and Police: Human Rights Interpretations. Prague: Czech Police Academy and the Helsinki Committee, 2000. 190 pages.
  9. A Glance in a Refugee´s Cooking Pot. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee Counseling Centre for Refugees of, 2000.
  10. Basic Legal and Practical Information for Victims of Racial Discrimination. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2001. 68 pages.
  11. Police and Human Rights (2nd edition). Prague: Secondary Police School in Prague 9 and The Czech Helsinki Committee, 2001.
  12. BÍLEK, P. ZOUBEK, V. Legal State and Police: Human Rights Interpretations (2nd edition). Prague: Czech Police Academy and the Helsinki Committee, 2001. 178 pages.
  13. ONDRÁČKOVÁ, J. What The Convention on The Rights of The Child is. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2001.
  14. ONDRÁČKOVÁ J. Neighbours: Learning to Respect One Another. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2001. 46 pages + 28 pages.
  15. DUFKOVÁ, I. UHL, P. ZLÁMAL, J. Police and Social Radicalism (Extremism). Prague: Secondary Police School in Prague 9 and the Czech Helsinki Committee, 2001. 91 pages.
  16. BÍLEK, P. POKORNÁ, J. ZLÁMAL J. Human Rights Education: Methodological Guide for Teachers of Social Sciences in Secondary Schools. Prague: Secondary Police School in Prague 9 and the Czech Helsinki Committee, 2001. 91 pages.
  17. A Glance in a Refugee´s Cooking Pot II. Prague: Counselling Centre for Refugees of Czech Helsinki Committee, 2001. 71 pages.
  18. BÍLEK, P. CHRZOVÁ, J. ONDRÁČKOVÁ, J. ZOUBEK, V. Education and Training in the Field of Human Rights (Reference Guide for Teachers at Secondary and Higher Schools). Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2002. 158 pages.
  19. BÍLEK, P. DUFKOVÁ, I. UHL, P. ZLÁMAL J. Police in A Multicultural Society. Prague: Secondary Police School of The Ministry of Interior and the Czech Helsinki Committee, 2003. 69 pages.
  20. Selected Issues of The Women and Juveniles in Prisons. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2003. 80 pages. ISBN 80-86436-13-6.
  21. Life: A Practical Guide to Social Issues. 2005. ISBN 80-86436-17-9. (information brochure, 4000 copies).
  22. Work: Practical Advice on How to Find and Keep a Job. 2005. ISBN 80-86436-16-0. (information brochure, circulation 4000 copies).
    The overall aim of creating these publications related to the project of CHC Human Resources Development – Education and Counseling – for Central Bohemia was to provide groups of people disadvantaged in the labor market with practical information on how to integrate into society, while leading to a successful application in the labor market. Part of both brochures was the booklet and directory of institutions, organizations and agencies located in the Central Region.
  23. The Conditions for Reconciling Work and Family Life – Partnership in The Family. Methodologies 1-4, including proposals for changes in legislation and practice. 2005.
    Establishment of a comprehensive methodology and competent counseling system and lifelong education that will enable women to “move with the times”, with new trends and technologies.
  24. Information leaflets published under the project “Provision of Socio-legal Counseling for Foreigners to Promote Their Integration” supported in 2005 by Ministry of Social Affairs: Permanent residence of foreigners and residence of EU citizens; temporary stay of foreigners; acquisition of citizenship; family and housing of foreigners; social security of foreigners; central site for seniors.
  25. Informative leaflet Central Website for Seniors. Information about the site of CHC for seniors.
  26. ŠILHÁNOVÁ L. Discussions on human rights with elementary school pupils of 8th and 9th grade, with pupils from specialized schools and with secondary school students: the inspiration for teachers (2nd edition). Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2007. 51 pages.
  27. Use of maternity and parental leave: A practical guide for employees and employers. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2007. 104 pages.
  28. Parental alienation syndrome in the conception of American, Canadian and British courts. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2008. 32 pages.
  29. ŠPAČEK J. VALEŠ, F. and collective. Monitoring of Internet Extremism. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2008. 37 pages.
  30. KOVAŘÍKOVÁ, M. Results of the survey “Do you know what you are wearing?” Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2008. 24 pages.
  31. Hate Crimes in The Light of The Legal and Factual Measures in The Czech Republic. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2008. 66 pages. ISBN 978-80-86436-22-7.
  32. Victims of Hate Crime in The Czech Republic. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2008. ISBN 978-80-86436-23-4.
  33. Mom in Prison. Prague: Czech Helsinki Committee, 2010. ISBN: 12-34567-89.
    A great tool for parents, relatives and for all staff who come into contact with children and want to inform them that one of the parents is in prison.