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Dagmar Kostrhunova

doi: 10.18355/PG.2021.10.2.5

This contribution defines the conflicts that international migration brings in connection with the increased number of applicants for recognition of foreign education in the Czech republic. The migration of people has been increasingly observed since the so-called Arab Spring 2011 until now. Globalization or connecting the whole world is a current trend that people are learning to accept. Each country receiving migrants determines its own strategy, rules, and approach to migration. „It is estimated that today about 150 million people live outside their homeland“ (Siskova, 2001: 18). With the increased migration and globalization, there has been an increased number of applicants in the Czech Republic for the recognition of education, serving mainly for further higher education. At the same time, for gaining job opportunities, for using foreign experience and, last but not least, for finding better living conditions. „The main determinants of human movements can be considered differences in the wealth of individual economies, living standards and stability in given societies“ (Siskova, 2001: 19).
The aim of the contribution is to get acquainted with the basic concepts of migration and migration policy in connection with the recognition of education in the Czech Republic from foreign countries and whether increased migration of persons related to the recognition of foreign education and the acquisition of further education of foreigners in the Czech Republic.

Key words
Conflict, crisis, migration, immigration, international, education, recognition, laws, applicants

Pages: 152-164

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