For the ninth time, the City of Olomouc is participating in a nationwide challenge On Bike to Work with the aim of supporting sustainable mobility and healthy movement. Try to change your traffic habits for one month!
Articles about events in the Czech Republic or events about the Czech Republic that are held abroad. Includes events that we (Foreigners) organize – whether we are talking about MeetUps, livestreams etc.
Census 2021: What You Need to Know as an Expat in Czechia
The 2021 Census is coming sooner than you think, with its online phase starting on 26–27 March and the paper phase starting on 17 April. According to the Czech Statistical Office, everyone must be enumerated, including expats. What do you need to know? How to get ready? What questions should you expect? Will the forms be in English? We know the answers!
Interest in Study Programme Academy for Women Entrepreneurs Exceeds All Expectations
Two weeks ago, we introduced you to the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE). The study programme targeting women entrepreneurs already started on March 1 with the interest of 193 study applicants.
Gender Pay Gap in Czechia One of the Highest in EU
Women in the Czech Republic earn on average 18,9 % less than men. Based on this, the Czech Republic belongs to the worst countries in the EU in this matter. The conference Equal Pay Day (EPD), taking place from March 26 to April 1, 2021, is trying to fight this serious issue.
Academy for Women Entrepreneurs Supports Business Women not Only in CZ
Do you aspire to be a successful women entrepreneur? Have you just started your own business recently? Or are you planning on starting one? Then the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) is right for you!
Czechia Fights Against Inequality Between Women and Men’s Wages
Inequality of men and women is a topic that should be discussed by all. Unfortunately, not all the people are familiar with the severity of this issue. Thousands of organizations and campaigns all across the planet are trying to introduce the public to the importance of this topic. In the Czech Republic, one of these organizations is, Business & Professional Women CR z.s (BPWCR). This year, BPWCR is organizing the 12th annual Equal Pay Day conference in March, with the name “Count with us” to fight this serious problem.
Coronavirus in Czechia: Moving Back to PES Level 5
The government announced that the Czech Republic will move back to the highest 5th level of the anti-epidemic PES system from Sunday, December 27. Due to the increased number of infected people by Covid-19, the Minister of Health Jan Blatný decided to announce new measures, that will last until 10 January 2021.
Coronavirus in Czechia: Returning to PES Level 4
On Friday, December 18, the Czech Republic will once again return to level 4 of the PES system, which means that restrictions will be tightened. This was decided by the House of Commons on December 14; shortly after the restrictions were initially released. Despite that, stores will remain open. Some politicians and experts are worried that Czechs will actually have to spend this Christmas on level 5 of the PES system.
Coronavirus in Czechia: Drinking Outdoors Banned, State of Emergency Extended
The Czech House of Commons approved another extension of the state of emergency – this time until December 23. Besides that, drinking outdoors is prohibited as the government wants to stop crowds of people consuming food and beverages from gathering at Christmas markets and on streets. This, however, doesn’t affect only stalls at the markets but also dispensing windows.
Coronavirus in Czechia: More COVID-19 Restrictions to Be Loosened on Thursday
On Thursday, December 3 more of the COVID-19 restrictions will be released in accordance with the PES system as decided by the Czech government on Sunday, November 29. Possibly the biggest changes relate to opening stores and restaurants, though the limit on the number of people at stores remains in place. At the same time, the Minister of Health suggested another extension of the state of emergency.