Who are we?
We are a non-profit organisation that strives to make Prague a city for everyone – a home to all those who have decided to live here regardless of their country of origin, and a place where the citizens respect and support one another, and team up.
Who are our clients?
Our clients are foreigners from non-EU countries who have a residence permit in the Czech Republic for a period longer than 90 days or who have been granted international protection (asylum or supplementary protection) or temporary protection.
We perceive integration as a two-way process, and as such some of our activities are also designed for the Czech public.
How do we work? – Foundation and so on
The Integration Centre Prague (ICP) is a public service company that was founded by the city of Prague on 14 March 2012 with the purpose to effectively coordinate integration activities and to establish cooperation between the non-profit sector, local authorities and the Prague City Council.
Our activity is financed from the funds of the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund, Czech Ministry of the Interior, and the Prague City Council. Therefore, we are able to provide all our services free of charge and available to all those who need them.