The Multicultural Center Prague (MKC Prague) is a non-profit organisation engaged in the pursuit of educational and research activities in the fields of international migration, social inclusion of Roma, and global development. Founded in 1999, we have strived for a Czech society based on respect for human rights, political equality, and intercultural competence and understanding. For more information visit www.mkc.cz.
The La Ngonpo team
Ing. Anna Hubáčková, Ph.D. studied Sustainable Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics at the Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague. Anna worked on the projects "Enhancement of Technical Education in Cambodia" and "Support for improving the quality of scientific research, teaching and international activities at universities in Cambodia" during her Ph.D. study program. Anna has been cooperating with MKC Prague since 2017 as a coordinator of the project "Through Teachers’ Education Towards Prevention of Stereotyping in GDE". Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marek Čaněk, Ph.D. studied sociology at the Central University in Warsaw, International Relations at the Charles University and graduated from a doctoral program in Political Science also at the Charles University. He has specialised on the political and social regulation of labour migration in the Czech Republic, labour and political rights of (im)migrants and citizenship. He has been involved in multiple civil society organisations in Czechia and other countries. He is a statutory representative of MKC Prague.
Mgr. Jan Pipek, Ph.D., long-term collaborator with MKC Prague. He studied Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University in Prague. He created and developed the La Ngonpo websites. He has been working as webmaster of this web since the beginning of the project in 2010.