The European Commission published the 35th edition of the EMN Bulletin which informs on the current developments, publications, events and statistics in different areas of migration, integration and international protection at the level of the European Union and its Member States from April to June...
We are pleased to invite you to the public events that we have prepared as part of the 8th EMN Educational Seminar on Migration: Migration in a Multilateral World. You will have an opportunity to watch the online discussion with experts on how Slovakia helps migrants and refugees. We will also...
As part of the Innovations in Migration series, the European Migration Network has published a new inform Exploring Legal Pathways to Fulfil Labour Needs. The inform maps the Member States’ initiatives to support labour migration, mobility and to cover labour shortages and develop skills.
EMN SLOVAKIA IN NUMBERS
WHICH STUDIES ARE BEING PREPARED THIS YEAR?
Accurate, timely, interoperable? Data management in the asylum procedure
Responses to long-term irregularly staying migrants: practices and challenges
Detention and alternatives to detention
Annual report on migration and asylum in 2020
ACTIVITIES OF THE NETWORK IN THE EU
The European Migration Network (EMN) provides up-to-date, objective, reliable and comparable information on migration and international protection with a view to supporting policymaking in the European Union and its Member States. Its activities focus on migration related to third country nationals.
The EMN is composed of the National Contact Points in all EU Member States and observing countries, as well as of the European Commission which coordinates the network at the European level.
EMN IN SLOVAKIA
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been acting as the EMN National Contact Point coordinator in the Slovak Republic since December 2008. Other members are the Ministry of Interior of the SR, the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of the SR and the Statistical Office of the SR.
The activities of the EMN in Slovakia are financed by the European Union as part of the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and co-funded by the Ministry of Interior of the SR.