Are you a non-EU citizen and do you need an advice on your residence, employment issues and doing business in Slovakia? Come and join us on 27 September 2018 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at INFO DAY that will be held on the premises of the Foreign Police Department, Regrútska 4, Bratislava (map).
The residents of these cities can get to know the cultures and people from different parts of the world. The first event „We Are At Home Here“ will take place on 3 October at 6pm in the Stanica Žilina-Záriečie and the second will start on 10 October at 6pm in the Cultural Centre Malý Berlín in Trnava.
IOM Migration Information Center (IOM MIC) opens in Bratislava and in Košice the next cycle of free Open Courses of Slovak Language for Foreigners. The courses start on 18 September 2018, are for foreigners from non-EU countries of all ages and are open both to beginners and the pre-intermediate.
“We feel good here, we have a place to sleep, food to eat and we are safe – what else can we wish for?“ – describes Amin his temporary stay in Slovakia.
Samer found himself in a difficult personal situation in Iraq. He decided to go to Europe. He was saving money for this travel for a long time.
Since its establishement in 1951, IOM assisted millions of people forced to flee their homes and countries due to danger, conflicts, disasters, or those who left in search of better opportunities. Watch the film presenting its milestones and key activities until 2016. For more information visit www.iom.int/65th.
The manual serves as a practical tool for professionals who work with potential victims of human trafficking. It introduces the human trafficking issue and includes suggestions for activities which can be used by teachers, people working in the area of prevention, lectors and other professionals to prepare educational activities on risks of human trafficking. The manual also provides tips on safe travelling and working abroad and gives advice on how not to become a victim of human trafficking.