By 2050, more than 140 million people could be forced to leave their homes as the effects of global warming problems like water scarcity, crop failure, rising sea levels and storm surges. Experts from the World Bank, Czech Academy of Sciences and IOM discussed migration caused by climate change.
On 22 – 24 August 2018, International Organization for Migration (IOM), the EMN coordinator for Slovakia, organised the 6th EMN Educational Seminar on Migration in Bratislava for more than 70 representatives of government and public administration, non-profit sector and academia.
Check out interesting facts and latest news about the activities and services of IOM in Slovakia – released in the latest issue of the IOM Slovakia Newsletter in September 2018.
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“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.
Watch the recording of the discussion with experts from the World Bank, IOM and the Czech Academy of Sciences on impacts of climate change on migration and tools needed to address this global phenomenon. The EMN discussion evening took place in August 2018 in Bratislava.
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