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 July 2018.
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Every year, dozens of Slovaks become modern slaves. Anyone can fall into the trap of traffickers – women and men of all ages and education, people with minimal income, but also people from standard social background who went to earn money abroad. What are the things to be aware of if you are going to travel or work abroad?
The next cycle of free Open Courses of Slovak Language for Foreigners organized by the IOM Migration Information Center (IOM MIC) start on 15 May 2018 in Bratislava and on 4 June 2018 in Košice. The courses are for foreigners from non-EU countries of all ages and are open both to beginners and the 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.