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Data as of 16 August 2023 – Since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine on 24 February 2022, IOM has provided support and immediate assistance to affected populations arriving in Slovakia including Ukrainian refugees and Third Country Nationals (TCNs).

Thailand is a known holidays destination. What happens behind the eyes of tourists in its ports and on the sea? What does modern slavery in the fishing industry look like? We have the pleasure to invite you to the Slovak premiere of the drama film Buoyancy which tells stories of modern slavery in the fishing industry.

We have the pleasure to invite you to the Slovak film premiere of the documentary The New Europeans which will be followed by an expert discussion on migration topics. The EMN Discussion Evening will take place on 3 July 2023 at 7.30 pm in Kino Mladosť in Bratislava as part of the 9th EMN Educational Seminar on Migration: Protection of Migrants in Vulnerable Situations. The entry is free.

Preventing sexual exploitation and abuse has long been a key priority for the International Organization for Migration (IOM). At an international training event for partners from different organisations, the IOM tested a new training module that will streamline and improve trainers’ skills in this area.

Destination Europe is an educational tool that encourages young people (16+) and professionals to discuss about migration and integration and learn about their current challenges and opportunities in today's Europe in an innovative and interactive way.

Migrants returning from Slovakia to their country of origin may find themselves in a vulnerable situation. Therefore, IOM Slovakia has prepared a series of training sessions for professionals from various institutions and areas of public life on how to identify and subsequently help people in such situations.

At the Profesia Days job fair in Bratislava on 16–17 May 2023, numerous visitors seeking advice on work and employment for migrants in Slovakia benefited from the assistance of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and its Migration Information Centre (MIC).

Since the start of the war in Ukraine on 24 February 2022, the MIC has provided its counselling services to a total of 12,163 people. Read all the results for 2022 in the key programmes and main areas of activity of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Slovakia.

Geneva - On Monday 15 May 2023, the Member States of the International Organization for Migration, the United Nations Migration Agency, elected Ms. Amy E. Pope as its next Director General during the 6th Special Session of the IOM Council.

During the event in Bratislava on 9 May at the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Slovakia's interactive stand, children and adults alike tested their knowledge in a playful way about migration in the world and in Slovakia and how to travel and work safely abroad to avoid the risks of human trafficking.