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Challenges of International Migration and Integration of Immigrants in Europe and Slovakia
Challenges of International Migration and Integration of Immigrants in Europe and Slovakia (Originaltitel)

[15/10/2012] [Slowakei] [Bericht] [Englisch]

Beitrag von : Country Coordinator Slovakia

Autoren : Vladimír Baláž, Martina Lubyová

This report summarizes the migration trends in Slovakia over a longer time horizon with the aim to provide background for discussing the current migration phenomena and their potential future development. There are two major milestones that constitute regime breaks which need to be taken into account before proceeding to any further analysis: (a) Since 1990 Slovakia became the so-called transition economy after the breakdown of the socialist regime towards the end of 1989, (b) Slovak Republic was constituted on 1 January 1993 after the partition of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic. Therefore, in the case of selected main indicators we provide an overview of the migration trends over a longer period (sine 1970-s or 1980-s) in order to be able to make conclusions about the effect of the transition. In order to capture in greater detail the current picture of the migration situation, we focus on the past decade, which has been characterized by two other key regime changes – accession of Slovakia to the European Union as of 1 May 2004 and joining the Schengen area as of 21 December 2007. Other remarkable milestones in the Slovak economic history were acceding to the NATO and OECD (in 2000) and joining the EURO zone by Slovakia as of 1 January 2009. This account shows that Slovakia underwent a substantial degree of opening an international integration over the past two decades, which paved the way to increasing flows of migrants both to and out of the country. Report draws on the data from the Slovak national agencies, notably the Statistical Office, agencies under the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family, as well as on the information from the Slovak annual SOPEMI reports, OECD and EUROSTAT publications and databases.


 

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