Migration to the Centre

Migration to the Centre is a transnational project whose overall aim is to raise awareness and lead an in-depth discussion about European and national migration policies and their impact in Central European countries, together with migrants, migration experts and other citizens.

Project leader: Aldo Milohnić
Project coworkers: Admir Baltić, Neža Kogovšek Šalamon and Jasna Babić

Project execution

A synthesis short study on national migration policy and recent migration trends in Slovenia; 15 texts and 3 video interviews on the topics of work and employment of migrants, family reunification and education and study of migrants; 3 public discussions on the same topics and 3 video reports from public discussions; screenings of 2 documentary films in Kinodvor in the frame of the Migration Film Festival (in collaboration with Slovene Philanthropy), as an introduction to the second public discussion (on family reunification).

Events in 2013
18 March, Gromka – public discussion: Work and Employment of Migrants in Times
of Crisis
17 June, Kinodvor – public discussion: Migrations and the Right to Family
17 December, ŠKUC Gallery – public discussion: Education – Study – Migrations


All the materials produced within the project (experts’ articles, texts on migrants’ personal experiences, video interviews, video reports from public events, etc.) are published at the project website www.migrationonline.cz and some of them also in other media.


Multicultural Centre (Prague), Independent Journalism Foundation (Budapest), People in Need (Prague), Institute of Public Affairs (Warsaw), Society of Goodwill (Košice); PI’s partner in Slovenia: Sokultura (Bošnjaška kulturna zveza Slovenije)


European Commission – Europe for Citizens Programme, Open Society Foundations.