YOUMIG - YOUTH MIGRATION: 7 LOCAL STATUS QUO ANALYSES
While migration among, from, to and across the countries of the Danube Basin is intensifying, there has been little research in interpreting these processes with a focus on age. Most migrants are young (aged 15-34), and their migratory behaviour is closely linked to transitions in their life course: pursuing higher education, joining the workforce or starting a family. These events are not only potential drivers of migration, but also possible challenges or opportunities for cities and local institutions. The age component, together with the focus on local services, gives a unique character to research undertaken in the YOUMIG project. Read more ... YOUMIG - YOUTH MIGRATION: 7 LOCAL STATUS QUO ANALYSES
Youth migration in Slovakia. Expert lectures at the Comenius university in Bratislava.
On December 13 and 14, 2017 Branislav Šprocha and Branislav Bleha lectured at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Comenius University in Bratislava about youth migration in Slovakia in the national and local context. The lectures were related to the ongoing YOUMIG project in the Danube Transnational Program. Read more ...