The report provids an overview of developments in the field, of the integration of migrants and persons with international protection. It builds on the comprehensive monitoring of this field, especially for the field of asylum, which is carried out by various non-governmental organizations within the framework of various projects financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Commission. On the other hand, NGOs are the ones that carry out a lot of supportive integration activities. The general observation is that still a lot has to be done in the field of integration as a two-way process.
There are many moments and elements that affect the success and efficiency of integrations, and in a way, they indicate a significant fragmentation of activities and the absence of a stronger coordinating function. Therefore, it is extremely important to include all actors and stakeholders who have something to contribute in the decision-making processes in Slovenia. Only in this way the 2030 Agenda, which sets out a series of goals and sub-goals in the field of migration, as well as the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, will actually come to life as a reference point for ensuring that we act accordingly. Action and planning take place at a more pragmatic level of providing minimum standards of support for as many people as possible.