In 2015, Slovenia witnessed the largest wave of migrants in the so-called migrant crisis of the second wave of migrants, refugees, asylum seekers after the Second World War.
The master thesis presents the types of migration, the causes of migrant refugee crisis, with a description of the state as a regulator of migration control, and comparing the costs incurred by certain EU Member States due to the resulting migrant crisis. It describes the resulting risk factors, recorded and analysed are the costs incurred by Slovenia in conjunction with the second wave of migration, with the presentation of its economic impact.
Four hypotheses were formed, under which it was found that due to the crisis we overcharge our budget, and that we are not properly prepared and equipped to be able to temporarily accept a greater number of migrants. Furthermore, we need to exacerbate the legislation for the reception of asylum seekers, improve it and largely make it comparable with the legislation in neighbouring countries and that a common agreement on the organization of the reception, recording and deportation of migrants is necessary.
In the master thesis, we used a descriptive approach/described theoretical concept of the state, developments in our country and around the world, and the method of compilation/summarizing the opinions of other authors. It consists of theoretical and research work.
The costs and the number of migrants were obtained by daily monitoring of media and official reports published in Slovenia and Europe. Analysing the costs, leads us to answer what human life is, and what human dignity is, how much is human life worth and why does help in such global issues always come with a delay or the matter is not resolved at all.