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The European Migration Network was established via Council Decision 2008/381/EC and is financially supported by the European Union.

Its objective is to meet the information needs of EU institutions and of Member States’ authorities and institutions by providing up-to-date, objective, reliable and comparable information on migration and asylum, to support policymaking in the European Union in these areas.

The EMN also serves to provide the general public with such information.

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The European Migration Network, coordinated by the European Commission, is a network of National Contact Points appointed in each Member State plus Norway.

The Spanish NCP is composed by experts from the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migrations, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, and Ministry of Justice and the General Prosecutor’s Office. It is coordinated by the Deputy General Directorate for Legal Affairs, Secretariat of State for Migrations.

Last publications

Transition of unaccompanied minors to adulthood

This European Migration Network (EMN) inform examined the particular situation of unaccompanied minors who reach adulthood (majority) in the EU and Norway.

The aim of the EMN inform is to map the measures, structures and systems in place in the EU Member States and Norway to provide transitional support to unaccompanied minors after reaching the age of majority. It explores the situation of all unaccompanied minors reaching adulthood who are classified as unaccompanied minors in the EU Member States and Norway – including, to the extent possible, both those who do and do not apply for asylum.

Report 2022

Integration of migrant women in the eu: policies and measures

Integration of migrant women in the eu: policies and measures.

The aim of this study is consider the distinct situation of migrant women in their integration policies and measures. In order to provide information that will support policymakers developing integration policies and measures that better support migrant women in their integration process, taking their respective backgrounds into account. An overview will be provided of research and statistics available at the national level on the integration opportunities and challenges of migrant women.

Study 2022

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