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This inform provides up-to-date and comparative data on resettlement, humanitarian admission and sponsorship schemes. It presents recent developments in EMN Member Countries between 2016 to 2022 and offers a valuable resource for countries launching new programmes to learn from established programmes in other countries. Moreover, it aims to complement and enhance other knowledge-sharing initiatives in the field.
Statelessness is a global phenomenon, preventing those concerned from accessing fundamental human, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights. Marginalisation and discrimination are frequent consequences.
Implications for affected individuals, particularly with regard to work, education, healthcare and social aid.
This inform provides an overview of the implementation of the right of accompanied children to be heard in international protection procedures and presents their chal lenges, good practices and lessons learnt in guaranteeing that right.
This inform provides an overview of the strategies and initiatives put in place by the European Migration Network (EMN) Member Countries to enhance the prospects of displaced populations in non-European Union (EU) first reception and transit countries. It also identifies good practices that could serve as a starting point to develop or improve sustainable support initiatives.
This inform aims to present information that can support policy makers to better organise their respective reception systems, in a flexible manner, whilst anticipating further changing inflows in the future. It also aims to inform the public, particularly as housing of applicants for international protection is a frequent topic of public and political debate.
This inform analyses the arrangements European Union (EU) Member States have put in place for accommodation and housing for beneficiaries of temporary protection, in the context of the activation of the Temporary Protection Directive (TPD) (2001/55/EC).Most Member States use a combination of different forms of accommodation to host people fleeing Ukraine namely reception centres, hotels/hostels, used mostly for emergency situations, and private homes.
This inform analyses how Member States have organised access to social benefits, education, employment and healthcare, for beneficiaries of temporary protection, in the context of the activation of the Temporary Protection Directive (TPD) (2001/55/EC) .
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.
Little is known about how international international law instruments, including bilateral readmission agreements - influence the return of irregular migrants, including asylum seekers whose applications were rejected. EMN's starting point to contribute to closing this knowledge gap was to update, verify and expand existing information on bilateral readmission readmission agreements by EU Member States and Norway.
Specifically this report examines the implementation, monitoring and evaluation and effectiveness of bilateral readmission agreements signed by EU Member States. It supplements existing data by examining the bilateral readmission agreements that were signed or entered into force in the period 2014-2020 in the EU Member States and Norway, as well as their scope and characteristics in terms of issue linkage.
The purpose of this report is twofold. First, it examines how Member States regulate the transfer of responsibility of a beneficiary of international protection from a first State to a second State, a transfer of responsibility regulated in Art. 28 of the Geneva Refugee Convention and Art. 2 of the European Agreement on Transfer of Responsibility for Refugees (EATRR) which refers to the transfer of responsibility for the issuance of the travel document for refugees.
And secondly, the report explores the situation in which beneficiaries of international protection, already recognized in a first State, submit applications for international protection in a second State.