10 Year Anniversary of the European Migration Network
European Commissioner speech in the European Migration Network (EMN) 10 Year Anniversary Conference

National Contact Point Croatia

The European Migration Network (EMN) is an EU-wide network, consisting of National Contact Points and providing information on migration and asylum.

Publications


EMN Annual Report on Migration and Asylum

Studies

The EMN Annual Report on Migration and Asylum provides an overview of the most significant EU and national policies as well as legislative developments in the fields of migration and international protection that were developed in 2017. The report is based on the contributions from 25 Member States, covering eight key areas, namely: legal migration and mobility, international protection including asylum, unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups, integration of migrants, irregular migration, return, actions against trafficking in human beings and maximising development impact of migration and mobility.

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EMN Synthesis Report on Return Study

Studies
The effectiveness of return in EU Member States

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EMN Synthesis Report for the EMN Focussed Study 2017

Studies
Challenges and practices for establishing the identity of third country nationals in migration procedures.

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Family Reunification of TCNs in EU: National Practices in 2016

Studies
As one of the main avenues for legal migration to the EU, family reunification accounts for approximately a third of all arrivals of Third-Country Nationals (TCNs).

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Illegal employment of third-country nationals in the European Union

Studies

This Synthesis Report has been produced by the European Migration Network (EMN), which comprises the European Commission, its Service Provider (ICF) and EMN National Contact Points (EMN NCPs). The report does not necessarily reflect the opinions and views of the European Commission, EMN Service Provider (ICF) or the EMN NCP, nor are they bound by its conclusions.

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Events


27/11 Dublin

International events
EMN Ireland conference

Migrant family reunification policy and practice

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24/10 Luxembourg

International events
The Luxembourg National Contact Point of the European Migration Network is organizing its 10th national conference: ‘Moving policy forward, keeping research relevant – strengthening the research-policy dialogue in the fields of migration and integration’ 24 October 2017.

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9/10 Brussels

International events

A joint European Migration Network & OECD event took place on 9th November 2017. Two thematic sessions were presented within this full-day event: Challenges and good practices in family migration policies, Balancing migrants’ right to family life, migration control and the competition for talent and Illegal employment of third-country nationals in the EU: Challenges and solutions

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21-22 September 2017

BMN Annual Conference

The EU in the Global Race for Talents

Challenges and Solutions in Strengthening the EU’s Competitiveness

The overall aim of the Estonian EU Presidency Conference on Migration, The EU in the Global Race for Talents: Challenges and Solutions in Strengthening the EU’s Competitiveness, organized by the Estonian National Contact Point (NCP) for the European Migration Network (EMN), was to review the current state of talent migration in the European Union and to encourage an exchange of ideas between key stakeholders in this field. This event was a unique platform bringing together key stakeholders in the field of legal migration in Europe, including policymakers from different EU Member States, the European Commission, the European Parliament, EMN National Contact Points, Intergovernmental Organizations (IGOs), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), the private sector and the general public.

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The objective of the European Migration Network (EMN) is to meet the information needs of the institutions of the European Union and of its Member States when it comes to migration and asylum by providing up-to-date, objective, reliable, comparable information in order to support policy-making in the European Union (EU). The EMN is also to supply the public with information on these topics.

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The European Migration Network (EMN) is co-ordinated by the European Commission with National Contact Points (NCPs) established in each EU Member State plus Norway. The EMN NCP Croatia is financially supported by the European Commission and the Croatian Ministry of the Interior.

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