The compilation of responses from 6 Member States to this French Ad hoc query provides some useful information inter alia on organizations granted access to detention centres and sites accessible to such organizations.
Based on the contributions from 24 EMN NCPs, this synthesis report provides an overview of the immigration and mobility policies allowing international students to enter into and move within the EU for the purpose of study.
This third issue of the EMN Bulletin outlines recent migration and international protection policy developments at EU and national levels, including relevant statistics, from October 2012 to January 2013.
The report explores how movements have responded to key changes such as EU enlargements, the end of restrictions on workers of new Member States and the economic crisis. The repot also examines the motivations for migration and impacts on labour markets.
This study, coordinated by the Immigrant Council of Ireland and supported by the European Integration Fund, answers the question to what extent certain family reunification policies hinder or promote reunification with TCN family members and also their integration
The purpose of this EMN study was to identify the challenges/barriers which may be affecting the intra-EU mobility of third-country nationals for reasons of work and to provide an overview of the EU acquis and national policy of relevance to intra-EU mobility of third-country nationals.
The Dublin transnational network project co-ordinated by Forum Réfugiés -Cosi in collaboration with ECRE, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and national partners published a comparative report on the Dublin application in several EU member states.