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EMN Research

     EMN Studies
     EMN Country Fact Sheets
     EMN Inform
     Annual Reports on Migration (ARM)
     EMN Glossary
     EMN Bulletin
     EMN Ad-hoc

 

     EMN Studies

EMN studies provide a comparative analysis of topics of immediate interest to policymakers and other stakeholders related to migration and asylum in the EU. Policy relevant study topics are selected from proposals made by individual or groups of EMN NCPs and/ or the European Commission. The selection is based on their relevance to current policy priorities in the Member States and Norway and to the work of the European Commission and its agencies. The Steering Board reviews and formally approves the selection of topics within the context of the annual EMN Work Programme.

     EMN Country Fact Sheets

     EMN Inform

     EMN Glossary

The EMN Glossary – as one of the key products of the EMN - improves comparability by enabling a common understanding and use of terms and definitions relating to asylum and migration. The Glossary draws on a variety of sources, but primarily on the legislation of the EU asylum and immigration acquis, and makes terms available in the majority of EU Member State languages.
 EMN glossary can be found at: https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/what-we-do/networks/european_migration_network/glossary_en

     EMN Bulletin

     EMN Ad-hoc

  • EMN National Contact Points and the European Commission use ad-hoc queries to collect information from Member States and Norway in a relatively short time on a wide range of asylum- and migration-related issues, e.g. legal migration, irregular migration, borders, return, visas etc. The EMN produces compilations of the responses to ad-hoc queries, which rapidly assess the perspective of responding Member States and Norway in relation to a specific topic.


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