EMN | European Migration Network
Up-to-date, objective and comparable information on migration of third-country nationals to support policymaking in the EU and its Member States
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Slovakia hosted a meeting of the European EMN Return Expert Group
EMN Slovakia hosted a meeting of the European EMN Return Expert Group (REG) on 1 and 2 February 2023 in Bratislava, Slovakia. Representatives of European Union Member States, EU agencies and international organisations informed each other about the return and reintegration of migrants, and...
New EMN informs map access to housing and services for beneficiaries of temporary protection from Ukraine
According to UNHCR, as of 15 November 2022, more than 7.8 million people have fled Ukraine, arriving primarily in EU neighbouring countries. Two new EMN informs look at how Member States have responded to influx of people in the area of accommodation and housing as well access to social benefits,...
EMN representatives from 20 countries discussed migration terms in Bratislava
How could EU countries jointly define the term migration crisis or an accompanied child? What other language versions of the expert glossary of the European Migration Network (EMN) are the EU countries preparing?
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EMN SLOVAKIA IN NUMBERS
WHICH STUDIES ARE BEING PREPARED IN 2023?
Integration of international protection applicants in the labour market
Reception conditions of applicants of international protection: challenges, policies and practices in EU member states and associated costs
The application of the Temporary Protection Directive: lessens learnt
Illegal employment of third-country nationals: 2017 - 2022 situational analysis
Annual report on migration and asylum in 2022
ACTIVITIES OF THE NETWORK IN THE EU
The European Migration Network (EMN) provides up-to-date, objective, reliable and comparable information on migration and international protection with a view to supporting policymaking in the European Union and its Member States. Its activities focus on migration related to third country nationals.
The EMN consists of National Contact Points (NCPs) in the EMN Member (EU Member States except Denmark) and Observer Countries (NO, GE, MD, UA, ME, AM, RS), the European Commission and the EMN Service Provider (ICF).
EMN IN SLOVAKIA
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been acting as the EMN National Contact Point coordinator in the Slovak Republic (SR) since December 2008. Other members are the Ministry of Interior of the SR, the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of the SR and the Statistical Office of the SR.
The activities of the EMN in Slovakia are financed by the European Union and co-funded by the Ministry of Interior of the SR.