Explanations for EMN Annual Policy Reports

National report – Study produced on behalf of the Slovak Republic using common specifications for all EU Member States and Norway.

Synthesis report – Study produced by the European Commission on the basis of national reports from EU Member States and Norway. It is comparative and partially analytical.

Inform – Brief summary produced by the European Commission on the basis of synthesis reports.

Factsheet – Brief overview produced by the EU Member States and Norway. It stems from the national report on Annual Report on Migration and Asylum Policies which all countries compile for each calendar year.

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Safe Countries of Origin (2018)

Published in EMN Informs
Friday, 09 March 2018 16:25

This EMN inform contains information collected through an ad-hoc question on safe countries of origin. It presents an overview of (Member) States policies and practices concerning safe countries of origin. It describes which countries have introduced a list of safe countries of origin and whether nationals from these countries are treated differently than nationals from other countries in the asylum procedure. Moreover, differences relating to reception conditions and return provisions are examined.  

The Effectiveness of Return in EU (2017)

Published in EMN Informs
Thursday, 08 March 2018 16:33

This EMN inform summarizes the key findings of the  EMN Synthesis report on the effectiveness of returns in the EU. It provides an overview of the impact of EU rules on return and related case law from the Court of Justice of the European Union – on Member States’ return policies and practices and hence on the effectiveness of return decisions issued across the EU. It also outlines the challenges encountered by Member States in effectively implementing returns, as well as identify any good practices developed to ensure the enforcement of return obligations.

This EMN Inform summarises the key findings of the EMN Synthesis Report on challenges and practices for establishing identity of third-country nationals in migration processes. It provides the overview of the challenges faced by national authorities in their efforts to reliably verify the identity of third-country nationals within the context of various migration procedures and of national practices of EU Member States to address those challenges. 

The report informs about the most significant political and legislative developments, as well as public debates, in the fields of migration and asylum which occurred in the EU, its Member States and Norway during the year 2016, with the focus on third-country nationals rather than EU nationals. It also contains relevant statistical data. The report for the Slovak Republic describes national developments and put them in the context of the EU policies and legislation.

The report informs about the most significant political and legislative developments, as well as public debates, in the fields of migration and asylum which occurred in the EU, its Member States and Norway during the year 2015, with the focus on third-country nationals rather than EU nationals. It also contains relevant statistical data. The report for the Slovak Republic describes national developments and put them in the context of the EU policies and legislation.

The report informs about the most significant political and legislative developments, as well as public debates, in the fields of migration and asylum which occurred in the EU, its Member States and Norway during the year 2014, with the focus on third-country nationals rather than EU nationals. It also contains relevant statistical data. The report for the Slovak Republic describes national developments and put them in the context of the EU policies and legislation.

The report informs about the most significant political and legislative developments, as well as public debates, in the fields of migration and asylum which occurred in the EU, its Member States and Norway during the year 2013, with the focus on third-country nationals rather than EU nationals.It also contains relevant statistical data. The report for the Slovak Republic describes national developments and put them in the context of the EU policies and legislation.

International Migration Outlook is published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) annually, covering the most recent developments regarding migration issues in OECD countries. Each edition elaborates selected topic on migration. The latest 2013 report provides an analysis of recent developments in migration movements and policies in OECD countries and two analytical chapters, covering the fiscal impact of immigration in OECD countries and the discrimination against immigrants. The executive summary of the 2013 report is available also in Slovak.

IOM’s World Migration Report

Thursday, 06 February 2014 17:40

This annual publication of International Organization for Migration (IOM) deals with the latest trends in international migration. It discusses emerging policy issues and provides regional recent developments in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Oceania. Current issue titled The World Migration Report 2013: Migrant Well-being and Development analyses the impact of migration on quality of life and human development across a wide range of dimensions. It draws upon the findings of a unique source of data – the Gallup World Poll, conducted in more than 150 countries.

It is the basic document and starting point for the building of a policy of the Slovak Government in the field of migration. This medium-term strategy was adopted by the Government of the Slovak Republic on 31 August 2011.