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On 10 December 2019, EMN Belgium organises its annual asylum and migration policy event in which recent national and EU developments in the field of international protection, legal migration and integration and irregular migration and return will be discussed.
When10 December 2019
Each year, the Odysseus Network organizes a Summer School in EU immigration and asylum law and policy. The courses tackle the most recent legislative, jurisprudential and political developments in the field at EU level.
When01 July 2019
On May 27, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, European Commission and European Migration Network organise the International Conference “A New European Agenda on Migration?”. During this event, experts will share their views on the achievements, challenges and perspectives of integration and migration policies in Europe.
When27 May 2019
On 18 January a conference will take place in Brussels organised by the federal Migration Centre Myria, the Académie Royale des Sciences et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, the Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van België voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten and newspaper Le Soir. The focus will be on international protection and economic migration.
When18 January 2019
The ChildMove project represents a unique attempt to follow young refugees and migrants as they travel from Libya and Turkey to European shores and onwards, and to allow young people themselves to speak of what it means to be on the move. Join the Migration Policy Institute Europe and Ghent University for a morning coffee and discussion of this ground-breaking study of the experiences of young refugees and migrants who have travelled across Europe, unaccompanied by their families
When27 November 2018
This conference will provide an opportunity to exchange good practices used in creating and maintaining partner relations between diasporas and their countries of origin acknowledging the important role they have in their countries’ development.
When22 October 2018
This conference is entitled 'Sustainable migrration from poor to rich countries - Towards a new refugee and migration system?'. It will address the challenges and sustainability of today’s migration. There is a growing call for a more holistic and sustainable approach to migration policy.
When21 June 2018
Main Theme: Cross-sectional
The results of the third sociomonitoring report, published in December 2017, will be presented by the Federal Public Service Employment and Unia, in order to better understand the situation of persons on the labour market according to their origin.
When18 June 2018
This interesting conference is organised by the German Contact Point of the EMN. It aims to bring together policy-makers, academics and actors from NGOs and administration in Germany and at EU-level. Therefore, the conference covers a wide range of topics ranging from the arrival of unaccompanied minors to the transition to adulthood.
When14 June 2018
On the 31st of May and 1st of June, the Bulgarian Contact Point of the EMN - in the framework of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council - organizes the EMN Annual Conference. The conference will be dedicated to the following topic: challenges and success factors in managing migration flows.
When01 June 2018
The panel discussion will present the findings of the recently completed research project of the European Foundation for Democracy which examined how different European countries with high numbers of refugees and/or experience of integrating high numbers of refugees are managing the integration process and identifies good practices for integrating refugees. The research looked in particular at the situation of Syrian refugees in Europe, though not exclusively.
When16 May 2018
48 winning journalists will receive EU-funded contracts to produce a story focused on diaspora, labour migration, vulnerable groups or legal and irregular migration to counterbalance the narrative on migration.
When15 May 2018
This conference aims to provide legal practitioners with an update on recent developments in the EU legal migration system and the mechanisms put in place to tackle labour and skills shortages and to reinforce the attractiveness of the EU for key workers
When03 May 2018
At the height of the refugee “crisis” in October 2015, over 7,000 asylum seekers crossed the Aegean Sea from Turkey to Greece per day. This created problematic conditions for refugees in reception centers and overwhelmed Greece as a first country of entry to the EU. In this setting, the EU-Turkey Statement was concluded with the aim of managing migration across the Aegean Sea and curbing arrivals to the EU. Whilst the Statement was effective in reducing the number of arrivals, it has been met with a series of human rights concerns.
When20 March 2018