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The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the substantial measures taken by EU and OECD countries to prevent the spread of the virus are having direct and indirect impacts on international students coming to those countries. While the long-term consequences are difficult to predict, the immediate impacts are already visible, for example, the processing of new applications or renewing of residence permits has in many cases been hindered or suspended, with consequences for international students already present in the host country. In addition, the abrupt downturn in economic activity has had a significant impact across many sectors, with international students facing the loss of their part time jobs or reduced or lost incomes, which could have an impact on their ability to continue their studies or find a job or start a business following their graduation.
When17 September 2020

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.
When24 August 2020
Main Theme: Cross-sectional
Keywords: Odysseus netwerk

In its Review 2019, Fedasil presents the most important events and figures on reception, voluntary return and resettlement of the past year. The overview shows an increase in the number of people entitled to reception and for whom more than 5000 temporary places were opened in 2019.
When03 July 2020
Main Theme: Reception
Keywords: asiel

On 25 June 2020, the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) will launch the 2020 edition of its annual flagship EASO Asylum Report. Due to the COVID-19 situation, this year EASO will be holding an online event to present and discuss the findings of the report, as well as developing asylum trends in the EU. 
When25 June 2020

The event will serve to launch the 2019 edition of the EMN Annual Report on Migration and Asylum. It also seeks to provide the latest information on Member States responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
When17 June 2020

The Academy of European Law organises its Annual Conference on European Immigration Law.The aim of the conference is 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.  
When27 April 2020
Main Theme: Migration
Keywords: ERA

The International Forum on Migration Statistics (IFMS) is a global platform devoted to improving data on migration in all its dimensions. Organised by IOM, OECD and UN DESA, the IFMS offers space for dialogue for a broad range of actors, from national and regional authorities, NGOs, international agencies and the private sector. 
When20 January 2020
Main Theme: Cross-sectional
Keywords: migration statistics

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

The Annual National Conference of the EMN Luxembourg on “Attracting start-up founders and innovative entrepreneurs from third countries” will be held on the 1st October in Esch-sur-Alzette.
When01 October 2019
Main Theme: Economic migration
Keywords: entrepreneurs

The Annual National Conference of the EMN Portugal on the theme “Migration, Asylum and Statistics”, is scheduled to be held on the 18th of September in Lisbon.  
When18 September 2019
Main Theme: Cross-sectional
Keywords: Statistics

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
Main Theme: Cross-sectional
Keywords: immigration law

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
Main Theme: Vulnerable groups
Keywords: unaccompanied minors

In 2018, the annual Metropolis conference will take place in Sydney from 29 October to 2 November. The theme for this year’s conference is 'Global Migration in Turbulent Times'.
When29 October 2018
Main Theme: Cross-sectional
Keywords: metropolis

This conference seeks to shed light on the interesting topic of returning third-country nationals who have entered or stayed irregularly in the EU, as well as on their subsequent reintegration.
When23 October 2018
Main Theme: Return & Readmission
Keywords: reintegration

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
Main Theme: External Dimension
Keywords: diaspora

This conference will seek to discuss global migration trends, the role of the EU, as well as the external dimensions of the EU migration policy. 
When04 October 2018
Main Theme: Cross-sectional
Keywords: Austria

This year seminar will be focused on vulnerabilities of migrants in the current global migration context. 
When22 August 2018
Main Theme: Cross-sectional
Keywords: Slovakia

The 15th IMISCOE Annual Conference will take place in Barcelona, 2 - 4 July 2018. The conference covers the theme "Europe, migrations and the Mediterranean: human mobilities and intercultural challenges". 
When02 July 2018
Main Theme: Cross-sectional

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.  
When02 July 2018
Main Theme: Cross-sectional
Keywords: Training

On the occasion of the publication of its annual report "Migration in rights and numbers: family life in jeopardy", Myria organizes a conference in the Belgian Senate on June 26.     
When26 June 2018

This second edition Summer School aims to provide participants with knowledge about Europe related diversity and migration issues, with a focus on EU response as well as local experiences and processes in this field.
When25 June 2018
Main Theme: Migration
Keywords: diversity

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

On the occasion of the world refugee day, many activities are planned in Belgium. Informal meetings, concerts, exhibitions, theatre and other events are proposed in different cities to celebrate and share this special day!
When20 June 2018
Main Theme: Asylum