Publicatie datum: 21 oktober 2019
The UN Development Programme (UNDP) report, Scaling Fences: Voices of Irregular African Migrants to Europe published on 18 October 2019, sets out to find out why those who put themselves in the hands of people smugglers, and put themselves in other vulnerable positions to cross borders, make the decision to leave home avoiding formal immigration procedures, in the first place.
Publicatie datum: 01 oktober 2019
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) published a report on the protection of unaccompanied and separated children in Belgium. The report describes the current state of affairs and provides policy recommendations to reinforce the protection of this vulnerable category of foreign nationals.
Publicatie datum: 26 juli 2019
This brochure is entitled 'Action for Europe. EU projects to enhance security and effectively manage migration' and provides a snapshot into how some Union actions are addressing today’s migration and security challenges. It showcases the work being done. The snapshot is complemented by factsheets on individual Union actions.
Publicatie datum: 26 juli 2019
This report provides a quantitative overview of migration in rural areas for the entire EU. It contributes to raising awareness of the poorly studied phenomenon of migration to EU rural areas, which is often neglected in research and policies.
Publicatie datum: 10 juli 2019
In this report (which is available in Dutch and French) Myria analyses the broader migration context. It argues against pushbacks and for more legal pathways for people in need of protection.
Publicatie datum: 10 juli 2019
Myria's annual report highlights recent available data and it provides an analysis of a number of issues at stake in the field of immigration and asylum. Myria also addresses a number of recommendations towards the government on the respect of fundamental rights of foreigners.
Publicatie datum: 01 mei 2019
This MPI Europe report explores the various forms of predeparture orientation programs offered by resettlement countries. It focuses on important design questions and identifies a set of features shared by effective programs.
Publicatie datum: 15 april 2019
A new report published by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung shows how attitudes across Europe have changed before and after the 2015 migration ‘crisis’ and tries to explain what has driven those changes. Using data from the European Social Survey, the report’s authors find that, overall, perceptions of migration have remained both neutral and stable before and after the ‘crisis’. But there are a few countries that have become significantly more positive about migrants, as well as a few that have become significantly more negative.
Publicatie datum: 17 december 2018
This final report, realised by the Study and Policy Unit of the Federal Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers (Fedasil), describes the reception of vulnerable applicants for international protection with specific needs. It discusses how (field) staff define, identify and respond to vulnerability in practice. The objective is to develop a better understanding of the way in which Fedasil and its reception partners fulfill the requirement of Belgian and European legislation to meet the specific needs of applicants for international protection.
Publicatie datum: 05 december 2018
Dit rapport houdt het Belgische beleid op het vlak van terugkeer, detentie en verwijdering van vreemdelingen kritisch tegen het licht en presenteert recente cijfers. Net zoals Myria’s laatste migratieverslag focust het rapport op kwesties die verband houden met het recht op een gezinsleven van personen in detentie. Myria formuleert aanbevelingen om het respect voor de mensenrechten van die personen te verbeteren.
Publicatie datum: 08 november 2018
This research, commissioned for the eighteenth plenary meeting of the Transatlantic Council of Migration, an initiative of the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), examines the entanglement of immigration with broader concerns about the economic, social and cultural effects of globalization, as well as the public’s growing lack of confidence in government to manage issues such as immigration.
Publicatie datum: 22 oktober 2018
Als onafhankelijk Nationaal Rapporteur voor België maakt Myria in zijn rapport Mensenhandel en Mensensmokkel al meer dan twintig jaar elk jaar een onafhankelijke evaluatie van het beleid. Dit jaar wijdt het de focus van zijn verslag aan minderjarige slachtoffers van mensenhandel en mensensmokkel. Het verslag focust op een bijzonder kwetsbare slachtoffergroep: Nigeriaanse minderjarige meisjes die door mensenhandelaars worden gerekruteerd in hun thuisland om in Europa in de prostitutie uitgebuit te worden.
Publicatie datum: 31 augustus 2018
This paper, which is entitled 'The EU’s New Migration Partnership with Mali: Shifting towards a Risky Security-Migration-Development Nexus', seeks to understand why and how the EU has been redefining its migration strategy regarding Mali.
Publicatie datum: 26 juni 2018
In dit jaarlijkse rapport analyseert Myria de migratie-actualiteit en toetst daarbij het beleid en de praktijk aan het respect voor de grondrechten. Myria trekt daarbij conclusies en formuleert beleidsaanbevelingen.
Publicatie datum: 16 mei 2018
One of the greatest challenges facing twenty-first century Europe is the mass migration and integration of refugees who cross borders in search of safer lives. This report of the European Foundation for Democracy analyses the wide-ranging issues relating to the integration of refugees in seven European countries, including Belgium) and presents our key findings – both in terms of good practices and areas for concern – as well as recommendations for change.
Publicatie datum: 20 april 2018
The updated country report on Belgium contains information on recent developments in case law and policy related to asylum procedures, reception conditions, detention of asylum seekers and integration of beneficiaries of international protection.
Publicatie datum: 03 april 2018
The GRETA report, covering the period from 1 January until 31 December 2018, stresses that labour exploitation is on the rise across Europe. Also in Belgium, labour exploitation appears as a predominant form of trafficking.
Publicatie datum: 01 februari 2018
This updated report assesses how the presence of persons in need of protection affect the local communities in terms of housing, education, local economy and social responses
Publicatie datum: 10 januari 2018
The third socioeconomic monitoring includes data from 2013-2014, enlarges the analyzed age group and includes new variables - such as the level of education - and themes - such as the public sector - to better understand participation in the labour market according to the origin.
Publicatie datum: 09 januari 2018
Over a period of two years, a UNICEF Belgium team collected the testimonies of 170 migrant and refugee children from 36 nationalities in reception centres and schools. The children talk about their experiences in their country of origin and their new environment, the disaster they fled for, the trials they endured on the way, their joy and sorrow. With this report UNICEF wants to build a bridge between the words of these young people, who are very keen on participation, and policy makers who are often far removed from their reality.
Publicatie datum: 01 januari 2018
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been producing world migration reports since 2000. This year’s edition presents key data and information on migration as well as thematic chapters on highly topical migration issues.
Publicatie datum: 21 december 2017
Previous OECD and EU work has shown that even native-born children with immigrant parents face persistent disadvantage in the education system, the school-to-work transition, and the labour market. To which degree are these linked with their immigration background, i.e. with the issues faced by their parents? This publication provides new insights on the complex issue of the intergenerational transmission of disadvantage for native-born children of immigrants.