• EMN Study: Changes of immigration status and purpose of residence in Austria (2015)

    Bestellen/Order This study deals with options for changing residence status in Austria without having to leave the country. After giving an overview of the respective admission criteria in each case, the study elaborates on the possibilities of changing an existing residence permit. Furthermore, the question of whether a change of immigration status brings about specific legal advantages or disadvantages is also examined. In particular, the policy objectives underlying the provisions on changes of purpose are discussed. Country Report Austria (DE) Country Report Austria (EN) Short Summary (EN / DE) Other Country Reports

  • EMN Study: Integration of Beneficiaries of International Protection and Holders of Humanitarian Residence Titles into the Labour Market: Policies and Measures in Austria (2015)

    Bestellen/Order This study focuses on the integration of beneficiaries of international protection (persons granted asylum and beneficiaries of subsidiary protection) and persons who have been issued a humanitarian residence title in the framework of an asylum procedure into the labour market. The study provides an overview of state-funded measures that promote the labour market integration of the target group. Therein, it indicates to what extent these measures are tailored to the specific needs of the target group and whether they are eligible to access these measures. In addition, the availability of statistics is addressed. Country Report Austria (DE) Country Report Austria (EN) Short Summary (EN / DE) Other Country Reports

EMN Ad-hoc Queries

Ad-hoc Queries - an effective means of compiling comparable information on migration and asylum.

  • National EMN Conference France: "Integration of refugees into the labour market in France and in the European Union"

    Date/ Place: 29 June 2016, Paris (France) Further Information

  • Annual EMN Conference Slovakia: "Sustainable EU Return Policy and its Nexus with Cooperation with Third Countries"

    Date/ Place: 6 July 2016, Bratislava, Slovak Republic Further Information

  • online course: "Why Do People Migrate?"

    free of charge; Organizer: iversity Further information

  • workshop: "Kommen - Gehene - Bleiben. Migration erforschen."

    Date/ Place: 14 February to 30 June 2016, Bregenz (Austria) Organizer: Vorarlberg Museum Language: DE Further Information

  • Facility for Refugees in Turkey: €47 million to strengthen migration management and to support education of Syrian refugees

    European Commission 26 May 2016, more information available here (EN).

  • BBE europe-news - newsletter for engagement and participation

    Bundesnetzwerk Bürgerschaftliches Engagement (BBE) 26 May 2016, more information available here (DE).

  • European Union commits to action at the World Humanitarian Summit

    European Commission 23 May 2016, more information available here (EN).

  • EU proposes new approach to better support displaced people through its external action

    European Commission 26 April2016, more information available here (EN).

  • Call for Proposals: The Mobility Partnership Facility

    open deadline International Centre for Migration Policy Development Info

  • application for study program: Cultural Relations and Migration

    Submissions are accepted from 12 May 2016 Sigmund Freud Universität in Berlin Info

  • Call for projects: Initiative Vielfalter

    Submissions are continuosly accepted. Interkulturelles Zentrum Info

  • Call for Papers: Migration Studies

    Submissions are continuosly accepted. Oxford Journals Info