- About us
The EMN was set up in 2003 by the European Commission on behalf of the European Council in order to satisfy the need of a regular exchange of reliable information on migration and asylum related issues on a European level.
The Council Decision 2008/381/EC from 2008 forms the legal basis for the EMN.
The network consists of the European Commission, a Steering Board, one service provider and National Contact Points of the EU Member States and Norway.
The aim of the EMN is to provide the European and national institutions and agencies as well as the general public with up to date, objective, comparable data and information concerning migration and asylum related issues in order to objectify the current discourse on migration and to support policy decision processes within the European Union.
The EMN ensures that its activities are consistent and coordinated with the relevant Community instruments and structures in the area of migration and asylum.
Order This study deals with the voluntary or forced return of rejected applicants for international protection from Austria. In particular, the study describes the relationship between the asylum procedure and the return of rejected asylum-seekers. Further, the study elaborates on challenges to the return of rejected asylum-seekers and how these challenges may be overcome or mitigated. Another main topic are rejected asylum-seekers who cannot be removed for the time being. Additionally, the study discusses practices and policies in Austria that may be regarded as good practices. Country Report Austria(DE) Country Report Austria (EN) Short Summary (DE / EN) EMN Synthesis Report (EN) EMN Inform (EN) EMN Inform (DE) Other Country Reports
Order This study provides an overview on Resettlement and the Austrian Humanitarian Admission Programme for especially vulnerable Syrian refugees. The first and second part of the Humanitarian Admission Programme (HAP I and HAP II) are examined in the context of developments at the global, European and Austrian level. After a presentation of the legal framework, the main actors are introduced. The study also describes the process and funding of both parts of the programme and presents statistics as well as experiences in implementing the programme. Country Report Austria (DE) Country Report Austria (EN) Short Summary (DE / EN) EMN Synthesis Report (EN) EMN Inform (EN) EMN Inform (DE) Other Country Reports
Date/ Place: 19 December 2016, Warschau (Poland) Further Information
Date/ Place: 13 December 2016, Lisbon (Portugal) Further Information
Datum/ Ort: 23. Jänner 2017, Wien (Österreich) Veranstalter: Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen Weitere InformationenWeitere Informationen
Datum/ Ort: 3 November 2016 to 26 January 2017, Vienna (Austria) Organiser: Department of Islamic Religious Education, University of Innsbruck Further Information
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) 2 December 2016, more informatione available here (EN).
European Commission 17 November 2016, more information available here (EN).
European Commission 9 November 2016, more information available here (EN).
European Commission 18 October 2016, more information available here (EN).
Deadline: 10 February 2017 Central and Eastern European Migration Review (CEEMR) Info
Submissions are continuosly accepted. Zeitschrift für Flüchtlingsforschung Info
Deadline: not specified University of Birmingham Info
Submissions are continuosly accepted. Interkulturelles Zentrum Info