National Contact Point Austria
The European Migration Network (EMN) is an EU-wide network, consisting of National Contact Points and providing information on migration and asylum.
Studies"The Austrian regular naturalization procedure is considered as one of the strictest in the world." - the new EMN-study examine the acquisition of citizenship by foreigners in Austria. A short summary of the study as well as the Synthesis Report with the findings from other EU-Member States are also available.
StudiesNow available: the Synthesis Report, the EMN Inform and the EMN Flash with the results from all EMN member states.
Organizer: EMN Austria
29 September 2020, Vienna (Austria)
Organizer: National Contact Point Germany European Migration Network, Federal Office for Migration and Refugees
7 October 2020, online
“Challenges of Irregular Migration on the Eastern Mediterranean-Western Balkan Route in the Time of COVID-19”
Organizer: Croatian EMN Presidency e-Conference
24 June 2020
Organizer: Commission for Migration and Integration (KMI), Institute for Urban and Regional Research (ISR) of the Austrian Academy of Science (ÖAW), Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Vienna.
16 September – 18 September 2020
The European Migration Network (EMN) is co-ordinated by the European Commission with National Contact Points (NCPs) established in each EU Member State plus Norway. The EMN NCP Austria is financially supported by the European Commission and the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior.