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.
StudiesOut now, the EMN study on the integration of migrant women in the EU.
GlossaryNow available: The updated EMN Glossary 6.0 with the most relevant terms and definitions related to asylum and migration. You can also order a printed version of this publication.
Organizer: European University Institute
26 June - 7 July 2023, Florence
The 19th Migration Summer School will provide an opportunity for participants to be able to learn about recent trends in research on the transnational governance of international migration, asylum and mobility.
Application deadline: Monday, 27 February 2023 at 22:00 (CET)
Organizer: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies & Migration Policy Centre
23 January 2023, Florence/hybrid
Join this hybrid seminar that will explore the protection gaps between the rights of all individuals as articulated in European human rights standards and the experiences of irregular migrants living and working across EU Member States.
Delivering and (re-)producing social inequalities in a diverse society: Insights from welfare state institutions and street-level bureaucrats’ practices
Organizer: Department for Migration and Globalisation, University for Continuing Education Krems
26 January 2023
The interdisciplinary seminar series on migration research at the Department for Migration and Globalisation at the University of Continuing Education Krems focuses on the work of scholars who deal with migration in some capacity.
The European Migration Network (EMN) is coordinated by the European Commission with National Contact Points established in each EU Member State (except Denmark) plus in EMN Observer Countries including Norway, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, the Ukraine, Montenegro, Armenia, and Serbia. The National Contact Point Austria is financed by the European Commission and the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior.