With the Informs series of publications, the European Migration Network (EMN) provides concise summaries of the most significant findings on a specific topic — gathered from sources such as studies and Ad-Hoc Queries — and presented in a form suitable for use by policymakers.

2022
Third-Country National Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Detention and Alternatives to Detention in International Protection and Return Procedures

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Attracting and Retaining International Researchers

The corresponding Ad-Hoc Queries to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Preventing, Detecting and Tackling Situations Where Authorisations to Reside in the EU for the Purpose of Study Are Misused for Other Purposes

The corresponding Ad-Hoc Queries to this EMN Inform can be found here.

EMN-OECD Inform: Skills Mobility Partnerships

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Children in Migration

The corresponding Ad-Hoc Queries to this EMN Inform can be found here.

2021
Long-Term Irregular Staying Migrants: Practices and Challenges

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Exploring Legal Pathways to Fulfil Labour Needs

The corresponding Ad-Hoc Queries to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Accurate, timely, interoperable? Data management in the asylum procedure

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Separated and Missing Migrants

The corresponding Ad-Hoc Queries to this EMN Inform can be found here.