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.

2024
Labour market integration of beneficiaries of temporary protection from Ukraine

Employment is pivotal for the integration of migrants and refugees. The joint EMN-OECD inform focuses on this important issue of labour market integration in regard to beneficiaries of temporary protection from Ukraine across EMN Member and Observer Countries as well as non-EU OECD countries. It offers an analysis of employment trends, policy priorities and labour market integration measures in host countries. Moreover, it points to challenges, such as skills mismatches.

Family reunification for beneficiaries of international protection

The right to family life is a human right, and family reunification can play an important role in the integration of refugees. How do EMN Member and Observer Countries regulate family reunification of recognized refugees/beneficiaries of international protection, and what are the differences? This EMN inform sheds light on these questions by examining the varied practices in application submission, timelines, and requirements.

Digitalisation of identity documents and residence permits issued to third-country nationals

How can digital IDs transform migration? This EMN inform sheds light on the adoption and use of digital identity documentation and residence permits for third-country nationals. From security concerns to improved accessibility, this inform delves into the challenges and advantages linked to digital-only documents across 25 EMN Member and Observer Countries.

 

Access to autonomous housing in the context of international protection

This EMN inform delves into the challenges and existing support services in accessing autonomous housing for international protection beneficiaries and applicants. From shortages in the private housing market to language barriers, this inform covers the multifaceted challenges reshaping the journey to housing in EMN Member and Observer Countries.

 

2023
Integration of applicants for international protection in the labour market

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

Resettlement, Humanitarian Admission and Sponsorship Schemes

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

Displacement and migration related to disasters, climate change and environmental degradation

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

Statelessness in the European Union, Norway and Georgia

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

Accompanied children’s right to be heard in international protection procedures

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

Prospects for displaced persons in non-EU first reception and transit countries

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