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EMV:n uutiskirje toukokuu 2010

 

Ohessa tietoa Euroopan muuttoliikeverkoston toukokuun uutuuksista ja päivityksistä.

 

Toukokuussa saapuneet Ad Hoc -kyselyiden yhteenvedot

 

Turvapaikka ja pakolaisuus

  • SK: Granting International Protection to Couples of Armenian and Armenian - Azerbaijani Origin
  • AT: Afghan Asylum-Seekers
  • Maahanmuutto

  • SK: Registration of EEA-Citizens Concerned to Report Their Presence in a Member State
  • PL: Illegal Migration in the Mediterranean Sea Basin
  • FR: Agreements on the Re-admission of Irregular Immigrants Signed with Vietnam
  • PT: Travel Document (Convention of 28th July 1951)
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    Euroopan muuttoliikeverkostolle valittiin uusi logo

    EMV:n toukokuun työkokouksessa verkostolle valittiin uusi logo joka näkyy alla. Se korvaa nykyisen vaiheittain kaikessa esittelymateriaalissa sekä nettisivuilla, julkaisuissa ja raporteissa. Logosta on myös tulossa kansallinen versio, jossa teksti lyhenteen alla on suomeksi Euroopan muuttoliikeverkosto.

    logo-EMN new

    Uusi logo löytyy jo Suomen vuoden 2009 Annual Policy Reportin kannesta joka löytyy sähköisenä versiona vuoden 2009 raportit kohdasta

     

    Kansallisen verkoston jäsenten kategoriat muuttuivat

    Päätimme selkeyden vuoksi nimetä kategoriat uudelleen muotoon: henkilöjäsenet ja organisaatiojäsenet. Tämä tehtiin koska haluamme selventää ettei muuttoliikealan tutkijana toimiminen ole vaatimus jäsenyydelle, vaan kansalliseen verkostoon ovat tervetulleet kaikki alasta kiinnostuneet toimijat.

     

    Hyödyllistä uutta luettavaa

     

  • The 1st Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum, published as:
    Report: COM(2010) 214 final

    Commission Staff Working Paper: SEC(2010) 535 final

  • The Action Plan on Unaccompanied Minors (in EN, FR, DE), see also  http://ec.europa.eu/commission_2010-2014/malmstrom/news/default_en.htm#20100506. The EMN's study is very prominent amongst in the Press Release. 

  • A study conducted for the Commission's ВЕРА by the IOM identifying the existing admission and residence procedures unskilled and low-skilled third-country nationals need to comply with to enter EU's 27 labour markets, which is of relevance to the study on satisfying labour demand. It can be accessed here.

  • The FRA summary report on ‘Separated, asylum-seeking children in European Union Member States,’see http://fra.europa.eu/fraWebsite/news_and_events/infocus10_3004_en.htm

  • Latest Data in Focus from Eurostat on Asylum applicants and first instance decisions on asylum applications in Q4 2009, available from http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_OFFPUB/KS-QA-10-018/EN/KS-QA-10-018-EN.PDF.

  • The Commission's Work Programme 2010, see http://ec.europa.eu/atwork/programmes/index_en.htm, and relevant Sections are 3.2, 3.3 and 4.3.

  • A European Parliament Note on The Status of Persons Who Have Been Denied Refugee Status and Who Cannot be Returned to Their Country of Origin, available from http://www.europarl.europa.eu/activities/committees/studies/download.do?language=en&file=30457 (also in FR).

  • The European Economic and Social Committee adopted Opinion on the Integration of immigrant workers, see http://www.eesc.europa.eu/sections/soc/immigration_asylum.htm, which also lists other relevant (draft) Opinions.

  • A report from the ILO on international labour migration - a rights-based approach, see http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/lib.nsf/db900sid/SMAR-8453BT/$file/ILO_rights_based_approach.pdf?openelement.

  • U.S. Legal Permanent Residents: 2009 (http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/statistics/publications/lpr_fr_2009.pdf) and Data on Legal Permanent Residents (http://www.dhs.gov/files/statistics/publications/LPR09.shtm)

  • Latest Newsletter from CARIM, see http://www.carim.org/public/emresources/newsletter/No_04/#A.

  • New Newsletter from the European Union Democracy Observatory, see http://emktgservice.com/bump/newsletter/n,1H6A1IJO1160T05WYNN2,B1284DBX2O4ROETPWFJP.html.

  • Joint Project between the Task Force against Trafficking in Human Beings (TF-THB) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on Fostering NGO-Law Enforcement Cooperation in Preventing and Combating Human Trafficking in, from and to the Baltic Sea Region. The Final Report of the project can be accessed from the web page below.

    http://www.cbss.org/Civil-Security-and-the-Human-Dimension/joint-tf-thb-and-unodc-project

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    Mukavaa kesän alkua,

     

    Kielo, Riikka, Heidi ja Rafael