The network’s key outputs include annual reports on migration and asylum, thematic studies, Informs on issues of immediate priority, ad-hoc queries, and the EMN Asylum and Migration Glossary.
All publications from 2017 onwards are available on our website. To request older publications, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Studies and reports are sometimes also published in print. The publications are also available on the network’s international website(siirryt toiseen palveluun).
This study aimed to identify similarities, differences, practical challenges, and best practices in the use of detention and alternatives to detention in the Member States within the framework of both international protection and return procedures. The study paid special attention to the use of detention and alternatives to detention in relation to vulnerable persons such as minors, families with children, pregnant women, and people with special needs.
This inform strives to examine the impact of incentives and motives on a third-country national’s decision to depart voluntarily. Incentives refer to the measures offered by national authorities to encourage a third-country national to return voluntarily to a country. Motives, on the other hand, refer to the personal and contextual reasons on which a third-country national will make their decision to voluntarily depart or not.
This report gives an overview of the developments in immigration and asylum policy that have taken place in Finland in 2021. The report goes through developments in legislation, policy and practice. The report also contains a wide array of immigration statistics
This inform maps the policies in place in European Union (EU) Member States to provide support to legally residing migrants and ensure their access to mental health services. It focuses on the underlying challenges that migrants face in accessing mental health services, and the practices developed by Member States to address these challenges. This inform focuses on all third-country nationals who legally reside in the EU, including refugees. Migrants in irregular situations are not included in the scope of this inform.
This inform provides information related to the implementation of the Temporary Protection Directive (TPD), triggered in response to the refugee crisis caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022. According to UNHCR, as of 4 May 2022, over 5,7 million Ukrainians (mainly women and children) have left Ukraine in search of safety, primarily arriving in neighbouring EU and third countries (including Moldova). This inform relates to the scope of the Temporary Protection Directive, as well as registration of persons fleeing the war in Ukraine. The analysis in this inform is based on contributions provided by 26 Member States.
This inform maps the policies in place in European Union (EU) Member States to provide support to legally residing migrants and ensure their access to mental health services. It focuses on the underlying challenges that migrants face in accessing mental health services, and the practices developed by Member States to address these challenges.
This inform explores challenges and good practices to attract and retain international researchers, and analyses the implementation of the Students and Researchers Directive and relevant national policies, schemes and practices in the EU Member States.
This inform summarises the results of the EMN study of the same title which aims to explore the national practices of detection, identification and protection of third-country national victims of trafficking in human beings between 2015 and 2020.
The national report of Finland based on the study ‘Third-country national victims of trafficking in human beings: detection, identification and protection’. The purpose of this report is to establish an overview of Finnish practices pertaining to the detection, identification and protection of third-country national victims of trafficking in human beings. The report also highlights key challenges and good practices that have emerged in anti-trafficking efforts over the years.
This study aims to provide an overview of existing policies and practices in the EU Member States and Norway towards third-country nationals in a prolonged situation of irregular stay. The overall focus is on those third-country nationals subject to a return decision but whose return was not enforced or was postponed, and those without a return decision who are unknown to the authorities.