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The European Migration Network produces 3–4 thematic studies per year. The thematic studies address a specific migration-related theme that is current or otherwise relevant. The themes are selected on the basis of proposals made by the National Contact Points and the European Commission. The National Contact Points first prepare national reports regarding the study, based on which the Commission’s service provider writes an EU-level synthesis report. The synthesis reports are available on our website and the EMN’s international website. The national reports concerning Finland are available on our website in bilingual publications in Finnish and English.

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Integration of migrant women – National Report of Finland

The Finnish national report for this EMN study discusses the extent to which the special characteristics of the integration of migrant women have been taken into consideration in Finnish integration policy. This study covers women who have moved to Finland from third countries. The first part examines, in light of statistics, the backgrounds of women who migrate to Finland as well as their most significant opportunities and challenges related to integration. The second part of the study examines solutions to improve the integration of migrant women through integration policy. Third part introduces selected best practices of promoting the integration of migrant women.

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EMN Study – Integration of migrant women

This EMN study focuses on the main areas covered by the EU Action plan on Integration and Inclusion 2021-2027 that support the integration of migrant women for example in education and training, employment and skills, health and housing as these are considered by the Action Plan the base for societal integration. The study examines how Member States consider the distinct situation of migrant women in their integration policies and measures.

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Detention and alternatives to detention in international protection and return procedures – EU Level Study

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.

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Detection, identification and protection of third-country national victims of trafficking in human beings – National Report of Finland

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.

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Third-country national victims of trafficking in human beings: detection, identification and protection – EU Level Study

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.

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Responses to long-term irregularly staying migrants: practices and challenges in the EU and Norway – EU Level Study

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.

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Detention and Alternatives to Detention in International Protection and Return Procedures – National Report of Finland

The purpose of this report is to describe the Finnish legislation related to detention and less coercive precautionary measures and provide practical information on the degree to which precautionary measures are used. Furthermore, the report discusses the views of the police, the Border Guard and the Ministry of the Interior concerning whether less coercive precautionary measures really are an effective means of establishing an individual’s identity or the conditions for their entry into the country or, alternatively, to ensure their removal from the country.

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Data management in the asylum procedure – National Report of Finland

This EMN study focuses on the data collected by various actors involved in the asylum procedure in Finland. It also looks into data protection, information given to applicants in the process, as well as the applicants’ access to data. The study covers the years 2015 to 2020, pointing out the reforms and challenges in data management during this period.

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Responses to long-term irregularly staying migrants: practices and challenges in EU Member States and Norway – National Report of Finland

The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of Finland’s responses to the phenomenon of irregular stay. This study aims to shed light on the practices developed in Finland to prevent this phenomenon as well as the most significant challenges faced in this area in Finland.

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Attracting and protecting seasonal workers from third countries in the EU – National Report of Finland

The study maps the profiles of seasonal workers and sectors that typically employ seasonal workers. In additional, the study examines national measures aimed at attracting seasonal workers to Finland.