Wednesday, 14th of April

EMN study on seasonal workers in the EU and the UK

How are seasonal workers attracted and their rights protected in the EU Member States and the UK? According to a new study by the European Migration Network (EMN), many countries aspire to attract seasonal workers from non-EU/EEA countries to fill labour market shortages, typically in agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing sectors. Protecting the rights of seasonal workers is one of the objectives of the Seasonal Workers Directive (EU), adopted in 2016, which provides for equal treatment of third-country nationals, but also gives Member States power limit their access to certain rights.

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Joint webinar “Missing children in the European Union” (UPDATED)

We invite you to take part in the joint webinar of the EMN Contact Points of Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Luxembourg on “Missing Children in the European Union”, which will take place on Thursday, 3 December 2020, from 11:00 to 14:00 This webinar is the first of two events jointly organized by four EMN NCPs […]

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Webinar on The impact of COVID-19 on remittances in EU and OECD countries (updated)

UPDATED: The record of webinar you can find here. As well please find presentations of speakers down below. We are pleased to invite you to join the upcoming EMN-OECD Webinar “The impact of COVID-19 on remittances in EU and OECD countries” on Tuesday 1 December 2020 at 14.00 (CET). The event will serve to launch […]

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ONLINE WEBINAR: MAINTAINING LABOUR MIGRATION IN ESSENTIAL SECTORS IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC

On 21 October 2020,  European Migration Network (EMN) and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) held an online webinar on maintaining labour migration in essential sectors in times of pandemic. The webinar included the presentation of the inform. The inform provides information on whether workers, particularly in sectors relevant to the economy, were granted […]

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APPLICATION OF THE ASYLUM AND MIGRATION GLOSSARY IN LATVIAN LANGUAGE

Version 6 of the European Migration Network’s Asylum and Migration Glossary is now available on the phone in Latvian. Download the EMN Glossary app on your phone: Android for users and iOS users. For those who have already downloaded the app, please update it. Select the Latvian language in the settings and find the term […]

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Impact of COVID19 on international students

How did the pandemic affect international students coming to the EU and OECD countries and how did states respond? Some EU and OECD countries modified or adapted their admission processes at the national level, sometimes in cooperation with HEIs. Many countries introduced temporary measures to mitigate the financial impact that COVID-19 is having on international […]

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Citizenship as a value

(online) Annual National EMN Luxembourg Conference “Citizenship as a value” 1 October 2020, 09:00-16:00 (CEST) Citizenship as a concept makes us think about a certain national identity, and emotions caused by belonging to this one identity. It also makes us think about civil and political engagement and rights. On the other hand, citizenship is a […]

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EMN and OECD launch a joint series of publications on COVID-19 and migration

The European Migration Network (EMN) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) have launched a collaboration that will result in a series of informs on the impact of COVID-19 in different areas of migration in the EU Members States, Norway and the UK. The first publication was released on the 30th of July.

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Webinar “(EU Member) States responses to managing residence permits and migrant unemployment during the COVID-19 pandemic”

European Migration Network (EMN) – Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) 30 July 2020, 10.30 – 11.45 (CEST)   We are pleased to invite you to join the upcoming EMN-OECD Webinar “(EU Member) States responses to managing residence permits and migrant unemployment during the COVID-19 pandemic” on Thursday 30 July 2020 at 10.30 (CEST). […]

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Pathways to citizenship for third-country nationals in the EU

While the number of new migrants who have arrived in the EU in recent years has increased, the number of individuals granted citizenship of an EU Member State has declined, according to the new European Migration Network (EMN) study. The study provides a comparative overview of access to national citizenship through naturalisation for new migrants […]

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