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New EMN inform published: secondary movements of beneficiaries of international protection

The aim of this inform is to examine how Member States have regulated the transfer of responsibility for a beneficiary of international protection from the first State to the second State. It also explores the situation where beneficiaries of international protection, already recognised in a first State, lodge applications for international protection in a second State.

EMN inform published: Mapping of mental health policies for third-country national migrants

What are the challenges migrants face in accessing mental health services, and how are Member States addressing them? This inform maps the policies in place to help legally-residing migrants access mental health services. In most Member States, once an individual has been granted legal status to remain on the territory, they have the same access …

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New EMN inform published: Attracting and retaining international researchers

New EMN inform published: Attracting and retaining international researchersHow do Member States attract and retain international researchers? The latest inform from the European Migration Network (EMN) provides an overview of the means adopted by Member States to enhance attractiveness for international researchers, as well as main challenges and best practices to admit and retain them.Brussels, …

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Skills Mobility Partnerships: Exploring Innovative Approaches to Labour Migration

New Joint EMN-OECD inform published – Skills Mobility Partnerships: Exploring Innovative Approaches to Labour Migration.
How can Member States face the growing mobility of workers and skills shortages in the EU? This new joint EMN-OECD inform highlights experiences by EU Member States, non-EU countries and international organisations with regards to the introduction of Skills Mobility Partnerships (SMPs), a new concept that promotes a sustainable approach to skilled migration and mobility, with the aim to build skills for the benefit of both countries of origin and destination.

The use of digitalisation and artificial intelligence in migration management

To what extent could digital services support migration and asylum management? This joint EMN-OECD inform focuses on specific areas in the asylum, migration and acquisition of citizenship procedures, and border control management, where digital technologies may be used. Over recent years and following the increased use of digital technology during the COVID-19 pandemic, Member States …

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Measuring Progress To Address Statelessness In The EU and Georgia

European Migration Network has published inform “Measuring Progress To Address Statelessness In The EU and Georgia”. The inform includes information on used statelessness definitions among states, statistics, procedures and grounds for application.

EMN Inform “Exploring Legal Pathways to Meet Labour Market Needs”

The European Migration Network has published a new Inform, Exploring Legal Pathways to Fulfil Labour Needs, which examines trends, innovative methods and approaches in migration management in the context of talent partnerships aimed at legal. labour migration, mobility and skills development.

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