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Transition of unaccompanied minors to adulthood

The EMN inform “transition of unaccompanied minors to adulthood” explores the challenges and legal systems faced by unaccompanied minors when they reach adulthood and grow out of care systems designed to protect children and adolescents, in EU Member States and Norway. Unaccompanied minors face not only the transition from childhood to adulthood, but potentially a …

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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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