Comprises three main tasks:
- supervision and responsibility for increasing the performance of others,
- allocating labour, material and capital to produce a high return,
- decision making.
Comprises three main tasks:
Results of human activity, such as chemical spills, industrial accidents, marine pollution, war and terrorist attacks.
Arrival in the EU of a large number of displaced persons, who come from a specific country or geographical area, whether their arrival in the EU was spontaneous or aided, for example through an evacuation programme. Displaced persons are non-EU nationals or stateless persons who have had to leave their country or region of origin, or have been evacuated, in particular in response to an appeal by international organisations, and who are unable to return in safe and durable conditions because of the situation prevailing in that country.
Reception conditions that include housing, food and clothing, provided in kind or as financial allowances or in vouchers, and a daily expenses allowance.
A broader-term of an immigrant and emigrant, referring to a person who leaves one country or region to settle in another, often in search of a better life.
A person who is to be engaged, is engaged or has been engaged in a remunerated activity in a State of which he or she is not a national.
The movement of a person or a group of persons, either across an international border (international migration), or within a State (internal migration). It is a population movement, encompassing any kind of movement of people, whatever its length, composition and causes; it includes migration of refugees, displaced persons, economic migrants and persons moving for other purposes, including family reunification.
In the EU context, a broader-term of an immigration and emigration, i.e. the action by which a person either:
The number of migrants crossing a boundary, within a specific time period, for the purpose of establishing residence.
A tool to bring together and analyse all the relevant information needed to develop policy in the field of migration and development and to monitor the impact of policies implemented.
A person who, according to the law of his/her respective country, is under the age of majority, i.e. is not yet entitled to exercise specific civil and political rights.
Provide the overall framework for managing various forms of legal movement between the EU and non-EU countries. Such partnerships are agreed with those non-EU countries committed to fighting illegal immigration and that have effective mechanisms for readmission.
The attempt to conceal or disguise the ownership or source of the proceeds of criminal activity and to integrate them into the legitimate financial systems in such a way that they cannot be distinguished from assets acquired by legitimate means. Typically this involves the conversion of cash-based proceeds into account-based forms of money.
Provides non-EU national seasonal workers access to seasonal employment for several consecutive years.