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Harassment

AT/DE/LU: Belästigung
EE: ahistamine
ES: acoso
FI: häirintä
FR/BE/LU: harcèlement
GR: παρενόχληση
HU: zaklatás
IE: ciapadh
IT: molestia
LT: priekabiavimas
LV: uzmākšanās
MT: Molestja / Fastidju
NL/BE: intimidatie (Syn.: pesterij) (NL Syn.: treitering)
NO: trakassering / mobbing
PL: molestowanie
PT: perseguição
RO: persecuţie, hărţuire
SE: trakasserier
SI: nadlegovanje
SK: obťažovanie

Unwanted conduct related to racial or ethnic origin with the purpose or effect of violating the dignity of a person and of creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment.

Source:Council Directive 2000/43/EC

High-Level Working Group on Asylum and Migration (HLWG)

AT/DE/LU: Arbeitsgruppe “Asyl und Einwanderung” auf hoher Ebene
EE: kõrgetasemeline varjupaiga ja rände töörühm
ES: grupo de trabajo de alto nivel sobre migración y asilo
FI: Turvapaikka- ja maahanmuuttoasioiden korkean tason työryhmä (HLWG)
FR/BE/LU: Groupe de haut niveau “Asile et Migration”
GR: Ομάδα Εργασίας Υψηλού Επιπέδου για το 'Ασυλο και την Μετανάστευση
HU: Magas Szintű Menekültügyi és Migrációs Munkacsoport
IE: Grúpa Oibre Ardleibhéil ar Thearmann agus Imirce
IT: gruppo di lavoro ad alto livello in materia di asilo e migrazione
LT: Prieglobsčio ir migracijos aukšto lygio darbo grupė
LV: Augsta līmeņa darba grupa migrācijas un patvēruma jautājumos
MT: Grupp ta' Ħidma ta' Livell Għoli dwar l-Ażil u l-Migrazzjoni
NL/BE: Werkgroep op hoog niveau inzake asiel en migratie
NO: høynivågruppen for asyl og migrasjon / High-Level Working Group on Asylum and Migration
PL: Grupa Robocza Wysokiego Szczebla ds. Azylu i Migracji
PT: grupo alto nível asilo e migração
RO: Grupul de lucru la nivel înalt în domeniul migraţiei şi azilului (HLWG)
SE: Högnivågruppen för asyl och migration (HLWG)
SI: Visoka delovna skupina za azil in migracije (HLWG)
SK: Pracovná skupina na vysokej úrovni pre azyl a migráciu

A strategic group which works under the auspices of the European Council and was set up to prepare action plans for the countries of origin and transit of asylum seekers and migrants. These action plans carry out an assessment of the political, economic and human rights situation in countries of origin and provide a joint analysis of the causes and consequences of migration.


Related Terms: Article 36 Committee, Strategic Committee for Immigration, Frontiers and Asylum (SCIFA), Global Approach to Migration

Note:
The HLWG's focus, therefore, is on external relations with third countries, particularly within the context of the Global Approach to Migration.

Source:Conclusions of the General Affairs Council (December 1998)

Host Country

AT/DE/LU: Aufnahmeland
BG: Приемаща страна
EE: vastuvõttev riik
ES: país de acogida
FI: vastaanottava maa
FR/BE/LU: pays d’accueil
GR: χώρα υποδοχής
HU: fogadó ország
IE: tír aíochta
IT: paese di accoglienza
LT: priimančioji šalis / valstybė
LV: uzņemošā valsts
MT: Pajjiż li Jilqa'
NL/BE: gastland
NO: vertsland
PL: kraj przyjmujący
PT: país de acolhimento
RO: ţară gazdă
SI: gostujoča država
SK: hostiteľská krajina

In the EU context, the Member State in which a third-country national takes up legal residence.


Synonym: Receiving Country


Related Terms: Host Society, Integration, Common Basic Principles

Source:Derived by EMN

Host Society

AT/DE/LU: Aufnahmegesellschaft
BE (NL): gastmaatschappij
EE: vastuvõttev ühiskond
ES: sociedad de acogida
FI: vastaanottava yhteiskunta
FR/BE/LU: société d’accueil
GR: κοινωνία υποδοχής
HU: befogadó társadalom
IE: sochaí aíochta
IT: società di accoglienza
LT: priimančioji visuomenė
LV: vietējā sabiedrība
MT: Soċjetà li Tilqa'
NL: gastsamenleving (syn. gastmaatschappij)
NO: vertssamfunn
PL: społeczeństwo przyjmujące
PT: sociedade de acolhimento
RO: societate gazdă
SI: gostujoča družba
SK: hosťujúca spoločnosť

In the EU context, residents (both nationals and non-nationals) of a (national/regional/local) community within a Member State.


Related Terms: Host Country, Integration, Common Basic Principles

Note:
In accordance with integration being a dynamic, two-way process, the activities undertaken by the host society serve to facilitate the integration of a third-country national according to the Common Basic Principles.

Source:Derived by EMN.