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The European Migration Network (EMN) is an EU network of migration and asylum experts who work together to provide objective, comparable policy-relevant information and knowledge on emerging issues relating to asylum and migration in Europe.
The EMN was established in 2008 (Council Decision 2008/381/EC) and amended by Regulation (EU) No 516/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council in April 2014. The Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs of the European Commission coordinates the EMN.
On the 4 March 2022, the Council adopted the implementing decision introducing temporary protection due to mass influx of persons fleeing Ukraine as a consequence of the war.
Temporary protection is an exceptional measure to provide immediate and temporary protection to displaced persons from non-EU countries and those unable to return to their country of origin.
The EMN members page provides a list of useful links to official websites, where information on entry and stay of Ukrainian nationals can be found.
The European Migration Network (EMN) has released its Annual Report on Migration and Asylum, providing an overview of the key developments in the EU Member States, Norway and Georgia in 2021.
New EMN study published: Detention and Alternatives to detention in international protection and return procedures
What are the procedures established by Member States to place a person in detention or providing an alternative to detention? The latest study from the European Migration Network provides a comparative overview of the similarities, differences, challenges, and best practices in the use of detention
How 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.
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