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Title: Annual Policy Report 2006
Table of Contents
Disclaimer and Explanatory Note
Executive Summary
1. INTRODUCTION
2. POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS
2.1 Local Elections
2.2 National elections
2.3 Institutional developments
Table 1: Overview of institutional developments which occurred in 2006
2.4 Other developments
3. POLICY DEVELOPMENTS INCLUDING RELATED LEGISLATION
3.1 Refugee Protection and Asylum
3.2 Unaccompanied Minors
3.3 Migration Control
3.3.1 Schengen acquis
3.3.2 Identity establishment
3.3.3 Health screening
3.3.4 Identity documents
3.3.5 Residence permits
3.4 Economic Migration
3.4.1 Highly-skilled Workers
3.4.2 Labour shortages in Austria, Estonia and Latvia
3.4.3 Other related aspects
3.5 Family Reunification
3.6 Citizenship and Naturalisation
3.7 Integration
3.7.1 Language training
3.7.2 Specific Measures to support Muslim integration
3.7.3 Healthcare
3.7.4 Racism
3.8 Illegal immigration – Trafficking and Regularisations
3.9 Return Migration
4. IMPLEMENTATION OF EU LEGISLATION
4.1 Council Directive 2000/43/EC of 29 June 2000 implementing the principle of equal treatment between persons irrespective of racial or ethnic origin and Council Directive 2000/78/EC of 27 November 2000 establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation
4.2 Council Directive 2003/9/EC of 27 January 2003 laying down minimum standards for the reception of asylum seekers
4.3 Council Directive 2003/86/EC of 22 September 2003 on the right to family reunification
4.4 Council Directive 2003/109/EC of 25 November 2003 concerning the status of third-country nationals who are long-term residents
4.5 Council Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States
4.6 Council Directive 2004/83/EC of 29 April 2004 on minimum standards for the qualification an
Series Title: European Migration Network - Annual Policy Report ; 2006
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2007
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumEuropean Lawpolicy on refugeesintegrationmigration
Subject: European Community law in generalAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: European Migration Network - Annual Policy Report
Abstract
Provides an overall insight into the most significant political discussions, legal developments, as well as enforcement policies and administrative practices in the participating Member States within the field of migration and asylum [Author vide Copyright]
Series Title: European Migration Network
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Year: unknown
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumEuropean Lawpolicy on refugeesmigration
Subject: European Community law in generalBranches of administrative lawAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Opinion of the Experts Group on Trafficking in Human Beings on trafficking in human beings in the context of the
elaboration of a new multiannual program building an area of freedom, security and justice, the Tampere II-agenda
Author (Corp. Body): Experts group on trafficking in human beings European Commission Directorate General Justice and Home affairs | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumlaw on aliensslave trade
Subject: European Community external relations and associated countriesEuropean Community law in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Annual Policy Report 2005
Table of Contents
DISCLAIMER
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Main groups of migrants, refugees and asylum applicants
1.2 General trends in emigration and immigration
1.3 Recent changes
2 POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS
2.1 General structure of the political system and institutional context relevant to migration and asylum
2.2 General political developments
2.3 Central policy debates and political developments related to migration, integration and asylum issues
2.3.1 Managed immigration
2.3.2 Gates of entry and border control
2.3.3 Integration and settlement
2.3.4 Refugee protection and asylum
2.3.5 Citizenship and naturalisation
2.3.6 Return
2.3.7 Other policy debates and political developments
2.4 Institutional developments
3 LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS IN THE AREA OF MIGRATION AND ASYLUM
3.1 General structure of the legal system
3.2 Legislative developments
3.2.1 Managed immigration
3.2.2 Gates of entry and border control
3.2.3 Integration and settlement
3.2.4 Refugee protection and asylum
3.2.5 Citizenship and naturalisation
3.2.6 Return
3.2.7 Other legislative developments
3.3 Implementation of EU legislation
4 OTHER POLICY IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES
4.1 Labour market and employment
4.2 Housing and urban development
4.3 Education
4.4 Health care
4.5 Family, youth and the elderly
4.6 Women
4.7 Vulnerable groups
4.8 Discrimination
Series Title: European Migration Network - Annual Policy Report ; 2005
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2006
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumEuropean Lawpolicy on refugeesintegrationmigration
Subject: European Community law in generalAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Managed Migration and the Labour Market
Title (other): The Health Sector
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1. Introduction
1.1 Methodology
2. Topical Issues in Health Sector and Role of Migration
3. The Employment of Migrants in the Health Sector
4. Entry and Recognition of Qualifications
4.1 Entry Procedure
4.2 Ethical Recruitment Policy
4.3 Recognition of Qualifications
4.4 Validation of Qualifications
4.5 Linguistic Requirements
5. Policy Initiatives
6. Concluding Remarks
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2006
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor marketright of asylumEuropean Lawhealth care delivery systemmigration
Subject: European Community law in generalEmployment services. Professional qualifications. Personnel managementMedical staff. VeterinariansAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on the feasibility of establishing a mechanism for the relocation of beneficiaries of international protection :
JLX/2009/ERFX/PR/1005 ; Final report
Table of Contents
0. Executive summary
1. Introduction
1.1 Purpose of the study
1.2 Methodology
1.3 Policy background
...
2. Past experiences of relocation of beneficiaries of international protection
...
3. Problem definition and possible solutions
3.1 The main challenges
3.2 Responding to the challenges
3.3 Summary
4. The options
4.1 Option I „Relocation according to a pre-determined quota?
4.2 Option II: „Relocation and burden-sharing on an ad hoc basis?
4.3 The impact of the quota in Option 1
5. Political implications
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Relocation for whom?
5.3 How many places for relocation, and where?
5.4 Would relocation be a pull factor?
5.5 Role of the Commission and of the European Asylum Support Office
5.6 The position of the 26 Member States concerning the two options
...
5.7 Summing up on the political implications
5.8 Concluding on the feasibility of the two Options (political implications)
6. Legal implications
6.1 National legal implications
6.2 Legal implications with respect to the current EU legal framework
...
6.3 Summing up on legal implications
6.4 Concluding on the feasibility of the two Options (legal implications)
7. Financial implications
7.1 Costs of relocation
...
7.2 The Options
...
7.3 Summing up on financial feasibility
7.4 Concluding on the feasibility of the two Options (financial implications)
8. Comparison between options
9. Alternatives to relocation
10. Conclusions
SUPPLEMENTS
Annex
Annex A: List of Interviewees
Annex B: References
Annex C: Simulation data
Annex D: Financial Data
Annex E: Interview guides
Annex F: Literature review
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Rambøll Management, Kopenhagen | EurAsylum
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Inneres
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: JLS/2009/ERFX/PR/1005 - 70092056 | JLX/2009/ERFX/PR/1005
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumEUpolicy on refugeeslegal usageresettlement
Subject: European Community law in generalHuman rightsAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on the legal framework and administrative practices in the Member States of the European Communities regarding
reception conditions for persons seeking international protection : Final Report ; Part A: Comparative Analysis of
Reception Conditions for Persons seeking protection in the Member States of the European Union
Abstract
Report A presents the results of the comparative analysis of legal rules and practices governing reception conditions for asylum seekers in the 15 member states of the European Union. The comparative analysis has generally been carried out in three stages with the purpose of identifying patterns in the reception conditions offered by member states: 1. Synoptic tables comparing individual issues have been compiled on the basis of all the information gathered. 2. The information has been analysed with the primary purpose of describing differences and similarities among member states. 3. Relevant summary tables and information are presented and discussed in the report. [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
1.1 Background of the study
1.1.1 ...
1.2 Contents of reports
1.2.1 ...
1.3 Sources of information
1.4 Executive summary of report A
2. Statistical trends
2.1 Trends in numbers of asylum seekers
2.2 Trends in statuses granted
2.3 Costs incurred in the pre-asylum phase
3. Trends regarding the political atmosphere surrounding foreigners
3.1 Atmosphere surrounding asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants
3.2 Attitudes towards common EU legislation on asylum
4. Patterns in the development of the legal framework and organization of the asylum procedure
4.1 Overall conditions for understanding differences in the pre-asylum phase
4.2 Development in the main legal frameworks governing the pre-asylum phase
4.3 Changes in the asylum procedures
4.3.1 ...
4.4 Statuses
4.5 Deportation or expulsion
4.6 Concluding remarks
5. Reception conditions for persons seeking protection
5.1 Social rights of asylum seekers compared to rights of ordinary citizens
5.2 Accommodation
5.2.1 ...
5.3 Access to education
5.3.1 ...
5.4 Access to health care
5.4.1 ...
5.5 Means of subsistence
5.5.1 ...
5.6 Access to the labour market
5.6.1 ...
6. Rules on detention and restrictions in free movement
6.1 The main use of detention
6.2 Access to appeal
6.3 Decisive authority
6.4 Length of detention
6.5 Other restrictions on free movement
7. Special conditions for certain groups
7.1 Conditions depending on the stage or expected outcome of procedure
7.1.1 ...
7.2 Differences in treatment between people seeking asylum and those seeking temporary protection
7.2.1 ...
7.3 Special conditions for vulnerable groups
7.3.1 ...
8. Extension of legal rights
8.1 Universal rights
8.2 Near-universal rights
8.3 Seldom-granted rights
Author (Corp. Body): PLS RAMBOLL Management
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedureEUadministrative procedure
Subject: European Community law in generalHuman rights
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Annual Activity Report 2010
Author (Corp. Body): Agentur der Europäischen Union für Grundrechte, Wien
Year: 2011
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumracism
Subject: Society and social groups
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Child-specific provisions in the Common European Asylum Package : Proposals of 4 May 2016 and 13 July 2016
Abstract
On 4 May and 13 July 2016, the Commission presented two comprehensive sets of legislative proposals to reform the Common European Asylum System (CEAS). These include a number of amended and newly introduced provisions related to children (unaccompanied and accompanied). This extract serves as an aid to facilitate identification of child-specific provisions in the following legislative proposals.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Asylum Procedures Regulation
Reception Conditions Directive
Qualifications Regulation
Dublin Regulation
EURODAC Regulation
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission
Year: 2016
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedureEUEuropean Commissionpolicy on refugeeschild
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsHuman rights
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on the feasibility of processing asylum claims outside the EU against the background of the Common European Asylum
System and the goal of a Common Asylum Procedure : Final report
Abstract
With the development towards comprehensive and more sophisticated border control regimes, the problem of protection seekers’ access to EU territory has increasingly come into focus. Disorderly movement is presently the main avenue to safety in the EU, and human smugglers act as important facilitators. Single European states have sought ways out of this dilemma, and pioneered techniques of externalised processing. One of them is the operation of Protected Entry Procedures from the platform of diplomatic representations, allowing a non-national-to approach the potential host state outside its territory with a claim for asylum or other form of international protection, and-to be granted an entry permit in case of a positive response to that claim, be it preliminary or final.Provided they are well-crafted, Protected Entry Procedures could drain parts of the market for human smuggling, attract bona fide refugees who presently opt for the smuggling services and thereby decrease the total number of disorderly arrivals and partially eliminate the problem of returning the rejected caseload. An obvious security advantage for states is to know in advance who wishes to enter their territory. In addition, important synergies with integration and labour immigration policies can be created.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Background
1.2 Objective of the Study
1.3 Methodology
1.4 Defining Protected Entry Procedures and Related Concepts
1.5 Convergence Areas between Protected Entry Procedures and Other Protection Regimes
2 Processing Asylum Claims Outside the EU: Historical Precedents and Current Debates
2.1 Protection and Evacuation by Embassies during the Holocaust
2.2 Post-War Practices and Debates
...
3 The Legal Dimensions of Protected Entry Procedures
3.1 The Relevance of International, Supranational and Domestic Law
3.2 The Applicability of Protective Norms of International Law
...
3.3 Protected Entry Procedures and the Law of the European Union
4 Modelling Protected Entry Procedures
4.1 Protected Entry Procedures and its Relation to Other Systems of Refugee Protection
...
4.2 Unilateral Approaches or Multilateral Cooperation?
4.3 Inclusiveness and Formalisation
4.4 Filter Elements in Protected Entry Procedures
...
5 Benefits and Drawbacks of Protected Entry Procedures
5.1 Enhanced Control and the Gradual Drainage of the Smuggling Market
5.2 Will Numbers Increase, Decrease or Remain Unaffected?
5.3 Trade-Offs in the Area of Beneficiaries’ Substantive and Procedural Rights
...
5.4 Reception During Procedures and the Rejected Caseload
5.5 Risk and Cost Redistribution
5.6 Potential Synergies with Integration Policies
5.7 Potential Synergies with Labour Immigration Policies
5.8 The Added Value of the EU in Crafting External Processing Regimes
6 Current Systems for Processing Asylum Claims Outside the EU and Selected Host States
6.1 Practice in States Operating Formal Protected Entry Procedures
...
| 6.2 Practice in States Not Operating a Formal Protected Entry Procedure
...
6.3 Practice in Three Non-EU Resettlement Countries
...
7 The Development Potential of External Processing in Europe
7.1 Comparative Overview and Critical Analysis of Existing Solutions...
...
7.2Future Scenarios for Processing Asylum Claims Outside the EU
...
8 Conclusions
Table of Cases
Bibliography
Author: Noll, Gregor ; 1139136186 | Fagerlund, Jessica | Liebaut, Fabrice
Contributer: The Danish Centre for Human rights
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz, Freiheit und Sicherheit
Year: 2002
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumright of asylumAustraliaDenmarkEUFranceGreat Britaininternational law
Canadaslave trademigrationNetherlandsAustriaprotectionismlawSwitzerlandSpainUnited States of America
Subject: European Community external relationsEuropean Community treaties and agreementsHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Austria. General ResourcesSwitzerland. General ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesDenmark
SpainFranceUnited KingdomNetherlandsCanadaUSAAustralia
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Title: Changing Influx of Asylum Seekers 2014-2016 : Synthesis Report for the EMN Study
Abstract
All (Member) States have historically experienced changes in the influx of applicants for international protection and other migrants, typically coinciding with conflicts worldwide and changes to migratory routes into the EU. However, in 2014-2016 (Member) States experienced an unprecedented influx of incoming applicants for international protection: the number of applications lodged rose to 1 320 000 million in 2015 and 1 260 000 million in 2016, though the scale and peak moments differed greatly between (Member) States. The mass influx led to backlogs of registrations of international protection applications, pressures on reception centres, and other operational and organisational challenges. (Member) States took numerous measures across different areas to deal with this unprecedented influx.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Study aims
1.2 Study rationale
1.3 Scope and approach of the study
1.4 EU legal and policy context
1.5 Structure of the report
2 NATIONAL CONTEXTS
2.1 Fluctuations in 2014-2016
2.2 Legislative and policy changes in 2014-2016
2.3 Cooperation at national level
2.4 Cooperation at international level
3 NATIONAL RESPONSES TO FLUCTUATIONS IN 2014-2016
3.1 Main areas
3.1.1. Border control and law enforcement
3.1.2. Reception services
3.1.3. Wider reception services
3.1.4. Registration procedures
3.1.5. Asylum procedures
3.1.6. Integration measures
3.1.7. Impact of the influx on adjacent areas: family reunification
3.2 Involvement of non-state entities
3.3 The role of local authorities
4 FINANCING AND STAFFING OF THE IMPLEMENTED MEASURES
4.1 Methods of financing
4.2 Impact on staff and internal organisation of national authorities
5 SCALING DOWN OR DISMANTLING MEASURES FOLLOWING A DECREASE IN NUMBERS
6 FUTURE PREPAREDNESS
7 CHALLENGES, GOOD PRACTICES AND LESSONS LEARNT
7.1 Challenges
7.2 Good practices and lessons learnt
8 CONCLUSIONS
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission
Year: 2018
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumright of asylumasylum procedureEUborder protectionintegrationmigrationlegal usage
Subject: FrontiersEuropean Community law in generalHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: The effectiveness of return in EU Member States 2017 : Synthesis Report for the EMN Focussed Study
Abstract
The return of illegally-staying third-country nationals is one of the main pillars of the EU’s policy on migration and asylum. However, recent Eurostat data show that return rates at EU level have not improved despite the important increase in the number of rejected asylum applications and in the number of return decisions issued since 2014. In its 2015 EU Action Plan on Return and subsequently in its 2017 Communication on a more effective return policy and the accompanying Recommendation, the Commission emphasised the need for a stronger enforcement of EU rules on return in order to increase the overall effectiveness of the EU’s return policy. The EMN conducted this study with the purpose of investigating good practices and challenges in Member States’ application of EU rules on return and equivalent standards.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
KEY POINTS TO NOTE
MAIN FINDINGS
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Study rationale
1.2 Study context
1.3 Study aims
1.4 Scope of the study
1.5 Structure of the report
2 CONTEXTUAL OVERVIEW OF THE NATIONAL SITUATION CONCERNING THE RETURN OF THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONALS
2.1 National measures implementing the Return Directive or equivalent standards
2.2 Return of irregularly staying third-country nationals as a priority in Member States
3 SYSTEMATIC ISSUANCE OF RETURN DECISIONS
3.1 Authorities involved in the issuance of a return decision
3.2 Issuance of return decisions
3.3 Timing, validity and scope of return decisions
3.4 Guarantees concerning the issuance of the return decision
4 RISK OF ABSCONDING
4.1 Objective circumstances constituting a rebuttable presumption of the existence of a risk of absconding
4.2 Measures aiming to avoid the risk of absconding
4.3 Challenges in determining the existence of a risk of absconding
5 EFFECTIVE ENFORCEMENT OF RETURN DECISIONS
5.1 Sanctions in case of non-compliance with the return decision
5.2 Mutual recognition of return decisions
5.3 Travel documents
5.4 Use of detention in the return procedure
5.5 Use of alternatives to detention in the return procedure
5.6 Challenges and good practices related to detention and alternatives to detention
| 6 PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS AND REMEDIES
6.1 Assessment of the non-refoulement principle in the context of return
6.2 Remedies against return decisions
6.3 Suspensive effect of appeals
6.4 Hearing of the third-country national
6.5 Good practices
7 FAMILY LIFE, CHILDREN, AND STATE OF HEALTH
7.1 Categories of third-country nationals’ vulnerabilities in the context of Return and detention
7.2 Assessment of the Best Interests of the Child on Return Decisions
7.3 State of health of third-country nationals in the return procedure
7.4 Challenges and good practices
8 VOLUNTARY DEPARTURE
8.1 Period for voluntary departure
8.2 Challenges related to voluntary departure
8.3 Good practices related to voluntary departure
9 ENTRY BANS
9.1 Grounds for issuing an entry ban
9.2 Duration of an entry ban
9.3 Registration of entry bans in SIS II
9.4 Issuance of entry bans when illegal stay is detected on exit
9.5 Penalising breach of entry bans
9.6 Effectiveness of entry bans
10 CONCLUSIONS
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission
Year: 2018
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Migrapol EMN Doc 407
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumright of asylumbest practicethird countriesEUfamily reunionhuman rightsmigration
legal usageremigration
Subject: European Community law in generalHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: EMN Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum 2015 : A Synthesis of Annual Policy Reports 2015 submitted by EU Member
States and Norway ; Synthesis Report
Title (other): EMN Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum 2015 : A Synthesis of Annual Policy Reports 2015 submitted by EU Member
States and Norway ; Statistics Annex
Abstract
The EMN Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum 2015 is based on information collected from all Member States and Norway in late 2015 and early 2016. It provides an overview of the main legal and policy developments taking place at EU level and within participating countries. It is a comprehensive document and covers all aspects of migration and asylum policy. Relevant statistics for the year are also available in the accompanying Annex.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
3.3.3 Promoting the integration of specific groups
3.3.4 Measures to ensure non-discrimination of migrants
3.3.5 Measures to improve cooperation, consultation and coordination of stakeholders and promoting action for integration at local level
3.3.6 Involving countries of origin in integration
3.4 Promoting and providing information and awareness raising on legal migration
3.4.1 Routes to and conditions of legal migration
3.4.2 Prevention of unsafe migration
3.4.3 Awareness raising on the phenomenon of migration in host societies
3.5 Maximising the development impact of migration and mobility
3.5.1 Progress towards mainstreaming of migration in development policies
3.5.2 Cooperation with partner / third countries for economic migration
3.5.3 Efforts to mitigate ‘brain drain’
3.5.4 Migrants’ Remittances
3.5.5 Working with Diasporas
4 SECURING EUROPE’S EXTERNAL BORDERS
4.1 Enhanced border management at the external borders
4.1.1 Border control measures: technology, equipment and infrastructure, including systems linked to EU instruments and actions to coordinate different types of border checks
4.1.2 Border control measures: other activities to improve the effectiveness of controls at external borders (e.g. training and policy)
4.1.3 Better tackling the misuse of legal immigration channels
| 5 IRREGULAR MIGRATION AND RETURN
5.1.1 EMN Return Expert Group (REG) return and reintegration activities developed during 2015 plus other cooperation measures
5.2 The fight against facilitation of irregular migration (‘smuggling’)
5.2.1 Activities to monitor smuggling
5.2.2 Monitoring and identifying migration
5.3 Strengthening cooperation with third countries of transit and origin on migration management
5.3.1 Ensure implementation of all EU readmission agreements to their full effect
5.4 Enhancing migration management including cooperation on return practices
5.4.1 Frontex Joint Return Operations
5.4.2 New or planned measures to develop swift, sustainable and effective return using a common EU approach
6 ACTIONS ADDRESSING TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS
6.1 Improving the identification of and provision of information to victims
6.1.1 Training and awareness-raising measures
6.1.2 Measures on cooperation between national authorities
6.1.3 Measures on cooperation between Member States
6.1.4 Measures on cooperation with third countries
6.1.5 Trends in the scale and nature of trafficking in human beings
6.1.6 Activities to evaluate national identification of and assistance to victims
| 1 COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM
1.1 The implementation of the Common European Asylum System
1.1.1 Developments at EUROPEAN UNION (eu) level
1.1.2 Challenges in the asylum field at national level
1.3 Institutional and organisational changes
1.4 Impacts of Jurisprudence
1.5 Cooperation with the European Asylum Support Office
1.5.1 Participation in EASO activities
1.5.2 Provision of support by EASO to the Member States
1.6 Intra-EU solidarity including relocation
1.7 Enhancing the external dimension including resettlement
1.7.1 Enhancing the capacity of countries of origin and transit to manage mixed migration flows
2 UNACCOMPANIED MINORS AND OTHER VULNERABLE GROUPS
2.1.1 Entry, Identification, assessment procedures, accomodation and reception capacity of unaccompanied minors
2.1.2 Inter-institutional cooperation, Staff training and capacity building in working with unaccompanied minors
2.1.3 Return and reintegration of unaccompanied minors
2.1.4 Detention and alternatives to detention of unaccompanied minors
2.1.5 Measures taking account of vulnerability and best interest of the child
2.1.6 Measures addressing specific vulnerable groups
3 EUROPEAN POLICY ON LEGAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
3.1 Economic migration
3.1.1 Satisfying labour market needs
3.1.2 Efforts to avoid ‘social dumping’ and illegal employment
3.1.3 Facilitating admission
3.1.4 Guaranteeing certain rights for third-country nationals who are already legally resident on the territory
3.1.5 Family Reunification
3.2 Managing Migration and Mobility
3.2.1 Visa Policy
3.2.2 Schengen Governance
3.2.3 Adapting migration management systems in order to be prepared for fluctuating migration pressures
3.3 Integration
3.3.1 Promoting integration through socio-economic participation
3.3.2 Promoting integration through participation, including access to rights and obligations, achieving equal treatment and belonging
| Statistical Annex
1.1 Common European asylumsystem
1.2 Unaccompanied minors and other vulnerablegroups
1.3 European policy on legal migration andintegration
1.4 Securing Europe’s externalborders
1.5 Irregular migration andreturn
1.6 Actions addressing trafficking in humanbeings
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Year: 2016
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumright of asylumthird countriesEUborder protectionintegrationadolescentslave trade
migrationremigration
Subject: European Community law in generalHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: The Return of Rejected Asylum Seekers : Challenges and Good Practices ; EMN Synthesis Report for the EMN Focussed Study
2016
Abstract
Given the recent increase in asylum applications in the EU and considering the general gap between third-country nationals issued a return decision and those that have returned, the EMN conducted this study with the purpose of investigating the specific challenges of the return of rejected asylum seekers and Member State responses to these challenges.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Annex 3 Use Of Accelerated Procedures In The Member States
Annex 4 List Of Abbreviations
| Executive Summary
Key Points To Note
Main Findings
1 Introduction
1.1 Study Rationale
1.2 Study Context
1.3Study Aims
1.4 Scope Of The Study
1.5 Structure Of The Report
2 The Scale Of Rejected Asylum Seekers In The EU And The Scale Of Non-Return
3 National Policies And Measures To Encourage Rejected Asylum Seekers To Leave The EU Territory
3.1 National Prioritisation Of The Return Of Rejected Asylum Seekers
3.2 Policies And Strategies To Encourage Return And Deter (Irregular) Stay Once A Return Decision Is Issued
3.3 Rights/Benefits Granted To Rejected Asylum Seekers
3.3.1 Accommodation
.3.2 Other Rights
3.4 Measures Taken To Facilitate Return By Preventing Absconding
3.5 Policy On The Early Preparation Of Asylum Seekers For Potential Return
4 National Legislation Framing The Return Of Rejected Asylum Seekers
4.1 Nexus Between Asylum And Return Decisions
4.2 Possibilities For Appealing The Return Decision
4.3 Possibilities For Lodging Subsequent Asylum Applications
4.4 Member State Measures To Ensure That Unfounded Applications Lead To Swift Return (Accelerated Procedures)
5 Challenges To The Return Of Rejected Asylum Seekers And Member State Policies To Manage These
5.1 General Overview Of Challenges
5.2 Challenges Specific To The Return Of Rejected Asylum Seekers
5.3 Measures Taken To Address Challenges
5.4 Measures To Address Individual Resistance To Return
5.5 Measures To Promote The Cooperation Of Third Countries
5.6 Measures To Enhance The Re-Documentation Process
5.7 Measures To Address Organisational/ Administrative Challenges
5.8 Measures To Facilitate The Return In Medical Cases
6 When Return Is Not (Immediately) Possible
6.1 Provision Of Status
6.2 Access To Rights And Benefits
6.3 Procedures For Reassessing The Possibility Of Return
6.4 The Possibility Of Regularisation
7 Conclusions
Annex 1 Rejected Asylum Seekers’ Access To Rights And Services
Annex 2 Statistical Tables
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Migrapol EMN Doc 000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurebest practicethird countriesEUlegal usageremigration
Subject: European Community law in generalHuman rightsPublic administration. Executive power
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: EMN Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum 2014: A Synthesis of Annual Policy Reports 2014 submitted by EU Member
States and Norway ; Synthesis Report
Title (other): EMN Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum 2014 : A Synthesis of Annual Policy Reports 2014 submitted by EU Member
States and Norway ; Statistics Annex
Abstract
The EMN Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum 2014 is based on information collected from all Member States and Norway in late 2014 and early 2015. It provides an overview of the main legal and policy development taking place at EU level and within participating countries. It is a comprehensive document and covers all aspects of migration and asylum policy. Relevant statistics for the year are also available in the accompanying Annex.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1 COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM
1.1 The implementation of the Common European Asylum System
1.1.1 Developments at EU level
1.2 Progress made in implementing the Common European Asylum System: Member States’ developments in legislation, policy and practices
1.3 Institutional and organisational changes
1.4 Impacts of Jurisprudence
1.5 Cooperation with the European Asylum Support Office (EASO)
1.5.1 Participation in EASO activities
1.5.2 Provision of support by EASO to the Member States
1.6 Intra-EU solidarity including resettlement
1.6.1 Support to national asylum systems including resettlement
1.6.2 Enhancing the capacity of countries of origin and transit to manage mixed migration flows
2 UNACCOMPANIED MINORSAND OTHER VULNERABLEGROUPS
2.1.1 Entry and assessment procedures, including border controls for asylum-seeking and non-asylum seeking unaccompanied minors
2.1.2 Residence permits and reception arrangements for unaccompanied minors
2.1.3 Staff training and capacity building in working with unaccompanied minors
2.1.4 Return and reintegration of unaccompanied minors
2.1.5 Detention and alternatives to detention of unaccompanied minors
2.1.6 Measures taking account of vulnerability in the asylum procedure
2.1.7 Measures addressing specific vulnerable groups
3 EUROPEAN POLICY ON LEGAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
3.1 Economic migration
3.1.1 Satisfying labour market needs
3.1.2 Efforts to avoid ‘social dumping’
3.1.3 Facilitating admission
3.1.4 Guaranteeing certain rights for third-country nationals who are already legally resident on the territory
3.1.5 Family Reunification
3.2 Managing Migration and Mobility
3.2.1 Visa Policy
3.2.2 Schengen Governance
3.2.3 Adapting migration management systems in order to be prepared for fluctuating migration pressures
3.3 Integration
3.3.1 Promoting integration through socio-economic participation
| 5.3 Strengthening cooperation with third countries of transit and origin on migration management
5.3.1 Ensure implementation of all EU readmission agreements to their full effect
5.4 Enhancing migration management including cooperation on return practices
5.4.1 Frontex Joint Return Operations (JTOs)
5.4.2 New or planned measures to develop swift, sustainable and effective return using a common EU approach
6 ACTIONS ADDRESSING TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS
6.1 Improving the identification of and provision of information to victims
6.1.1 Training and awareness-raising measures
6.1.2 Measures on cooperation between national authorities
6.1.3 Measures on cooperation between Member States
6.1.4 Measures on cooperation with third countries
6.1.5 Trends in Member States’ approaches to addressing trafficking in human beings
6.1.6 Trends in the scale and nature of trafficking in human beings
6.1.7 Activities to evaluate national identification of and assistance to victims
| 3.3.2 Promoting integration through participation, including access to rights and obligations, achieving equal treatment and belonging
3.3.3 Promoting integration of specific groups
3.3.4 Measures to ensure non-discrimination of migrants
3.3.5 Measures to improve cooperation, consultation and coordination of stakeholders and promoting action for integration at local level
3.3.6 Involving countries of origin in integration
3.4 Promoting and providing information and awareness raising on legal migration
3.4.1 Routes to and conditions of legal migration
3.4.2 Prevention of unsafe migration
3.4.3 Awareness raising on the phenomenon of migration in the host societies
3.4.4 Awareness raising on the phenomenon of migration in countries of destination
3.5 Maximising development impact of migration and mobility
3.5.1 Progress towards mainstreaming of migration in development policies
3.5.2 Cooperation with partner / third countries for economic migration
3.5.3 Efforts to mitigate ‘brain drain’
3.5.4 Migrants’ Remittances
3.5.5 Working with Diasporas
4 SECURING EUROPE’S EXTERNAL BORDERS
4.1 Enhanced border management at the external borders
4.1.1 Border control measures: technology, equipment and infrastructure, including systems linked to EU instruments and actions to coordinate different types of border checks
4.1.2 Border control measures: other activities to improve the effectiveness of controls at external borders (e.g. training and policy)
4.1.3 Preventing and combating irregular immigration by ensuring reinforced cooperation with third countries in the area of border management
5 IRREGULAR MIGRATION AND RETURN
5.1.1 EMN Return Expert Group (REG) return and reintegration activities developed during 2014 plus other cooperation measures
5.2 THE FIGHT AGAINSTFACILITATION OF IRREGULAR MIGRATION (‘SMUGGLING’)
5.2.1 Activities to monitor smuggling
5.2.2 Monitoring and identifying migration routes
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Inneres
Year: 2015
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumright of asylumthird countriesEUborder protectionintegrationadolescentslave trade
migrationremigration
Subject: European Community law in generalHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Evaluation of the Implementation of the Dublin III Regulation : Final report
Table of Contents
8 Other (Administrative cooperation)
8.1 Information sharing
8.2 Administrative arrangements
8.3 Conciliation procedure
8.4 Early Warning, Preparedness and Crisis Management system
| 1 Introduction
1.1 Study’s objectives
1.2 Scope
1.3 Structure of the report
1.4 Outline of the methodology
1.5 Challenges encountered
2 Organisational structure and resources of the competent authorities dealing with Dublin
2.1 Organisational structure of the competent authorities
2.2 Resources of the competent authorities
2.3 Training of the competent authorities
2.4 Communication between the competent authorities: the exchange of information via DubliNet
3 Procedural guarantees and safeguards for applicants for international protection
3.1 Right to information
3.2 Personal interview
3.3 Guarantees for minors
4 Criteria/procedures for determining the Member State responsible
4.1 Access to the procedure (Article 3)
4.2 Hierarchy of criteria (Articles 7–16)
4.3Family unity including minors (Articles 7(3), 8-11)
4.4 Dependency (Article 16)
4.5 Discretionary clause (Article 17(1))
4.6 Humanitarian clause (Article 17(2))
5 Procedures for submitting take charge/take back requests375.1Statistical overview
5.2 Procedure to submit a take charge request (Article 21)
5.3 Procedure to reply to a take charge request (Article 22)
5.4 Procedure to submit a take back request when a new application has been lodged (Article 23)
5.5 Procedure to reply to a take back request (Article 25)
5.6 Grounds for refusals to accept take charge and take back requests
5.7 Take back requests and the Return Directive (Article 24(2) and (4))
5.8 Take back rules (Articles 18 and 20(5))
5.9 Cessation of responsibility (Article 19 and 20(5))
6 Implementation of transfers
6.1 Notification of a transfer decision (Article 26)
6.2 Procedure to transfer applicants: time and modalities (Article 29)
6.3 Exchange of information before a transfer is carried out
6.4 Exchange of health data before a transfer is carried out
6.5 Detention (Article 28)
7 Appeal
7.1 Remedies (Article 27
Author (Corp. Body): ICF International
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Year: 2016
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurethird countriesEUlegal usageadministrative procedure
Subject: European Community lawHuman rights
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Evaluation of the Dublin III Regulation : Final report
Abstract
In line with the Terms of Reference, the aims of the Dublin III Evaluation are threefold:To study and provide an in-depth analysis (article-by-article) on the practical implementation of the ‘Dublin III Regulation’in all Member States (phase 1);To evaluate the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, consistency and EU added value of the Dublin III Regulation (phase 2);and,To identify potential elements inwhich the Dublin III Regulation could be amended (phase 3).This report feeds into phase 2 of the Study and constitutes the ‘Final Evaluation Report’. It provides an overview of the answers to the evaluation questions included in the Terms of Reference of the Study based on the evidence collected from 19 Member States. The report should be read in conjunction with the Final Implementation Report.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Aim of the study and purpose of the report
1.2 Methodology.
1.3 Structure of the report
2 Relevance of Dublin III Regulation
2.1 The relevance of establishing a method for determining the Member State responsible for examining an application for international protection
2.2 The relevance of a legal framework codifying the method for determining the responsible Member State
2.3 Relevance of Dublin III’s building blocks to achieving its general and specific objectives
3 The effectiveness of the Dublin III Regulation
3.1 Objective 1: To establish a clear and workable method
3.2 Objective 2: To guarantee swift access to the asylum procedure (and prevent the phenomenon of asylum seekers in orbit)
3.3 Objective 3: To prevent applicants for international protection from pursuing multiple applications in different Member States (thereby reducing secondary movements of asylum seekers)
3.4 Objective 4: To ensure an equitable distribution of applicants for and beneficiaries of international protection between Member States
4 The efficiency of the Dublin III Regulation
4.1 The direct and indirect costs of implementing the Dublin III procedure
4.2 Are the costs justified?
5 Coherence and complementarity
5.1Conformity of the Dublin III Regulation with fundamental rights
5.2 Conformity of the Dublin III Regulation with other treaty rules
5.3 Coherence and complementarity with the EU acquis
6 EU added value
Annex 1 Tables and figures
Annex 2 Methodological note on the efficiency of the Dublin III Regulation
Author (Corp. Body): ICF International
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Year: 2015
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurethird countriesEUlegal usageadministrative procedure
Subject: European Community lawHuman rights
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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