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Title: Active inclusion of young people with disabilities or health problems : National report – The Netherlands
Abstract
In the Netherlands growing numbers of young people and adolescents are in receipt of special education, mental health care services and benefits because of long-term illness, handicap or chronic disease. The most alarming increase is in those covered by the Disablement Assistance Act for Handicapped Young Persons (Wajong). In 2001, 120,000 people received a Wajong benefit. By 2010, this figure had risen to almost 200,000. [Edwin L. De Vos]
Author: De Vos, Edwin L.
Publisher: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EF/11/35/EN 4
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: Disabled workersassistance for the handicappedadolescentsocial integration
Subject: Conditions of workPhysical handicaps
Countries Scheme: Netherlands
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Title: Study on young people’s lifestyles and sedentariness and the role of sport in the context of education and as a means
of restoring the balance : final report
Author: Brettschneider, Wolf-Dietrich ; 120167697 | Naul, Roland ; 115876642
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Bildung und Kultur
Year: 2004
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: adolescentlife stylesports
Subject: Education and training
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Education of young sportspersons (LOT 1) : final report
Author (Corp. Body): Institute of Sport and Leisure Policy
Contributer: PMP | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Bildung und Kultur
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: trainingEUadolescentyoung adultsportsmantraining (sports)
Subject: Various professions
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Starting fragile : Gender differences in the youth labour market ; Main findings
Author (Corp. Body): enege : European network of experts on gender equality
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz
Year: 2013
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor marketequal opportunityEUequality of rightsadolescent
Subject: Equal opportunitiesVocational education and trainingEmployment and unemployment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesEastern Europe. General ResourcesSouthern Europe. General Resources
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Title: Starting fragile : Gender differences in the youth labour market ; Final report April 2013 ; Main findings
Table of Contents
Executive summary
Introduction
1. Starting fragile: gender differences in youth labour market conditionsin the EU Member States
Introduction
1.1 Gender effects of the crisis and youth labour market conditions in 2011: an overview
1.1.1 Gender differences in NEET status and personal characteristics
1.1.2 The fragility of employment conditions
1.2 Determinants of gender differences in youth labour market conditions:the effect of individual and family characteristics
1.2.1 Theory background
1.3 Conclusions
2. Starting fragile: gender differences in school-to-work transitions in Europe
Introduction
2.1 The effect of temporary jobs on early career development: Stepping stone or dead end?
2.2 Transitions in Europe: empirical evidence
2.2.1 Transition to the first job: a description
2.2.2 Transition profiles
2.2.3 The effect of the first step on the current (2009) position: multivariate analyses
2.3 Conclusions
3. Starting fragile: impact on personal life
Introduction
3.1 Social protection
3.2 Living independently
3.3 Starting a family
3.4 Conclusions
4. Starting fragile: policy approaches
4.1 Introduction and theory background
4.2 Policy approaches and gender gaps in the youth labour market: a quantitative analysis
4.2.1 Results of the cluster analysis
4.2.2 Results of the correlation analysis
4.2.3 Youth labour market and institutions in times of crisis
4.3 Policies supporting the employment of young people: a gender perspective
4.3.1 Gender differences in participation to labour market measures
4.3.2 Main features of youth policies in a gender perspective
4.4 Conclusions and policy implications
5. Summary and conclusions
References
Annexes
Author: Plantenga, Janneke ; 171140230 | Remery, Chantal ; 171656423 | Samek Lodovici, Manuela ; 170589579
Contributer: Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini | Istituto per la Ricerca Sociale, Mailand | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz | enege : European network of experts on gender equality
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-31252-6 | DS-02-13-271-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor marketequal opportunityEUequality of rightsadolescent
Subject: Equal opportunitiesVocational education and trainingEmployment and unemployment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesEastern Europe. General ResourcesSouthern Europe. General Resources
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Title: Handbook on Integration for policy-makers and practitioners : Third edition
Table of Contents
Preface
Introduction
Chapter 1: European exchange of information and good practice
1.1 Targeted European cooperation on integration
1.2 The Handbook in focus
Chapter 2: Mass media and integration
2.1 Challenges and opportunities in the media environment
2.2 Developing an effective media strategy
2.3 Creating a more diverse media
Conclusions
Chapter 3: Awareness-raising and migrant empowerment
3.1 Awareness-raising : informing opinion and activating the public
3.2 Building capacity and choosing action
Conclusions
Chapter 4: Dialogue Platforms
4.1 Setting up and running a platform : overcoming obstacles
4.2 Roles for a leading public authority or civil society organisation
Conclusions
Chapter 5: Acquisition of nationality and the practice of active citizenship
5.1 Concepts and multiple interests in the shared future of a diverse society
5.2 The acquisition of nationality
5.3 Administrative procedures encouraging citizens-to-be
5.4 From acquisition to active citizenship among old and new citizens
Conclusions
Chapter 6: Immigrant Youth, Education and the Labour Market
6.1 Improving the school system
6.2 Investing in pupils
6.3 Facilitating the transition to higher education and the labour market
Conclusions
Annex I : Common basic principles for immigrant integration policy in the European Union
Annex II : Integration benchmarking tool
Annex III : National Contact Points on Integration
Annex IV : Selected Bibliography
Author: Huddleston, Thomas | Niessen, Jan
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz, Freiheit und Sicherheit
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-13511-8 | NE-32-09-134-EN-C
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: best practiceimmigrationEUstrategy of integrationadolescentmass media
Subject: Economic and social developmentAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Youth Social Exclusion and Lessons from Youth Work : Evidence from literature and surveys
Author (Corp. Body): Executive Agency Education, Audiovisual and Culture / Unit Eurydice & Policy Support, Brüssel
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Bildung und Kultur
Year: 2013
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: exclusionyouth workadolescent
Subject: Educational policy. Training policy
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Diversity within small and medium-sized enterprises : best practices and approaches for moving ahead
Abstract
This is a guide for European small and medium-sized enterprise (SMEs) managers wishing to improve the competitiveness and the social and economic performance of their business by building on the diversity of their workforce. The publication contains basic information for all SMEs to use, regardless of their size (from 1 to 500 employees), business sector, location (local, regional, national) and management mode. This publication is not intended to be comprehensive but rather to highlight key elements for successful diversification by SME management.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
1. Supporting SMEs with diversity management
2. The business case for diversity
3. Received ideas about diversity management
SECTION 1: PRACTICAL GUIDANCE
1. A clear and formal commitment
2. Training the whole workforce
3. Recruiting without discrimination
4. Opening up to new clients and markets
5. Internal and external communication
6. What gets measured gets done
SECTION 2: BEST PRACTICES OF SMEs SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTING DIVERSITY MEASURES
Work-life balance: harmonising human and business considerations
Flexibility in the workplace: an asset for the company
Diversity management: making place for difference
Repositioning meritocracy as the bedrock of corporate culture
SECTION 3: BEST PRACTICES OF LARGE CORPORATE GROUPS SUCCESSFULLY SUPPORTING SMEs DEFINE AND IMPLEMENT THEIR DIVERSITY POLICIES
Disability management: empowering disabled clients and employees
Youth and apprenticeship: big companies fostering SMEs find the workforce they need
Changing the perception of disability in the workplace
Big companies helping SMEs alleviate the burden of RH processes
Big groups’ experience in diversity management: a great potential for SMEs to exploit
Peer support among Diversity Charter signatories
LIST OF EXISTING DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT TOOLS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Author: Hajjar, Laure | Hugonet, Chloé
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Verbraucher | IMS Entreprendre pour la Cite?, Paris
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2015
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: handicapbest practiceequal opportunitydiscriminationEUadolescentsmall-scale businessmedium-sized firm
personnel employment
Subject: European Community law in generalEqual opportunitiesMedium and small industriesPersonnel management
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Gender inequalities in the school-to-work transition in Europe
Abstract
The transition from school to work is a crucial phase in the lives of young people that has lasting effects on their entire life courses. In recent years, labour market uncertainty and comparatively high unemployment rates have been major challenges for young people leaving the educational system. Another recent trend has been the increase in women’s educational attainment, with recent female labour market entrants being at parity or even exceeding those of their male counterparts in Europe. Our findings reveal that there is substantial variation in the speed of entering a first job across countries. In Southern and Eastern European countries, the speed of transition is substantially slower. Men and women have a similar speed of transition to their first job in the first few months after leaving education, but later on women appear to be disadvantaged. We find that higher education and workplace-based vocational training also increase the speed of transition, however men benefit more strongly than women from these factors. A stricter employment protection legislation results in a slower transition to the first job. This short statistical report is part of a series of reports on gender equality in the work force and reconciliation of work, family and private life. These reports have been commissioned by the Justice Directorate General of the European Commission. The study was jointly undertaken by RAND Europe and the University of Groningen. These reports should be of interest to policy makers and academics with an interest in improving gender equality in the work force and improving the compatibility of having a career in combination with a family and private life. [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
Table of Contents
Figures and boxes
Tables
Summary
Abbreviations
1. Introduction
2. Defining the transition from school to work
3. Gender differentiation and early labour market integration
4. National institutional factors influencing early labour market integration
4.1. The impact of educational systems on transition to first job
4.2. Youth unemployment across Europe 2004–2009 and the economic recession
4.3. The impact of employment protection legislation on transition to first job
4.4. Cross-national differences in the transition to first job
5. Individual-level factors influencing early labour market integration
5.1. Gender differences in the level of education
5.2. Gender differences in educational field of study
5.3. Gender differences in vocational educational orientation
5.4. Impact of combining employment with formal education
5.5. Gender differences in the impact of parenthood
5.6. Differences by occupational groups
5.7. Differences by type of contract
6. Conclusions
6.1. Summary of main findings
6.2. Limitations and future research
6.3. Policy recommendations
References
Appendix A. Detailed information regarding the analysis
A.1. Description of variables used in the analysis
A.2. Statistical techniques used in the analysis
Appendix B. Additional analyses
Author: Mills, Melinda ; 143567098 | Präg, Patrick ; 1075290503
Series Title: Rand Europe - Short Statistical Report ; 4
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz | Rand Europe, Cambridge
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-36171-5 | DS-02-14-192-EN-N | RR-363-EC | Contract ref. no. JUST/2011/GEND/PR/1081/A4
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: unemploymentoccupationoccupational beginnervocational educationemploymentequal opportunityEUgender-specific factors
affirmative actionadolescentschool level of educationschool
Subject: European Community law in generalEqual opportunitiesSchooling. Transition from school to work
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Indicators of Immigrant Integration 2015 : Settling in
Abstract
This publication presents the first broad international comparison across all EU and OECD countries of the outcomes for immigrants and their children. It is the fruit of a joint co-operation between the European Commission (DG Migration and Home Affairs) and the OECD’s International Migration Division, in the perspective of a regular monitoring of comparable indicators of integration across EU and OECD countries. This report has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. This publication builds on a first set of indicators presented for OECD countries in the 2012 OECD Publication “Settling In” and draws on the data and information gathered through its work on integration issues carried out by the OECD’s International Migration Division. It also benefited from data provided by Eurostat and specific data requests to EU and OECD countries. This publication would not have been possible without the support of the Delegates to the OECD Working Party on Migration who provided valuable support in the data collection for this report. [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Editorial
Executive summary
Chapter 1. Introduction and overview
1.1. Information on the integration of immigrants and their children is key for a proper policy debate
...
Chapter 2. Socio-demographic characteristics of immigrant populations
Key findings
2.1. Size and share living in densely populated areas
...Chapter 3. Defining characteristics of immigrant populations
Key findings
3.1. Composition of new immigration flows by category
...
Chapter 4. Characteristics of immigrant households
...
4.1. Definition and size of immigrant households
Chapter 5. Labour market outcomes of immigrants
...
Chapter 6. Quality of immigrants’ jobs
...
6.1. Types of contracts
...
Chapter 7. Cognitive skills and training of immigrant adults
...
Chapter 8. Income of immigrant households
8.1 Househould income distribution
...
Chapter 9. Immigrants and housing
9.1. Housing tenure
...
Chapter 10. Immigrants’ health status and their health care
10.1. Self-reported health status
...
Chapter 11. Civic engagement of immigrants
11.1. Acquisition of nationality
...

Chapter 12. Social cohesion and immigrants
12.1. Perceived discrimination
...
Chapter 13. Young people with a migrant background
13.1. Immigrant and native-born immigrant offspring populations in the 15-34 age group
...
Chapter 14. Third-country nationals in the European Union
14.1. Size and composition by age and gender
...
Glossary
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres | OECD / International Migration Division
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg | OECD Publishing
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-64-23402-4 | 978-92-79-46651-9 | R-04-15-218-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor markettrainingemploymentcitizens' involvementdiscriminationthird countriesincomeEU
health carehousehold sizeintegrationadolescentchildmigrantmigrationOECD countrysocial policy
Subject: European Community law in generalSocial services and medico-social assistanceMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Les facteurs de création ou de modification des processus de radicalisation violente, chez les jeunes en particulier
Author: Belaala, Selma
Contributer: CEIS | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz, Freiheit und Sicherheit
Year: 2008
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUreadiness to commit violenceadolescentradicalism
Subject: Social structure. Social conditions. Social changeHabitat. Rural and urban environments
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Young people and drugs : Report
Abstract
Drug use and drug-related problems continue to be a major concern for EU citizens, as well as being a significant public health and public safety issue. Around one quarter of the adult population is estimated to have used illicit drugs at some point in their lifetime, with cannabis the most commonly used substance.... This survey was carried out by TNS Political & Social network in the 28 Member States of the European Union between 3 and 23 June 2014. Some 13,128 respondents aged 15-24 from different social and demographic groups were interviewed via telephone (landline and mobile phone) in their mother tongue on behalf of the European Commission, Directorate-General for Justice. The methodology used is that of Eurobarometer surveys as carried out by the Directorate-General for Communication (Strategy, Corporate Communication Actions and Eurobarometer Unit). A technical note on the manner in which interviews were conducted by the Institutes within the TNS Political & Social network is appended as an annex to this report. Also included are the interview methods and confidence intervals.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
I. ACCESS TO AND USE OF ILLICIT DRUGS AND SUBSTANCES THAT IMITATE THE EFFECTS OF ILLICIT DRUGS
1.1. EXPERIENCE WITH NEW SUBSTANCES THAT IMITATE THE EFFECTS OF ILLICIT DRUGS
1.2. SELF-REPORTED USE OF CANNABIS
1.3. ACCESS TO ILLICIT DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO
II. TO BAN OR REGULATE ILLLICIT DRUGS AND NEW SUBSTANCES THAT IMITATE THE EFFECTS OF ILLICIT DRUGS?
1.1. TO BAN OR REGULATE ILLICIT DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO?
1.2. TO BAN OR REGULATE NEW SUBSTANCES THAT IMITATE THE EFFECTS OF ILLICIT DRUGS?
III. BECOMING BETTER INFORMED ABOUT ILLICIT DRUGS AND DRUG USE
1.1. POTENTIAL SOURCES OF INFORMATION
1.2. INFORMATION CHANNELS OVER THE PAST YEAR
IV. PERCEIVED HEALTH RISKS OF USING DRUGS
V. HOW SHOULD SOCIETY’S DRUG PROBLEMS BE TACKLED?
ANNEXES
Technical specifications
Questionnaire
Tables
Series Title: Flash Eurobarometer ; 401
Author (Corp. Body): TNS Political & Social
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Kommunikation
Year: 2014
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: alcoholdrug dependencedrug-related crimedrug policyEUhealth consequencesyouthadolescent
smokinglaw
Subject: European Community law in generalOther social problems
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Youth attitudes on drugs : Analytical report
Abstract
Drugs and drug-related problems are major concerns for EU citizens and pose a threat to the safety and health of European society and its citizens. The use of drugs, particularly among young people, is at a historically high level. The European Commission has been studying the drug phenomenon in EU Member States for several years. In 2002 and 2004, surveys were conducted among young people in the then 15 EU Member States (Special Eurobarometer No 172 and Flash Eurobarometer No 158). In 2008, a survey was conducted among a similar group in the 27 EU Member States (Flash Eurobarometer No 233).The current Flash Eurobarometer on “Youth attitudes on drugs”(No 330), requested by Directorate-General Justice, builds on these earlier surveys in order to measure the trend in attitudes of this target group towards drugs. In response to recent developments in the EU drug market, in the current survey, young people were also asked about their experiences with and attitudes towards new substances that imitate the effects of illicit drugs, so-called new psychoactive substances or “legal highs”.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Introduction
Main findings
1. Access and use of illicit drugs and substances that imitate the effects of illicit drugs
1.1 Access to illicit drugs, alcohol and tobacco
1.2 Self-reported use of cannabis
1.3 Experience with new substances that imitate the effects of illicit drugs
2. Becoming better informed about illicit drugs and drug use
2.1 Potential sources of information
2.2 Information channels used in the past year
3. Perceived health risks of using drugs
4. To ban or regulate illicit drugs and new substances that imitate the effects of illicit drugs?
4.1 To ban or regulate illicit drugs, alcohol and tobacco?
4.2 To ban or regulate new substances that imitate the effects of illicit drugs?
5. How should society’s drug problems be tackled?
I. Annex tables
II. Survey Details
III. Questionnaire
Series Title: Flash Eurobarometer ; 330
Author (Corp. Body): The Gallup Organization
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Kommunikation
Year: 2011
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: drugdrug usedrug abuseEUyouthadolescent
Subject: European Community law in generalMedical care. Health control
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Young people and drugs : among 15-24 year-olds ; Analytical report
Abstract
Drugs and drug-related problems are major concerns for EU citizens and a major threat to the security and health of European society. The use of drugs, particularly among young people, is at historically high levels. The European Commission has been studying the importance of drug-related phenomena in EU Member States for several years. In 2002 and 2004, surveys were conducted among young people in the old EU15 (Special Eurobarometer No 172 and Flash Eurobarometer No 158).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Table of contents
Introduction
Main findings
1. Becoming more informed about illicit drugs and drug use
1.1 Potential sources of information
1.2 Information channels used in the past
2. Perceived health risks of using drugs
3. How should society's drug problems be tackled?
4. To ban or regulate illicit drugs, alcohol and tobacco
5. Access to illicit drugs, alcohol and tobacco
I. Annex Tables
II. Survey Details
III. Questionnaire
Series Title: Flash Eurobarometer ; 233
Author (Corp. Body): The Gallup Organization
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Kommunikation | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz, Freiheit und Sicherheit
Year: 2008
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: alcoholdrug dependencedrug-related crimedrug policyEUhealth consequencesyouthadolescent
smokinglaw
Subject: European Community law in generalOther social problems
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Attitudes and opinions of young people in the European Union on drugs : Report
Title (other): Report
Abstract
The public opinion poll analysed in this report was carried out in the fifteen Member States between 27 April and 10 June 2002 for Eurobarometer 57.2, at the request of the European Commission, Directorate-General for Justice and Home Affairs, and organised by the Press and Communication Service's "Analysis of Public Opinion" Unit. The report analyses the attitudes and opinions of young citizens of the European Unionaged 15 to 24 regarding drugs. It is subdivided into chapters covering:• drug use in the European Union• reasons for trying drugs• difficulties in stopping using drugs• consequences of the use of drugs• dangers of different substances• possible sources of information on drugs• management of drug-related problems[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Introduction
CHAPTER 1
Exposure to drugs and personal use
3 1.1. General situation in the European Union
3 1.2. Experimentation and recent use in the Member States
5 1.3. Ease of acquisition of drugs
1.4. Recent use by socio-demographic category
CHAPTER 2
Motivation for trying drugs and difficulties in stopping using them
2.1. Main reasons for trying drugs
2.2. Main reasons why it is hard to stop using drugs
2.3. Variations in opinions by socio-demographic criteria
CHAPTER 3
Consequences of drug use
3.1. Opinions in the whole of the European Union
3.2. Opinions at Member State level
3.3. Variations in opinions by socio-demographic criteria
CHAPTER 4
Dangerousness of different substances
4.1. Assessment of the dangerousness of substances in the European Union
4.2. Assessment of the dangerousness of substances at Member State level
4.3. Variations in opinions by socio-demographic category
CHAPTER 5
Possible sources of information on drugs
5.1. Possible sources of further information in the European Union
5.2. Possible sources of further information in the Member States
5.3. Variations in choice by socio-professional category
CHAPTER 6
Management of drug-related problems
6.1. Measurement of reactions to specific propositions
6.2. Opinions on the most effective methods of managing drug-related problems
6.3. Opinions on the most effective approaches at Member State level
6.4. Variation of opinions by socio-demographic category
Annexes
Technical specifications
Bilingual questionnaire
Series Title:Special Eurobarometer ; 172 | Eurobarometer ; 57,2
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres | European Society for Opinion and Marketing Research / European Opinion Research Group
Year: 2002
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: drug usedrug abusedrug policyyouthadolescentcrime fighting
Subject: European Community institutionsEuropean Community law in generalSocial problems in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Annual Report on Migration and Asylum 2017 : European Migration Network
Title (other): Annual Report on Migration and Asylum 2017 : European Migration Network ; Statistical Annex
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Legal migration and mobility
International protection and asylum
Unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups
Integration
Irregular migration including border control
Return
Actions addressing trafficking in human beings
Maximising the development impact of migration and mobility
1. LEGAL MIGRATION AND MOBILITY
1.1. Developments at the European Union (EU) level
1.2. Economic migration measures at national level
1.3. Students and researchers
1.4. Family reunification and family formation
1.5. Information on routes to and conditions of legal migration
1.6. Long-term residence and intra-EU mobility of legally resident third-country nationals
1.7. Other measures on legal migration schemes
1.8. Schengen Governance
1.9. Visa Policy
2. INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION INCLUDING ASYLUM
2.1. Implementation of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) and related policy developments
2.2. Changes in legislation, policies and practices2.4. Efficiency and quality of the national asylum system
2.5. Challenges in the national asylum system
2.6. Relocation and Resettlement programmes
3. UNACCOMPANIED MINORS AND OTHER VULNERABLE GROUPS
3.1. Developments at the EU level
3.2. Unaccompanied minors applying for asylum
3.3. Other vulnerable groups applying for asylum
3.4. Unaccompanied minors not applying for asylum
3.5. Other vulnerable groups not applying for asylum
| 4. INTEGRATION
4.1. Developments at the EU level
4.2. Integration of third-country nationals
5. IRREGULAR MIGRATION INCLUDING BORDER CONTROL
5.1. Developments at European Union level
5.2. Enhanced border management at the external borders
5.3. Preventing and tackling of misuse of legal migration channels
5.4. The fight against facilitation of irregular migration and irregular stay
6. RETURN
6.1. Enhancing return migration management including cooperation among EU Member States on return practices
6.2. Main national developments in the field of return
6.3. Strengthening cooperation with third countries of origin and transit on return and reintegration management
7. ACTIONS ADDRESSING TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS
7.1. Developments at the European Union (EU) level
7.2. National strategic developments and legislative changes
7.3. Improving identification of and provision of information and assistance to third-country national victims of human trafficking
7.4. Cooperation between (Member) States
7.5. Cooperation with third countries
8. MAXIMISING THE DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OF MIGRATION AND MOBILITY
8.1. Progress towards mainstreaming migration in development policies
8.2. Cooperation with partner/third countries for economic migration
8.3. Efforts to mitigate ‘Brain Drain’
8.4. Migrants’ remittances
8.5. Working with diasporas
ANNEX 1. RETURN
ANNEX 2. BORDER AND MIGRATION MANAGEMENT
| Annex
1 Common European Asylum System
2 Unaccompanied minors and othe vulnerable groups
3 Legal migration and integration
4 Securing Europe's external borders
5 Irregular migration and return
6 Actions addressing trafficking in human beings
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission
Year: 2018
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumEUborder protectionintegrationadolescentslave trademigrationmigration policy
Subject: FrontiersEuropean Community law in generalHuman rightsAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Approaches to Unaccompanied Minors Following Status Determination in the EU plus Norway : Synthesis Report for the EMN
Study
Abstract
This Synthesis Report presents the main findings of the 2017 EMN Study Approaches to Unaccompanied Minors Following Status Determination in the EU plus Norway. The study covers the period 2014-2017, thereby following up on previous EMN research on unaccompanied minors. It may serve to inform further the approaches of EU Member States plus Norway to the protection of unaccompanied minors following status determination and to inform action on this at EU level.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Definition and scope of the study
1.2. EU policy and legislative context
1.3. Scale of the phenomenon of unaccompanied minors in the EU plus norway
1.4. Recent changes to law, policy and/ or practice in (Member) States
51.5. Statuses typically granted to unaccompanied minors by (Member) States
1.6. Unaccompanied minors turning 18
1.7. Structure of the report
2. CARE ARRANGEMENTS FOR UNACCOMPANIED MINORS, INCLUDING AFTER-CARE FOR UNACCOMPANIED MINORS TURNING 18
2.1. EU provisions on care of unaccompanied minors
2.2. General overview of care arrangements and organisational set-up in the (Member) States
2.3. Accommodation arrangements for unaccompanied minors
2.4. Standard of accommodation and challenges
2.5. Guardianship arrangements for unaccompanied minors
2.6. Transition to adulthood
2.7. Consequences of a temporary residence permit on the care arrangements for unaccompanied minors
3. INTEGRATION OF UNACCOMPANIED MINORS, INCLUDING TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR UNACCOMPANIED MINORS TURNING 18
3.1. General overview of integration provisions and organisational set-up in the (Member) States
3.2. Access to healthcare
3.3. Access to education
3.4. Access to (support to) employment
3.5. Family reunification
3.6. Social welfare supporting unaccompanied minors
3.7. Further monitoring of unaccompanied minors’ transition to adulthood
3.8. Consequences of a temporary residence permit on the integration of unaccompanied minors
| 4. RETURN OF UNACCOMPANIED MINORS
4.1. General overview of the return procedure and its legal and organisational set-up in the (Member) States
4.2. Enforcement of return decisions and key arrangements before, during and after departure
4.3. Alternatives to return of unaccompanied minors
4.4. Challenges
5. DISAPPEARANCES OF UNACCOMPANIED MINORS FROM CARE FACILITIES OR FOLLOWING A RETURN DECISION
5.1. Profile of unaccompanied minors disappearing in the EU Member States plus Norway
5.2. Possible reasons for the disapperance of unaccompanied minors
5.3. Measures to prevent and react to disappearance of unaccompanied minors
5.4. Measures to report and respond to disappearances of unaccompanied minors
5.5. Challenges and good practices
6. CONCLUSIONS
ANNEX 1. OVERVIEW OF THE INTERNATIONAL AND EU LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK ON UNACCOMPANIED MINORS
Introduction
International and EU legislation on unaccompanied minors
International instruments
EU legislation
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission
Year: 2018
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumcareeducationEUhealth careintegrationadolescentlegal minority
legal usageremigration
Subject: European Community law in generalHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: 2016 Annual Report on Migration and Asylum : European Migration Network
Title (other): Annual Report 2016 on Migration and Asylum ; Statistical Annex ; European Migration Network ; A Synthesis of Annual
Policy Reports 2016 submitted by EU Member States and Norway
Table of Contents
Executive summary
1 INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION INCLUDING ASYLUM
1.1 The implementation of the Common European Asylum System
1.1.1 Developments at the European Union (EU) Level
1.1.2 Changes in legislation, policies and practices at national level
1.1.3 Institutional changes in the national asylum system
1.1.4 Jurisprudence
1.1.5 Efficiency and quality of the national asylum system
1.2 Cooperation with the European Asylum Support Office (EASO)
1.2.1 Participation in EASO activities
1.2.2 Provision of support by EASO to the Member States
1.3 Intra -EU solidarity including relocation
1.4 Enhancing the external dimension including resettlement
2 UNACCOMPANIED MINORS AND OTHER VULNERABLE GROUPS
2.1 Developments at the European Union (EU) Level
2.2 Unaccompanied minors measures at national level
2.3 Other vulnerable groups
3 LEGAL MIGRATION AND MOBILITY
3.1 Developments at the European Union (EU) Level
3.2 Economic migration measures at national level
3.2.1 Facilitating admission
3.2.2 Satisfying labour market needs
3.2.3 Efforts to avoid social dumping and labour exploitation of Third-country nationals
3.2.4 Misuse of legal immigration channels for Third-country national workers
3.3 Other Legal Migration and Mobility measures
3.3.1 Students and researchers
3.3.2 Family reunification and family formation
3.3.3 Information on routes to and conditions of legal migration
3.3.4 Guaranteeing certain rights for third-country nationals who are already legally resident on the territory
3.3.5 Visa policy and Schengen governance
4 INTEGRATION
4.1 Developments at the European Union (EU) Level
4.1.1 Promoting integration through socio economic participation at national level
| 4.1.2 Promoting integration through civic participation: Rights and Obligations, achieving equal treatment and belonging
4.1.3Promoting integration of specific groups
4.1.4 Non-Discrimination
4.1.5 Promoting integration at local level and cooperation, consultation and coordination of local stakeholders
4.1.6 Awareness raising on migration in the host society
4.1.7 Involvement of countries of origin
5 MAXIMISING THE DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OF MIGRATION AND MOBILITY
5.1.1 Progress towards mainstreaming of migration in development policies
5.1.2 Cooperation with partner / third countries for economic migration
5.1.3 Efforts to mitigate ‘brain drain’
5.1.4 Working with diasporas
6 SECURING EUROPE’S EXTERNAL BORDERS
6.1 Enhanced border management at the external borders
6.1.1 Border control measures: technology, equipment and infrastructure, including systems linked to EU instruments and actions to coordinate different types of border checks
6.1.2 Border control measures: other activities to improve the effectiveness of controls at external borders (e.g. training and policy)
6.1.3 Preventing and combating irregular immigration by ensuring reinforced cooperation with third countries in the area of border management
6.1.4 Preventing and tackling of misuse of legal migration channels
7 IRREGULAR MIGRATION AND RETURN
7.1 Developments at the European Union (EU) Level
7.2 EMN RETURN EXPERT GROUP (REG) RETURN AND REINTEGRATION ACTIVITIES DEVELOPED DURING 2016 PLUS OTHER COOPERATION MEASURES
7.3 Prevention of unsafe migration and the fight against facilitation of irregular migration (‘smuggling’) at national level
7.3.1 Prevention of unsafe migration
7.3.2 Combatting facilitation of irregular migration
7.3.3 Monitoring of migrant smuggling
7.3.4 Monitoring and identifying migration routes
7.4 Main developments in the field of return and re-integration
| 7.5 Strengthening cooperation with third countries of origin and transit on return migration management
7.5.1 Ensuring implementation of all EU readmission agreements to their full effect
7.5.2 Prevention of irregular migration from third countries: (a) the Southern Mediterranean countries; (b) countries within the Eastern Partnership; (c) the Western Balkans; and (d) the Western Mediterranean and the African Atlantic coast
7.6 Enhancing return migration management including cooperation among EU Member States on return practices
7.6.1 Frontex joint return operations
7.6.2 New or planned measures to develop swift, sustainable and effective return using a common EU approach
8 ACTIONS ADDRESSING TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS
8.1 Developments at the European Union (EU) Level
8.2 Improving the identification of and provision of information to victims at national level
8.2.1 Information on assistance and support to victims, including child victims
8.2. 2 Evident trends at national level
8.2.3 Cooperation with third countries
Annex
1 Common European Asylum System
2 Unaccompanied Minors And Other Vulnerable Groups
3 European Policy On Legal Migration And Integration
4 Securing Europe’s External Borders
5 Irregular Migration And Return
6 Actions Addresing Trafficking In Human Beings
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Year: 2017
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumEUborder protectionintegrationadolescentslave trademigrationmigration policy
remigration
Subject: FrontiersEuropean Community law in generalHuman rightsAspects of migration
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: 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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