Short Informs focus on specific topics in the area of migration and asylum and they briefly describe the main findings and statistics related to the particular topic. They are composed by the European Commission based on the studies or Ad-Hoc Queries. You can find the Informs not only in this section, but also in related annual reports and studies.
Published: January 2024
The inform outlines the challenges and existing support services in accessing autonomous housing for international protection beneficiaries and applicants. From shortages in the private housing market to language barriers, the inform addresses the multifaceted challenges and highlights the importance of the Action Plan on Integration and Inclusion 2021-2027, advocating for affordable and inclusive models to enable a smooth transition to independent living.
The updated EMN Inform on Statelessness explores how EU countries, Norway and Georgia are determining statelessness, the nexus of stateless status and the issuance of residence permits, as well as the impacts on particular groups such as (unaccompanied) minors.
The inform provides policymakers with the latest comparative information on resettlement, humanitarian admission schemes, and sponsorship schemes. It includes an overview of developments in EMN Member Countries spanning from 2016 to 2022. It offers an opportunity to the countries introducing new schemes to learn from established programmes in other countries.
The inform aims to examine current legal, policy and organisational frameworks and practices in the EMN Member Countries and other non-EU OECD countries addressing climate-related migration and displacement, as well as relevant projects and international cooperation efforts. It complements existing research by providing an overview of main initiatives at national level.
The inform provides an overview of the implementation of the right of accompanied children to be heard in international protection procedures in the EMN Member Countries and Norway, and presents their challenges, good practices and lessons learned in guaranteeing that right.
The inform provides an overview of the strategies and initiatives put in place by the EMN Member Countries to enhance the prospects for displaced persons in non-EU first reception and transit countries. It also identifies good practices that could serve as a starting point to further develop or improve sustainable support initiatives.
Inform provides information on how the EMN Member and Observer Countries organize their housing capacities in reception facilities. It also focuses on challenges and good practices related to the reaction on the situation in Ukraine.
The inform maps how EU Member States ensure access to social benefits, education, employment and health care for beneficiaries of temporary protection, in the context of the activation of the Temporary Protection Directive (2001/55/EC), triggered in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The analysis is based on the information provided by 24 Member States as of 1 September 2022.