New EMN study released: Beneficiaries of international protection travelling to their country of origin: overview of European approaches
A new study published by the European Migration Network (EMN) offers a comparative overview of the experiences and existing practices in the EU Member States, Norway and Switzerland regarding the possible consequences on international protection status for individuals who travel to or contact the authorities in their country of origin.
Invitation to the XXIII. National Conference of the European Migration Network (EMN) Hungarian National Contact Point on „Transnational Cooperation on the Identification, Assistance and Referral of Third Country National Victims of Human Trafficking”.
The aim of the study visit organized within the framework of the European Migration Network was to see the hotspot and related facilities set up on the island of Kos in Greece. We also wanted to get acquainted with the work of the Greek authorities and the work of EU agencies supporting the authorities and other international organizations.
The visit took place on 28-30 August 2018, following preliminary consultations with the Greek authorities and with an expert from the EU Commission Directorate General for Migration and Internal Affairs (DG Home).
Az Európai Migrációs Hálózat magyarországi kapcsolattartó pontja soron következő XXI. Nemzeti Ülésére 2018. november 20-án (kedd) 10:00 órától kerül sor a Belügyminisztérium épületében.
ELI Hungarian Hub | Faculty of Law, ELTE
Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
14 September 2018 | Budapest | Hungary
1st International Forum