To ensure that the National Contact Point has the necessary expertise to deal with the multifaceted aspects of migration and asylum issues, it should be composed of at least three experts who, individually or jointly, have competences in policymaking, law, research and statistics. These experts could come from the Member States’ administrations or from any other organisation. Each National Contact Point should also collectively have adequate expertise in information technology, in setting up collaboration schemes and networking with other national organisations and entities, and in collaborating in a multilingual environment at European level.

Each National Contact Point should establish a national migration network, composed of organisations and individuals active in the area of migration and asylum, and including, for example, universities, research organisations and researchers, governmental and non-governmental organisations and international organisations.

When necessary for the achievement of its objectives, the EMN should be able to establish cooperative relationships with other entities active in the area of migration and asylum to enable all relevant stakeholders to be heard.

Members of the EMN Hungarian National Network

Commissioner for Fundamental Rights (

Artemisszió Foundation (

Ministry of Interior (

Office of Immigration and Nationality (

Office of Immigration and Nationality - Scientific Council

Corvinus University of Budapest (

Municipality of Budapest (

Hungarian Institute for Forensic Sciences HIFS (

Geographical Institute, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (

Office of Health Authorization and Administrative Procedures (

ELTE University Faculty of Law (

Eötvös Lóránd University Budapest Faculty of Social Sciences (

Euraxess Hungary (

Metropolitan Court (

Győr-Moson -Sopron County Police Department

KOPINT-TÁRKI Institute for Economic research LTD. (

Ministry of Justice (

Hungarian Central  Statistical Office  (

Hungarian Central  Statistical Office  Demographic Research Institute (    

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (

Hungarian Helsinki Committee (

MRTT Migration Section (

Hungarian Interchurch Aid (

Menedék - Hungarian Association for Migrants (

Refugee Mission of the Reformed Church in Hungary (

Hungarian Red Cross (

Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation (

International Organization of Migration (

National University of Public Service (

National Bureau of Investigation (

Ministry of Human Resources (

Institute for Minority Studies of the Hungarian  Academy of Sciences (

National Police Headquarters(

National Institute of Criminology (

National Association of Law Enforcement PhD Students (

Pázmány Péter Catholic University (

Pillar Foundation (

PTE ÁJK Centre for European Research and Education (

Subjective Values Foundation (

Kalunba Nonprofit Kft.

TÁRKI Social Research Institute (

Terre des Hommes - Child Relief (

UNCHR United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Hungary (

Ebony African Cultural, Arts and Human Rights Organization (

Evangelical Diakonia - Integration Service  (

Migration Research Institute (

Hungarian Baptist Aid Integration Center  (