Since 2015, several Member States have introduced legislative changes in their international protection and return procedures. These included expanding the types of alternatives to detention, prioritising alternative measures over detention, and lowering the minimum age for the compulsory application of alternatives to detention. Others enhanced the safeguards for vulnerable persons, and introduced new rules whereby minors and families with minor children could not be detained in detention centres.
How do Member States attract and retain international researchers?
VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS: DETECTION, IDENTIFICATION AND PROTECTION
This EMN study provides an overview of measures and best practices around detection, identification and protection of third-country national victims of trafficking in
human beings in 25 EU Member States1, Norway and Georgia from January 2015 to December 2020.
Key questions answered in the study:
How do EU Member States,Norway and Georgia tackle human trafficking of third-country nationals?
How do countries ensure cooperation at EU and international level?
New Joint EMN-OECD inform published - Skills Mobility Partnerships: Exploring Innovative Approaches to Labour Migration