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Wednesday, 12 September 2012

European Migration Network Report

The European Commission recently published its report on the development of the European Migration Network (EMN), a Commission-led network with national contact points in each Member States, as well as Norway. The purpose of the EMN is to provide up-to-date, objective, reliable and comparable information on migration and asylum, with a view to supporting policymaking in the European Union in these areas, as well as informing the wider public. Four years after its formal creation, the report takes stock of the progress made and considers how the network should evolve, including in the context of the next multiannual financial framework beyond 2013.
The European Migration Network has proven its worth in supporting evidence-based policymaking through its many activities, ranging from contributing to the Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum, to thematic based studies on topics such as economic migration and family reunification ; to quickly gathering information on topics of specific short-term need by policymakers; to developing a multilingual glossary based on EU law; and producing regular bulletins summarising latest policy developments and statistics.

Source: European Commission

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