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Annual report on migration and asylum 2022

Based on the contributions of the EMN National Contact Points, the report provides a comprehensive overview of national developments in the area of migration and asylum during 2022 in the EU Member States, Norway, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Armenia. The most significant event that marked this period was the influx of people escaping…

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Resettlement, Humanitarian Admission and Sponsorship Schemes

Conflicts in different world regions have led to an increase in migratory movements to neighbouring countries, with approximately 72% of refugees and forcibly displaced persons in 2021 being hosted in developing countries. This has created an imbalance between developed and developing countries as well as resulting in people seeking alternative places of refuge through risky…

Displacement and migration related to disasters, climate change and environmental degradation

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), extreme weather events, such as abnormally intense rainfall, prolonged droughts, heat waves and cyclones are linked to the displacement of approximately 20 million+ people annually. Despite the fact that more people are affected by climate change, it is difficult to directly link environmental degradation to…

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Inform on accompanied children’s right to be heard in international protection procedures

Children who migrate with their parents face unique challenges and vulnerabilities. That’s why it’s crucial that their right to express their views is fully implemented in international protection procedures. This inform provides an overview of how the right of accompanied children to be heard is being implemented in EMN Member Countries and Norway, including good practices, challenges,…