Main beneficiaries from Ukraine and the United States
Last month alone, more than 2,000 men, women and children from northern Mali have sought refuge in Mauritania from ongoing banditry and interethnic violence.
An attempt to reform the Dublin system, reinforce the Eurodac system and establish a European Union Agency for Asylum.
Two annual prizes recognising outstanding academic research
Experts have linked the results to the ongoing refugee crisis faced by Sweden and other EU countries.
Shows the weaknesses identified since its inception remain and difficulties to assess whether the proposals on re-distribution mechanism would effectively address the shortcomings of the Dublin system.
More needs to be done to provide resettlement and other answers for their plight.
Recent developments and studies on the issue.
Recent developments in relation to numbers of asylum applicants and first instance decisions on asylum applications in the European Union (EU).
As the European Union considers legal migration policy changes, MPI Europe report suggests
Asylum safeguards must prevail in implementation
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Results for 2015 of the EU Labour force survey (LFS) for the European Union (EU) as a whole, for all Member States individually, as well as for two candidate countries and three EFTA countries.
The number of first time asylum applicants increased by 40 % in the second quarter of 2016 compared with the same quarter of 2015, while it slightly increased by 6 % compared with the first quarter of 2016.
The Recast Asylum Procedures Directive 2013/32/EU:
Caught between the Stereotypes of the Abusive Asylum Seeker and the Vulnerable Refugee
Investigation on the extent to which restrictive asylum and visa policies trigger an unintended behavioural response of potential and rejected asylum seekers.
Paul Minderhoud and Tineke Strik
Legal considerations on the return of asylum-seekers and refugees from Greece to Turkey As part of the EU-Turkey Cooperation in Tackling the Migration Crisis under the safe third country and first country of asylum concept
Restriction of the four freedoms of the Single Market and have a negative economic impact.
The long-term impact of migration
May 29 - 30 2017 - Reykjavík, Iceland
Organised by the Nordic Institute for Migration and the University of Iceland Human Rights Institute, in cooperation with the Icelandic Research Fund Centre of Excellence on Mobilities and Transnational Iceland
November 16 2016 - Brussels, Belgium
Organised by Public Policy Exchange.
October 21st 2016 - Oslo
European Challenges Related to Migration & Asylum and Nordic Cooperation
Cooperation between Nordic Institute for Migration and Refugee Policy, Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo and the Research Institute Fafo, Oslo. Funded by the Norwegian Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
August 11 - 12th 2016 - Oslo
18th Nordic Migration Conference
Organised by the Nordic Migration Research in cooperation with the University of Oslo and the Norwegian Network for Migration Research
4 - 15th of July - Brussels
Organised by the Odysseus Network for Legal Studies on Immigration and Asylum in Europe and is coordinated by the Institute for European Studies of the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB).
June 23 - 25th 2016 - Oslo
Organised by the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) Section for Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health (MEMH) and the Norwegian Center for Minority Health Research (NAKMI)
April 6th 2016 - Oslo
På flukt fra realitetene? Hvordan utforme fremtidens flyktningpolitikk.
October 7 - 8th 2015 - Reykjavík