EMN inform shines light on challenges and existing support services in accessing autonomous housing in the context of international protection
Unlocking insights into the complexities of accessing autonomous housing for applicants and beneficiaries of international protection, the EMN's latest inform highlights challenges faced by these groups and support services available to ease the transition and access to autonomous housing.
This 24 February marks two years from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It also marks two years of unwavering EU solidarity towards Ukraine and the over 4 million people living under temporary protection in the EU. Find out about the EU funded projects that set new standards for humanitarian reception.
On 8-9 February 2024, the Belgian Presidency of the EU Council organised a High-Level Policy Forum and Ministerial Conference on the Integration of Newcomers. The key takeaway was that a well-functioning asylum and migration management system relies heavily on successful integration policies.
On 14 February, the Commission adopted a report on the implementation of the Regulation to address the dissemination of terrorist content online.
On 8 February, the Commission opened a call for proposals under the Internal Security Fund (ISF) with a budget of EUR 30 million. Applications may be submitted as of 8 February 2024. The deadline to apply is 4 April 2024.
On 6 February, the Commission welcomed the political agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Council of the EU on new rules for the Schengen Borders Code. This will strengthen EU coordination in managing cross-border health and security threats.
Over 4,000 asylum seekers in the EU have been relocated to other European countries under the current Voluntary Solidarity Mechanism. This cooperation allows asylum applicants to be relocated from their EU host country of first entry to another European country.
On 6 February, the Commission proposed a recast of the Directive 2011/93/EU to strengthen criminal law on child sexual abuse and sexual exploitation.
Call for participants: RAN REHABILITATION WG Meeting - Rehabilitation for female VETOs and the role of masculinity in DDR, Zagreb 14 -15 March 2024
The target audience for this meeting are exit and probation practitioners involved in the rehabilitation of individuals of all genders leaving a violent extremist group and/or abstaining from radical ideology.
CERIS provides a platform for policy makers, security practitioners, researchers and academia, industry and civil society to identify gaps & needs and solutions for civil security. Set up in October 2022, the CERIS expert group is the backbone of the CERIS community that counts 3100 subscribers.