This inform from the European Migration Network (EMN) provides an overview of the implementation of the right of accompanied children to be heard in international protection procedures in EU member states and Norway.
If a person does not meet the criteria for refugee status or subsidiary protection, Member States may offer national protection. This EMN study shows that there are a total of 60 different forms of national protection in these countries.
This EMN Inform presents an overview of five social benefits and arrangements for rights granted by Member States and Norway to beneficiaries of international protection: (1) education, (2) healthcare, (3) financial allowances, (4) housing and (5) family.
The study explores the situation of unaccompanied minors (UAMs) who have been granted a residence permit or issued a return decision, and the approaches established by the (Member) States to their integration or return during the period 2014-2017.
This study examines the labour market access rights for beneficiaries of international protection both in legislation and in practice, but also the availability of employment-related support measures for beneficiaries.