• Detecting Document Fraud in Migration – part II

    Detecting Document Fraud in Migration – part II

    On 21 and 22 January 2020 a two-day technical seminar unde the title “Detecting Document Fraud in Migration – part II” took place, organised jointly by EMN Greece and EMN Luxembourg.

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  • Detecting Document Fraud

    Detecting Document Fraud

    The National Contact Point of Greece and Luxembourg joined forces to organise in Athens, on 5 and 6 December 2018, an experts’ meeting on Detecting Document Fraud in the EU. Technological decelopments and state of the art approaches and innovations were presented to participants while discussions focused on everyday challenges while working in the field.

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  • Statelessness Platform Retreat, Athens, 3,4 and 5 July 2018

    Statelessness Platform Retreat, Athens, 3,4 and 5 July 2018

    In 2015, the Justice and Home Affairs Council mandated the Europen Migration Network to establish a platform for exchange of information and good practices on the issue of statelessness. Within its activities, the national contact points for Luxembourg and Greece, organized a thematic training seminar on the EMN Platform on Statelessness under the title Statelessness Platform Retreat that took place in Athens, on 3,4 and 5 July 2018.

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  • EMN Annual Conference 2014

    EMN Annual Conference 2014

    The European Migration Network Conference 2014 on Irregular migration and return: challenges and practices was organised by the National Contact Point for Greece, within the framework of the Hellenic Presidency of the EU Council.

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Welcome to the EL EMN NCP

Wellcome to the Homepage of the European Migration Network National Contact Point for Greece (EL EMN NCP) 

europeThe European Migration Network was established in 2003, initially as preparatory action of the European Commission, having as its main goal to provide the European Commission as well as the member states, with objective, reliable, comparable and updated data on immigration and asylum issues. 

With the decision 2008/381/EC, the European Migration Network gets a legal basis in EU level. In this framework Greece participates in the Network actively. The grounds for the establishment of the European Migration Network is to cover the information needs of the EU and EU member states institutions and authorities, in the area of migration and asylum, in order to support European Union to map policy in these sectors.

The General Secretariat for Migration Policy, Ministry for Migration Policy is the Greek National Contact Point in the European Migration Network (art 5, Dec 2008/381/EC). The main role of the EL EMN NCP is to carry out the main tasks of the EMN, as described, each time, in its annual work programs.

Read the EMN Information leaflet 2018