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Friday, 02 November 2018

2018 study for Migration in Greece

The 1st EPLO study on Migration in Greece for 2018 has been published at the European Migration Network (EMN)/EC website

Τhe European Commission Directorate-General for Migration has published on its website the 1st Study for 2018 prepared by the EPLO on “Labour market integration of third-country nationals in EU member states”, in the case of Greece.

EMN studies provide a comparative analysis of topics of immediate interest to policymakers and other stakeholders related to migration and asylum in the EU. Policy relevant study topics are selected from proposals made by individual or groups of EMN NCPs and/ or the European Commission. The selection is based on their relevance to current policy priorities in the Member States and Norway and to the work of the European Commission and its agencies. The Steering Board reviews and formally approves the selection of topics within the context of the annual EMN Work Programme.

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues. This is the 1st Focussed Study (FS) for 2018.

The Project is co-funded by the European Union and the Ministry for Migration Policy of the Hellenic Republic under the European Migration Network.

The study was prepared by the EPLO under the scientific directorship of Dr. Theodoros Fouskas (Sociologist, Research Associate, EPLO) and the EPLO research team consisted of: Prof. Vassilis Hatzopoulos (Department of Department of International, European and Regional Studies, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences and Provost of the European Law and Governance School), Prof. Georgios Tsobanoglou (Department of Sociology, University of the Aegean), Prof. Panagiotis Grigoriou (Department of Sociology, from the University of the Aegean), Prof. Gerassimos Karabelias (Department of Sociology, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences), Andrea de Maio (J.D. University of Rome La Sapienza, Ass. Dir. for Technical Cooperation, EPLO), and Fotini-Maria Mine (MSc in Sociology of European Law, Lund University).

The Study is available in English here

tags: Migration Greece, European Migration Network, EMN, European Commission Directorate-General, EPLO