|30 Mar 2023
Integration allows migrants to contribute to Ireland’s economic, social, cultural and political life and is critical for social cohesion and inclusive growth. Nonetheless, racism and discrimination can create barriers to integration. This in-person conference presented new EMN Ireland and ESRI research on migrants’ integration in Ireland and brought together expert speakers to reflect on the policy implications of the research. The new National Action Plan against Racism for Ireland … Read More
|24 Nov 2021
EMN Ireland/ESRI Webinar Immigration detention and alternatives: Ireland and the EU Date: Wednesday 24 November 2021 Time: 14:00 – 15:30 (15:00 – 16:30 CET) This webinar, hosted by EMN Ireland, within the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), provides an overview of the legal framework and use of immigration detention and alternatives to detention in Ireland. It situates this overview in a … Read More
|08 Dec 2020
EMN Ireland/ESRI Online Conference Supporting Integration: Access to Citizenship in Ireland and the EU 8 December 2020 Presentations now available; scroll down for video recording Click here to view the Conference Brochure Conference Agenda 9:30 Welcome Frances McGinnity, Associate Research Professor, Economic and Social Research Institute 9.35 Keynote: Citizenship acquisition and labour market outcomes of migrants Maarten Vink, European University … Read More
|25 May 2020
An EMN Ireland/ESRI webinar Hosted by EMN Ireland, located within the ESRI, this webinar presented the findings of a new EU-wide, European Migration Network (EMN) study on national statuses for people in need of protection. The study finds that 20 Member States plus Norway have at least one national protection status in place, in addition to refugee and subsidiary protection statuses … Read More
|29 Jan 2020
This conference was co-hosted by EMN Ireland, within the ESRI, and the Department of Justice and Equality to consider how best Ireland can harness non-EU start-up talent in the context of a newly revised Start-Up Entrepreneur Programme (STEP).
|26 Jun 2019
Launch of two new integration reports on Diverse neighbourhoods: an analysis of the residential distribution of immigrants in Ireland and Policy and practice targeting the labour market integration of non-EU nationals in Ireland.
|04 Dec 2018
This conference discussed the status, care and integration of unaccompanied minors in Ireland and Europe
|26 Feb 2018
This seminar discussed the challenges, pitfalls and solutions associated with managing labour migration for lower skilled jobs from the perspective of the OECD.
|08 Feb 2018
This conference provided an opportunity to exchange information on family reunification schemes in Ireland and abroad
|08 Nov 2016
EMN Ireland Conference addressing current responses to ongong refugee crisis, 15 December 2016
|06 Apr 2016
Seminar on Statelessness Determination Procedures: Policy Options, Practical Experiences and Challenges
Joint seminar hosted by EMN Ireland, within the Economic and Social Research Institute, and UNHCR Ireland.
|26 Nov 2015
Making labour migration work: Identifying skills shortages and attracting migrant workers as part of the solution
joint conference hosted by EMN Ireland, within the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), and the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation
|30 Sep 2014
EMN Ireland / UNHCR Ireland Conference: Protection of Unaccompanied Minors and Separated Children in Ireland and Europe
EMN Ireland, the Irish National Contact Point of the European Migration Network together with the UNHCR Ireland, will hold a half-day conference on Thursday, 27 November 2014
|25 Mar 2014
This EMN Ireland / ESRI Conference, an associated event of the Irish Presidency of the Council of the EU, will be held on Friday, 14 June 2013, from 10.00 to 16.00, at the Convention Centre Dublin.
|25 Nov 2010
Conference presentations from EMN Ireland’s conference on ‘Labour Market, the Crisis and Migration’, Nov 2010
Presentations from EMN Ireland’s research conference entitled ‘Labour Market, the Crisis and Migration’