The experiences of resettled refugees in Belgium
With this research by Franck Caestecker and Ilse Derluyn (UGent), Myria aims at gaining more insight, from a longitudinal perspective, into the experiences and current living situation of refugees who came to Belgium in the framework of resettlement programmes.
In this report we specifically question the way the support for these resettled refugees was put into practice and how the refugees experience the practical difficulties during the entire process and how they evaluate the selection, the trajectory, the ressetlement and the integration in Belgium.
Moving to Belgium as an EU citizen
Myria presents the study 'Moving to Belgium as an EU citizen' to the general public. The study points out a number of shortcomings in the registration formalities of EU citizens in the municipality. It contains recommendations to guarantee the free movement of EU workers, self-employed persons and jobseekers and their families.
Socio-demographic profile and socio-economic careers of people granted international protection in Belgium, 2001-2014
What is the socio-demographic profile and the socio-economic careers of people who obtained a status of international protection in Belgium? The Belgian Contactpoint of the European Migration Network (EMN) publishes a study on labour market participation of beneficiaries of international protection. The research was done by the demographic research centre DEMO (UCLouvain) in cooperation with Myria.
2018 Annual report trafficking and smuggling of human beings
Myria, the National independent rapporteur on human trafficking assesses in its latest report the detection, reception and support of child victims of human trafficking. According to the findings of Myria Nigerian minors are a particularly vulnerable group.