Eastern European Borders Annual Risk Analysis (EB-RAN)
dataset

EB-RAN (Eastern European Borders Risk Analysis Network) statistical data from Belarus; Moldova and Ukraine are available from 2010. The core of the overview are EB-RAN and monthly statistical data of neighbouring FRAN (Frontex Risk Analusis Network) members: Norway; Finland; Estonia; Latvia; Lithuania; Poland; Slovakia; Hungary and Romania (only common borders; or borders with the Russian Federation) covering the year previous to the publication.

Six key indicators of illegal migration are measured: (1) detections of illegal border-crossing; (2) detections of facilitators; (3) detections of illegal stay; (4) refusals of entry; (5) detections of document fraud and (6) asylum applications. The data in the report are presented in several charts and maps.

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    Migration and development

    Migration and development are deeply intertwined. Development can be a driver of migration, granting people access to resources which enable them to move. At the same time, migration can...

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  • 5asy

    Asylum and forced displacement

    Asylum is a fundamental human right guaranteed universally by the 1951 Geneva Convention. The European Union’s Common European Asylum System (CEAS) set up common procedures to ensure fair...

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  • 7mgov

    International migration governance

    International migration governance refers to the complex framework of laws, regulations, partnerships, that national, subnational and international institutions adopt to manage and shape...

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Additional Info

Dataset ID EB-RAN
Data Frequency annual
Temporal Coverage Start 1905-07-05
Status Active
Spatial Coverage European Union ; Schengen
Mode Report
Data Type statistical
Accessed On 2016-11-24
Category operational data

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