Hessische Erstaufnahmeeinrichtung in Gießen (HEAE) Pregnancy and legal protection for working mothers. Advice is on offer that targets expectant mothers and future parents.
If you are expecting a child, pregnancy advisory services can help you with issues surrounding pregnancy and birth, and can support you before and during pregnancy with medical, social and legal advice. They can give information about the following topics: questions connected to pregnancyfinancial and social support services during and after pregnancyemployment law (e.g. Maternity Protection Act, parental leave, etc.)termination of pregnancychildcare options Welfare and family associations, churches, social services offices, health authorities and doctors offer pregnancy advice and counselling in the event of unwanted pregnancy.
Migration, Asylum and Refugees in Germany: Understanding the Data. Germany - Last year, Germany was the main European Union (EU) country of destination for migrants and refugees. A new briefing from IOM’s Global Migration Data Analysis Centre in Berlin presents the main data on arrivals of migrants, refugees, and asylum-seekers during 2015. During 2015, one million registered their intention to seek asylum in Germany. The data shows that since April 2015, the majority of first-time asylum applicants were from Syria. Regional Refugee & Migrant Response Plan for Europe - (January –December 2016) – 19 January 2016. Germany Data Briefing 1Jan2016. Registration of the asylum application - Germany. The law states that asylum seekers shall apply for asylum at the border.
However, entry to the territory has to be refused if a migrant reports at the border without the necessary documents for legal entry and if an immediate removal to the neighbouring country (as safe third country) is possible. However, due to a change of practice which took effect at the end of June 2013, the border police has to refer asylum applications to the Federal Office if they arrest asylum seekers who have already crossed the border.
Until June 2013 a directive from the Federal Ministry of the Interior had stipulated that neither the border police nor any other authority had to register asylum applications in such “cases of apprehension” (Aufgriffsfälle). Nachrichten - 2015: Mehr Asylanträge in Deutschland als jemals zuvor. Startseite. Migration, Asylum and Refugees in Germany: Understanding the Data. UNICEF Refugee and Migrant Crisis in Europe: Regional Humanitarian Situation Report # 11, 4 May 2016 - the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Highlights Since the beginning of 2016, almost 184,500 people have crossed the Mediterranean to seek safety and protection in Europe.
Of them, 154,914 arrived on Greek shores. 184,415 # of arrivals in Europe by sea in 2016 (UNHCR, 2 May 2016) 154,914 # of arrivals by sea through Greece in 2016 (UNHCR, 1 May 2016) Situation Overview & Humanitarian Needs Between 1 January and 28 April 2016, 184,415 refugees and migrants arrived in Europe by sea in Europe, 85 per cent of them on Greek shores. Conditions in reception facilities - Germany. Conditions in initial reception centres There is no common standard for initial reception centres, but Federal States have laid down standards to varying degrees in regional legislation through the various State Reception Acts (Landesaufnahmegesetz) and in regulations and directives.
Where no standards for the accommodation of asylum seekers exist, the Federal States often take recourse to other regulations, such as general “sanitation plans” as they exist for other forms of communal accommodation (e.g. residential homes or homeless shelters). Initial reception centres have at least several hundred places. Many of these centres use former army barracks which have been refurbished. Locations vary significantly: While some of the initial reception centres are situated in or close to big cities (e.g.