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Research Study #2 - Comparative Reintegration Outcomes between Forced and Voluntary Return and Through a Gender Perspective

Research Study #2 - Comparative Reintegration Outcomes between Forced and Voluntary Return and Through a Gender Perspective
Type
KMH Research Study
Study
Country
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, El Salvador, Gambia, Nigeria, Somalia
Region
Asia and the Pacific, Central and North America and the Caribbean, East Africa and the Horn of Africa, West and Central Africa
Organization
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Year
2021
Publication Series
KMH Research Study
Authors
Maastricht Graduate School of Governance (MGSoG), Maastricht University

This report presents the outcomes of two combined research projects: 1) “Comparative reintegration outcomes in forced and voluntary returns”, and 2) “Understanding and implementing gender-sensitive sustainable reintegration”. The aims of these projects were to study differences in reintegration outcomes between forced and voluntary returnees, and male and female returnees in various return contexts and by identifying other factors that affect reintegration outcomes at the individual, community and structural level.

The projects were commissioned by IOM under the EU-IOM Knowledge Management Hub, funded by the European Union, and designed and implemented by a research team based at the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance (MGSoG), Maastricht University.

Research for this report was conducted in six countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, El Salvador, the Gambia, Nigeria and Somalia), using a mix of methods. The methodology consisted of the analysis of quantitative data collected by IOM country missions and the research team using the RSS tool, and the analysis of qualitative data collected through in-depth interviews with returnees, family members of returnees and key informant interviews.

Attachment Size
REPORT 19.7 MB
COUNTRY PROFILES 2.57 MB
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 9.56 MB