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This third Knowledge Bite explores the reintegration outcomes and satisfaction levels of migrants assisted to return from South Africa to Mozambique and Malawi under the Pilot Action on Voluntary Return and Sustainable, Community-Based Reintegration funded by...
The first Knowledge Bite, published in October 2020, gave a first indication of some of the factors that can contribute to or hamper sustainable reintegration outcomes. Notably, the results revealed that returnees benefiting from economic reintegration...
This first introductory Knowledge Bite focuses on a high-level analysis of the RSS data collected in the framework of the various EU-IOM Actions and centrally available with the scope of defining some of the factors affecting sustainable reintegration outcomes...
The AU-EU Technical Workshop on Sustainable Reintegration took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on 27 and 28 November 2018. Organised in the context of the AU-EU-UN Taskforce on the situation of migrants in Libya, it aimed to facilitate exchange of good...
This report provides a snapshot of the third round of RLS data collection, as well as a comparison of data that was collected among those returnees who also participated in the second round (September-October 2021). Round 3 of RLS data collection took place...
Cette étude entre dans le cadre de l’exécution de la Convention entre l’Institut Universitaire Européen (Florence Italie) et le Cendre de Recherche Appliquée pour le Développement (CREAD) portant sur le projet “Action collective de soutien à la migration de...
Ce rapport constitue une modeste contribution visant à introduire la problématique de la migration de retour, telle que l’Algérie l’a élaborée et mise en œuvre dans sa stratégie de gestion de la migration internationale. L’essentiel de notre analyse est fondé...
Cambodia has seen an increasing trend in migration over the last two decades pushed by better job prospects abroad and closer bilateral cooperation with neighbouring countries. Migrants make immense contribution to the Cambodian economy through regular...
This report presents the data on internally displaced persons (IDPs) and returnees between October – November 2021. The data and findings represent round 39 of the Displacement Tracking Matrix’s (DTM) Mobility Tracking. In Libya, no new mass displacements have...
ICMPD commissioned Samuel Hall to examine existing return, re-admission and reintegration (RRR) programming in Africa. This study involved: Overview analysis of legal frameworks at regional, continental, and international levels. An in-depth review of RRR...
This joint publication of the ADBI, OECD, and ILO focusses on trends and the future of labour migration in light of the disruptions and developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic and provides useful policy guidance and statistical reference to practitioners...
Across Somalia, a vicious combination of conflict and natural disaster such as draught and flooding have caused 2.6 million persons to leave their home in recent years. Nearly half, 1 million, are displaced in central and southern Somalia, namely in Jubaland...
This report assesses changes in the lives of migrant workers from before to after their migration and provides recommendations for improving outcomes within the region. The research was designed to examine migration from a regional perspective, providing...
As part of the Solutions Strategy for Afghan Refugees (SSAR), UNHCR is taking part in the development of a joint Voluntary Return and Reintegration Programme for Afghan returnees led by the Afghan Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation (MoRR), assisted by...
La investigación Vivencias en el retorno y la reintegración. Mujeres migrantes y víctimas de Trata retornadas a Colombia se propuso analizar, desde una perspectiva feminista, las experiencias de retorno y reintegración sociolaboral de mujeres migrantes...
The aim of this report is to highlight the challenges that women migrant workers from South Asia who returned from the Middle East experience when trying to resume their lives upon return. It highlights gaps in the implementation of policies and programmes for...
The exponential increase of COVID-19 infections and the related policy responses to contain the spread of the virus around the globe have had significant impacts on international migrants, their households, as well as communities of origin, transit and...
In 2015, Samuel Hall conducted a study to document conditions of unassisted spontaneous returns of Somalis. Starting with decision-making processes up to the conditions of returnees post-return, the study provides a cross border, longitudinal view of...
This study seeks to provide an analysis of the current returns to Syria. The ongoing armed conflict in Syria has displaced millions of people inside and outside the country sparking an international humanitarian crisis. Since 2011, over 6 million Syrians have...
Returns to (post-)conflict and fragile settings, from Afghanistan to Somalia, are increasing. The literature is clear on the return challenges to such contexts, and the diverse array of expectations of (re-)integration that differ depending on age, gender...