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This mixed methods study – a collaboration between the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Samuel Hall and the University of Sussex – builds on previous research on debt and reintegration by analysing returnees’ and their households’ experiences...
This study was the result of a collaboration between the EU-IOM Knowledge Management Hub (KMH), with the financial support of the European Union (EU), in collaboration with Samuel Hall and the African Centre for Migration and Society at the University of the...
The Sustainable Reintegration Knowledge Bites Series aims to present findings pertaining to sustainable reintegration outcomes emerging from analyses based on Reintegration Sustainability Survey (RSS) data and other monitoring and evaluation (M&E) data...
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...
The EU-IOM KMH is the only support and resource hub on return and reintegration that is available to support practitioners and policymakers worldwide. The KMH is part of the larger Pilot Action on Voluntary Return and Sustainable, Community-Based Reintegration...
Solo entre enero y abril de 2019, casi 72 mil personas migrantes retornaron a los países del Norte de Centroamérica por distintos medios. Las razones de retorno son complejas y se requiere de un apoyo integral para facilitar la reintegración de quienes vuelven...
The Joint Initiative broke new ground in migration governance by engaging with countries on the sensitive topic of return and reintegration of returnees, setting the stage for effective voluntary return processes – even amid COVID-19 border restrictions. The...
This reintegration evaluation of the EU-IOM Joint Initiative provides an assessment of reintegration outcomes after three years of program implementation, on the eve of the COVID 19 pandemic. It finds that the intervention has been both relevant and effective...
Cette recherche s’inscrit dans le programme « Sécurité, Support et Solutions le long de la Route de la Méditerranée Centrale » financé par le Royaume-Uni à travers le département du développement international (DFID) dont l’un des objectifs est d’améliorer la...
To better understand the demographic profiles, living conditions and reintegration processes of Afghan returnees, IOM, under the EU-funded project “Displacement Tracking Matrix Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (DTM REMAP)”, developed the...
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the unexpected return of many Cambodian women migrant workers to their home provinces. Job losses caused by lockdowns, border closures and a general fear of being separated from family members during the pandemic forced...
The report is based on the Swedish Red Cross' follow up missions in Albania, Iraq and Kosovo in 2019 and 2020, where 28 individuals returned from Sweden and other EU countries, and were interviewed. Mainly families were among the returnees. The report...
Through KIND’s direct work with children and research it has been observed that returning migrant children often face stigma and discrimination in their communities. Returning children often have significant mental health needs, educational gaps, and, in the...
This report provides a comprehensive assessment of irregular child migration from Ethiopia based on a case study in five regions: Amhara, Oromia, Tigray, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People’s Region (SNNPR) and Dire Dawa. The report first provides an...
A Region on the Move report series for the East and Horn of Africa has been the regional flagship publication since 2017. Over the years, the report series have illustrated the main humanitarian situations, with a focus on internal displacement and mixed...
The Asia–Pacific Migration Data Report series is the flagship publication for the region since 2020. The Asia–Pacific Migration Data Report 2021 consolidates the latest evidence on the migration landscape in the region in 2021, principally through the lens of...
This report is an annual overview of activities led and implemented by the Migration Health Division of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in 2021, in close collaboration with Member States, other United Nations agencies and partners in the...