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Coping with Return: Methodology development and exchange of best practices on voluntary return assistance in the enlarged European Union with particular emphasis on vulnerable asylum seekers

Coping with Return: Methodology development and exchange of best practices on voluntary return assistance in the enlarged European Union with particular emphasis on vulnerable asylum seekers
Tipo
Manual
País
Austria, Bélgica, Hungría, Irlanda, Eslovaquia, Chequia, Países Bajos (los)
Región
Espacio Económico Europeo
Organización
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Año
2006

This manual is based on the findings drawn from the project Coping with Return aimed to contribute to the joint efforts by the enlarged EU in facilitating the sustainable return of asylum seekers through an integrated approach to voluntary return, with particular emphasis on vulnerable groups of migrants. It is particularly relevant to people who work with groups of vulnerable asylum seekers, such as unaccompanied minor asylum seekers, victims of traffi cking, and returnees with health problems or asylum seekers who stayed in host countries for a long time. The manual is based on information which resulted from the working conference held on 7 and 8 November 2005 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands - which brought together over 70 return counsellors and delegates from ministries and NGOs from 19 European countries - and the outcome of 120 counselling case studies carried out during a 10-month research phase in seven different EU Member States.