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The Reception and Integration of Asyslum Seekers and Refugees in Europe

Roger Zetter

The Reception and Integration of Asyslum Seekers and Refugees in Europe

Convergence or Divergence?

by Roger Zetter

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Sociology,
  • Emigration & Immigration,
  • Political Science,
  • Public Policy - General,
  • Political Science / Public Policy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8399391M
    ISBN 101403921059
    ISBN 109781403921055

    The EU has clearly defined rules and guidelines for handling asylum seekers. According to the terms of the Dublin Accord, refugees should seek asylum and be cared for in the first EU member state.   Asylum-seekers, including Dublin returnees, are now accommodated only in first reception centres and in CAS. 42 Integration support and personal services (e.g. Italian courses, psychological care, and legal counselling, among others) have been severely cut as a result of the new tender specifications scheme adopted by the Ministry of the.

    The guiding principle for national integration policies in Europe should be a mainstream approach to refugee integration where possible and the provision of specialised services where necessary. Refugee integration is a dynamic two-way process, in which individual refugees, governments and society work together towards building a cohesive society. 1. Why does the Red Cross aid asylum seekers? The Finnish Red Cross supports the authorities in receiving asylum seekers and refugees by maintaining reception centres and promoting interaction between the newcomers and the original population. The Red Cross operates similarly throughout Europe and the world.

    This study compares the longitudinal dynamics of labor market integration between asylum refugees, resettled refugees and their reunited family members. The labor market integration of the three refugee groups are compared by using unique longitudinal register data of total refugee population in Finland during – The results show that among males, family reunion migrants integrate. It will appeal to practitioners, social scientists, and policy makers interested in both understanding the determinants that affect migrant exclusion and inclusion in Alpine territories and developing reception and integration initiatives of advantage to both sides when hosting asylum seekers in mountain areas.


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The Reception and Integration of Asyslum Seekers and Refugees in Europe by Roger Zetter Download PDF EPUB FB2

This comparative report provides an update to ECRE’s analysis of reception capacity for asylum seekers in Europe,11through an assessment of major developments in the reception systems of the 23 countries covered by the Asylum Information Database (AIDA) with a particular focus on management of reception capacity in light of varying pressure on the asylum systems, as well as the implications of the continued residence of beneficiaries of international protection in facilities for asylum.

As the top destination in Europe for asylum seekers in recent years, Germany has rolled out a number of integration policy changes. Based on an early look at how newcomers’ integration is progressing, the report finds the policies have had ambiguous implications.

The report also provides insights into the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of the asylum seeker and refugee population. This open access book describes how the numerous arrivals of asylum seekers since shaped reception and integration processes in Europe.

It addresses the structuration of asylum and reception systems, and spaces and places of reception on European. Innovative strategies for the reception of asylum seekers and refugees in European cities This special collection aims to explore exciting territories through extending the existing analyses of multi-level governance and the ‘local turn’ to the underexplored area of asylum seeker reception.

Decisive action is urgently needed to alleviate overcrowding through large-scale transfers of asylum seekers to the mainland, where additional reception capacity must be found quickly. “Conditions on the islands are shocking and shameful,” said Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees.

The focus of this book is on the polarization, on the positive and negative attitudes, representations and practices, as well as on the interactions, at the local level, between majority populations and asylum seekers in the context of the –18 reception crisis.

This book has three objectives. First, it intends to examine publicopinion. This briefing discusses recent research from the Mediterranean Migration Research Programme, focusing on the reception of refugees and migrants and their integration in host states. It examines the ways in which reception is understood both in international and European law and in practice as it relates to asylum.

Asylum seeker reception in Europe has proven a ‘wicked issue’ (Rittel and Webber ), whereby policy actors identify the problem in different ways and existing policy solutions have so far failed to resolve the became particularly clear during the – European ‘refugee crisis’ when various political and administrative problems with asylum reception were apparent.

The reception of refugees and asylum seekers in Europe. 2 Foundations, and the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF). The contents of this report are the sole responsi- to the improvement of asylum policies and practices in Europe and the situation of asylum seekers by providing all.

With regard to the reception of asylum seekers in the European Union, provisions for the protection of people with disabilities are found in a wide range of regulatory sources. Full and effective participation in society by people with disabilities implies the obligation to provide them with specific protection.

ECRE’s Asylum Information Database (AIDA) is launching the first of a series of country reports from 20 European countries. The reports provide an updated and thorough overview of statistics, legal and policy frameworks and practices in the areas of asylum procedures, reception conditions, detention of asylum seekers and rights of recognised beneficiaries of protection.

This book addresses the ‘three moments’ in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) asylum seekers’ and refugees’ efforts to secure protection: The reasons for their flight, the Refugee Status Determination process, and their integration into the host community once they are recognized refugee status.

Mapping asylum procedures, reception conditions, detention and content of protection in Europe. Click on the flag of a country to access a country report, latest news on asylum and the comparator, allowing you to compare key policies and practice between countries covered by the AIDA database.

The updated country report on Hungary documents developments in the area of asylum procedures, reception conditions, detention of asylum seekers and content of international protection in The quasi-state of exception that has been introduced into Hungarian law in Septemberentitled as the “state of crisis due to mass migration.

The Refugee Reception Act of Baden-Württemberg provides that asylum seekers should have m² of living space, while other regulations provide for 6 or 7m² per person. A A typical room in an initial reception centre has between 2 and 4 beds, there are chairs and a table and each resident has a locker for herself or himself.

Recognized refugees need to vacate much needed accommodation for asylum seekers waiting in crowded reception facilities on the Greek Aegean islands.

O women, men, and children live in five island reception centres with capacity for fewer than 6, As the number of asylum seekers arriving in Sweden each month climbed to the tens of thousands in latethe Swedish asylum system reached a breaking point. Arrivals have since slowed, but the challenge is far from over.

This report examines Swedish policymakers’ efforts to manage future flows and support integration of newcomers through changes to housing, employment, education, and.

Athens, 15 July – The Ministry of Migration and Asylum, the European Commission and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, signed today in Athens a Grant Agreement on the implementation of ESTIA II rental accommodation scheme for asylum-seekers. Inthe number of asylum applications marked a significant decrease of % in comparison withand continued a downward path also in Inasylum seekers applied for international protection in the 27 current Member States of the European Union (EU), up by % compared with Starting fromthe Summer School focuses on labor market integration of migrants and asylum seekers, exploring this vast topic from several perspectives, such as: analysis and comparisons of current labor integration policies for migrants and refugees in Europe, certifications and recognition of qualifications, migrants’ self-employment and self-enterprise, and more.

Introduction. The current Special Issue in the Journal of Refugee Studies provides new evidence about refugees’ situation in first-reception and final-destination countries in Europe. It empirically reviews mental health screening and survey methodology tools for refugee populations, integration conditions and attitudes of host societies.

The conference will gather scholars and researchers in the field of migration and asylum, with the aim to open debate around the findings of the research project: Public opinion, mobilizations and policies concerning asylum seekers and refugees in anti-immigrant times (Europe and Belgium) – PUMOMIG, funded by the Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO/BRAIN-be).

The decree effectively excluded all asylum seekers from these reception centers by creating the SIPROIMI (Protection System for beneficiaries of International Protection and for Unaccompanied.