2018 Return and Reintegration Key highlights

Nombre de pages: 
96
Année: 
2019
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The International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) 2018 Return and Reintegration Key Highlights presents an overview of the Organization’s core initiatives to assist migrants who are unwilling or unable to stay in their host countries or in returning voluntarily to their countries of origin. This report simultaneously provides trends and figures on the number of migrants supported by IOM in both returning to and reintegrating into their communities, while indicating the leading host/transit countries and countries of origin over the past year.

Now in its 41st year, IOM’s Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) programmes remain essential to the Organization’s mission. Since its implementation in 1979, AVRR programmes provided support to over 1.7 million people. Case in point, in 2018 alone, a total of 63,316 migrants were assisted by IOM in returning home through these initiatives.

As shown in this report, the previous year witnessed an increase in assisted voluntary returns from regions outside the European Economic Area and Switzerland, particularly in West and Central Africa, as well as an increase in the caseload of migrants in vulnerable situations assisted worldwide.

In response, IOM promoted sustainable reintegration of migrants through reintegration assistance and counselling (either pre-departure or upon arrival), as observed through 18,274 beneficiaries from 65 IOM country offices in host or transit countries and a further 41,461 beneficiaries from 64 IOM offices in countries of origin.

Table des matières: 
  • FOREWORD
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • LIST OF CHARTS, MAPS AND TABLES
  • LIST OF ACRONYMS
  • INTRODUCTION AND KEY CONCEPTS
  • CHAPTER 1: OVERVIEW 2018
    • 1.1. Assisted voluntary return: main trends
    • 1.2. Assisted voluntary return: overview by region
    • 1.3. Assisted voluntary return: overview by country
    • 1.4. Reintegration assistance: main trends
  • CHAPTER 2: REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS
    • 2.1. Asia and the Pacific
    • 2.2. Central America, North America and the Caribbean
    • 2.3. East and Horn of Africa
    • 2.4. European Economic Area
    • 2.5. Middle East and North Africa
    • 2.6. South America
    • 2.7. South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia
    • 2.8. Southern Africa
    • 2.9. West and Central Africa
  • CHAPTER 3: GLOBAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL INITIATIVES
    • GLOBAL
      • A framework for assisted voluntary return and reintegration
      • Project to Operationalize an Integrated Approach to Reintegration in the Framework of Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (ORION)
    • REGIONAL
      • EU–IOM Actions in Support of Migrant Protection and Reintegration: Implementing IOM’s integrated approach to reintegration
      • Migrant Caravans: Providing Safe and Dignified Return to Migrants in Need and Protecting Migrants in Vulnerable Situations
      • IOM Western Balkans Approach to a Migration Influx: Strengthening cooperation between partners to make migration governance systems more efficient
    • NATIONAL
      • IOM Nepal’s Approach to the Reintegration of Migrants in Vulnerable Situations: Creating a Sustainable Foundation to Address Trafficking and Unsafe Migration for Women and Girls
      • IOM Belgium: AVRR Job Placement approach: Strengthening links with the local government, the private sector and development cooperation actors
      • IOM Morocco: FORAS – Enhancing Reintegration Opportunities
      • IOM Colombia: Assisting returnees in their economic reintegration
  • ANNEXES
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