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European conference on return & reintegration


Seminar hold in Paris – 3rd and 4th December 2001 rapport Feb 2002 ; 84 pages
Ed. pS-Eau - Paris PMIE - pS-Eau - Paris
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Contents:
PART I / PRESENTATION OF SEVERAL RETURN ACTIVITIES IN EUROPE
Presentation 1: Return or return: a descriptive research on voluntary return activities in nine European member states
I. Introduction
II. Return versus reintegration
III. Voluntary return
IV. Go-and-see visits and freedom of movement
V. The integration and reintegration of immigrants
VI. Integrated reintegration schemes
VII. Voluntary return as an alternative to enforced deportation?
Presentation 2: The experience of the PDLM (France, Mali, Senegal)
I. Introduction
II. PMIE
III. Description of the programme
IV. Results of the PDLM programme
V. Lessons learned
Presentation 3: The activities of the NMI (Netherlands)
I. Introduction
II. The Netherlands Policy
III. Repatriation
IV. Types of return
V. Repatriation act
VI. Migration and Development
Presentation 4: The programme of Caritas Austria « RückkherHilfe-RKH »
I. Introduction
II. How did the project develop?
III. Target group: who do we work for?
IV. The balance of voluntary and involuntary return
V. What kind of help can Caritas offer?
VI. Network of relief organisations
Presentation 5: The Oda Project on displaced persons run by Refugee Action (United Kingdom)
I. Introduction
II. Kosovan Voluntary Return Project
III. Aims Of Oda
IV. Conditions In The Uk
V. Look And See
VI. Return
VII. Conclusions
Presentation 6: The Swedish Solartech training project
I. Introduction
II. Objectives of the vocational training in solar technologies
PART II / REPORT OF THE WORKSHOPS
Workshop 1: The political context of return activities
I. Points of view and definition of key words
II. Common definition of return
III. Recommendations
Workshop 2: Contents of the programmes
I. General comment
II. Information
III. Preparatory Tools of return and reintegration
IV. The procedure of transition from one space to the other (departure, travels and arrival in the home country)
V. The reinstallation, its tools and means
VI. Some of the needs observed and suggestions concerning the content of the programmes.
Workshop 3: Partnerships on return
I. INTRODUCTION
II. GENERAL REMARKS
III. RECOMMENDATIONS
PART III / SUMMARY
Summary by the chairman
I. SUMMARIZING…
II. CONCLUSION
III. A GREAT DIVERSITY OF PROGRAMMES AND ACTORS
IV. SUCH PROGRAMMES ARE LINKED TO PUBLIC POLICIES
V. CONSIDERING SUCH PROGRAMMES IN RELATION TO THE ISSUE OF FOREIGNERS ACCESSING RIGHTS IN THE EUROPEAN AREA
VI. COMMON ELEMENTS AS FAR AS APPROACH, METHODS AND CONTENTS ARE CONCERNED
VII. SIMILAR PROGRAMMES OR SIMILAR SECTIONS OF PROGRAMMES
SUPPLEMENTS
I. supplement 1: List of participants
II. supplement 2: Conference programme
III. supplement 3: Database of reintegration activities

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