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The Return and Reintegration of Rejected Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants

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This report compares the experiences of several existing assisted return programmes for rejected asylum seekers and irregular migrants in Europe and draws lessons for future programmes. Specifically, the report focuses on three aspects: programme implementation, targeting of assistance, and evaluation. It analyzes the experiences of existing programmes in France, the Netherlands, and Switzerland and makes recommendations for best practice in the future.

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Programme overviews

Through reviewing existing evaluations and by interviewing relevant officials, an attempt has been made systematically to collect the same information on each of the programmes on which this report focuses. The overviews covered: the dates on which the programmes were initiated and where appropriate have ended; the target populations, countries and regions; the type and level of assistance provided; the projected and actual number of returnees; a profile of returnees, and the programme budget. Fora variety of reasons, however, certain information has been unavailable for each programme, and the following overviews highlight these gaps.

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