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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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Targeting assistance

What the study programmes in this report have in common is the provision of assistance in an attempt to facilitate the return of rejected asylum seekers and irregular migrants. Of particular interest for this report is the way that this assistance has been targeted, and it is clear from the overview in Section 3 that the programmes often have adopted different approaches. This section compares and contrasts the way each programme has targeted assistance by focusing on five key issues: programme aims and objectives, target populations, target countries/regions of origin, types and level of assistance, and interaction with other return programmes.

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