Orodja za lokalno vključevanje preseljenih beguncev
|Building a Resettlement Network of European Cities and Regions- Experiences of the SHARE Network 2012-2015||ICMC Europe|
|Higher Education for Migrants and Refugees - Website||European Commission|
|Welcome to Europe! A comprehensive guide to resettlement||ICMC Europe||Belgium, Czech Republic|
|Striving for a New Future - an interactive web documentary on refugee students||Emiel Elgersma||Netherlands|
|Congolese Refugees in the United States||Cultural Orientation Resource centre|
|Carlow Rohingya Resettlement Programme||Aoife Titley||Ireland|
|Accès à l’enseignement supérieur : qu’en est-il des réfugiés réinstallés ?||France Terre D'Asile||France|
|The World at Our Doorstep||Onondaga Citizens League|
|Participative Integration in Finland||The Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Employment and the Economy, the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Finnish Cultural Foundation in Finland and the Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities||Finland|
|Early experiences of Young Sudanese resettled to Finland||Saija Niemi||Finland|
|Welcome to Sheffield||ICMC Europe|
|Etude Biennale - Les acquis du projet européen 'Réseau pour l'Intégration des Réinstallés'||France Terre d'Asile||France|
Orodja za lokalno vključevanje preseljenih beguncev
Tööriistakomplekt kohaliku tasandi kaasamiseks pagulaste ümberasustamisel
Toolkit privind incluziunea la nivel local a refugiaților strămutați
Guia de Acolhimento Local para a Reinstalação de Refugiados
Инструментариум за местна интеграция при презаселване на бежанци
Alat za stručne djelatnike koji su zaduženi za izbjeglice iz programa preseljenj
“Either we enable migrants to become part of the community, or we will witness tensions and a further growth of xenophobic movements. SHARE brought together cities, towns, communities, churches and migrant associations to promote and coordinate a real response to the needs of integration. I am proud of it.”
Peter Sutherland, UN Special Representative for Migration and President of the International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC)
ICMC published its report “Building a Resettlement Network of European Cities and Regions- Experiences of the SHARE Network 2012-2015”, being the culmination of 4 years of the SHARE Network learning.
Since 2012, the SHARE project has built a European resettlement network of regions, cities and their civil society partners with the objectives of 1) promoting refugee protection and resettlement and a culture of welcome and 2) improving planning and coordination for refugee reception and integration in Europe.
SHARE has expanded the EU Resettlement Network (ERN), engaging over 1,200 regional and local contacts already active in resettlement, contemplating resettlement projects or planning advocacy for resettlement in their respective countries. The project spanned Europe, engaging stakeholders in Austria, Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Luxembourg, Latvia, The Netherlands, Norway, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Romania and the United Kingdom. SHARE has sought to develop a network of actors to share best practices in resettlement between experienced actors and actors in emerging resettlement countries or countries considering resettlement, facilitate refugee integration locally, exchange information and learning in a formalized fashion, advocate for resettlement and share creative and contextualized local resettlement solutions.
With continued loss of life in attempts to cross the Mediterranean, developing adequate channels for the orderly admission of refugees to Europe must be at the core of strategies to address asylum and migration challenges in the European Union. Resettlement is a significant tool in this respect and the SHARE project sought to promote resettlement and improve resettlement outcomes.
Resettlement allows for ahead planning and coordination leading to better reception and integration of refugees. SHARE learning suggests that all countries can develop successful resettlement programmes when properly planned and coordinated among stakeholders and that a European-wide response, involving all countries and regions and municipalities (from large cities to small villages), is essential.
The SHARE network position is that the same kind of planning and integration services as are applied in resettlement should be applied in cases of relocation or any other mechanism to distribute refugees across countries or territories.
A number of key policy recommendations emerged from the SHARE project that have the potential to improve and strengthen resettlement, relocation and refugee reception and integration in Europe which include 1) Non-discrimination among refugees of the same country in granting of status and service provision; 2) Recognizing the need to strengthen reception and integration services in those regions and municipalities receiving larger number or specific (vulnerable) profiles of refugee; 3) The need for increased attention to refugee placement decisions in a manner sensitive to refugees’ special needs and potential, particularly with respect to integration into the labor market; 4) Strengthening multi-stakeholder cooperation between regions, municipalities and civil society in providing reception, welcome and integration services; 5) Including regional and local actors in financial decision-making (AMIF) and programming; 6) Promoting grassroots initiatives and volunteerism in providing welcome and integration services; 7) Prioritizing the use of Personalized Integration Programs (PIPs) and including employment as an important benchmark in such integration plans.
We hope that this summary of policy reflections, tools and resources and recommendations produced by the SHARE network will support and offer guidance to regional and local actors implementing reception programmes in Europe and be a useful policy tool for a broad range of actors working in the field of asylum and migration in Europe.
This website provides an overview of the initiatives promoted by the European Commission to facilitate the exchange of good practices on migrants’ and refugees’ education and the projects the Commission funds across the different levels of education.
This 33-minute video includes interviews with refugees and community leaders from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and refugee service providers, speaking about the resettlement experiences of newly-arrived and previously resettled refugees from the DRC. Topics addressed include employment opportunities, experience learning English in the United States, education for children and adults, inter-ethnic co-existence, family adjustment, emotional health, and other matters that affect the refugees’ daily lives.