|Welcome to Europe! A comprehensive guide to resettlement||ICMC Europe||Belgium, Czech Republic|
|Refugee Resettlement in France Factsheet||Forum Réfugiés-Cosi||France|
|CONVIVIAL NEWSLETTER - Housing as a key to a new life||CONVIVIAL||Belgium|
|Carlow Rohingya Resettlement Programme||Aoife Titley||Ireland|
|Bertine Bahige, a Congolese refugee resettled to the US, tells his life story||Wyoming Chronicle|
|Welcome to Sheffield||ICMC Europe|
This publication is an outcome of the joint IOM, UNHCR and ICMC project ‘Linking In EU resettlement – Linking the resettlement phases and connecting (local) resettlement practitioners’, co-funded by the European Commission via the European Refugee Fund.
This new edition of Welcome to Europe covers all aspects of global resettlement needs, processes, policy and partnerships, focusing on the ongoing growth and development of resettlement in Europe, as follows:
Chapter 1 – Resettlement and international protection
Chapter 2 – Global resettlement
Chapter 3 – Refugee situations in focus
Chapter 4 – The resettlement process: from identification to departure
Chapter 5 – Resettlement in Europe – rising slowly but surely
Chapter 7 – European resettlement programmes
Chapter 8 – Building a new life in the community: approaches to reception and integration in Europe
‘Welcome to Europe!’ underscores the life-saving role of resettlement, and contributes to the promotion of resettlement in Europe as one component of a comprehensive and durable approach to protecting refugees. To submit your contributions and reflections on the publication, please contact Sophie Ngo-Diep at email@example.com or start a discussion in the Community of Practice.
Extended interview with Bertine Bahige, a Campbell County High School math teacher with a story about life and survival.
This research report, on behalf of the County Carlow Development Board, aims to provide a systematic assessment and evaluation of the Carlow Rohingya Resettlement Programme. Data was collected to explore the opinions and inputs of relevant stakeholders in the area in order to provide useful feedback about the effectiveness and value of the project. It aims to qualitatively document the key learning from the programme, to highlight areas of success and achievement and to indicate areas in need of greater attention. In addition, it aims to assess the current level of need of the Rohingya community and to make recommendations for the future development of the Resettlement Programme based on the main findings of the research. It is intended that this document act as the first comprehensive account of all of the initiatives that took place in the first year of the Carlow Rohingya Resettlement Programme as well as contextualising the project within the most recent and relevant social framework.