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Making it work. AVRR programmes and Ghanaian returnees

  • Markus  Rudolf
  • Ester  Serra Mingot

Release Date

2020-09

Language

  • English

Topics


External researchers have criticised existing self-monitoring measures of national and European AVRR programmes for neglecting reintegration and focusing on means to ensure that rejected asylum seekers and undocumented migrants leave the national territory, regardless of what happens next.
This Policy Brief addresses this point by presenting recommendations that are based on the result of fieldwork conducted in Ghana between January and February 2020. The authors in particular recommend:
\ Raise beneficiaries' awareness of Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) programmes in destination countries.
\ Adapt AVRR strategies to domestic political realities.
\ Adjust reintegration assistance to the Ghanaian context.

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@techreport{RudolfSerraMingot, author = "Markus Rudolf and Ester Serra Mingot", title = "Making it work. AVRR programmes and Ghanaian returnees", latexTitle = "Making it work. AVRR programmes and Ghanaian returnees", publisher = "BICC", number = "5", institution = "BICC", type = "BICC Policy brief", year = "2020", address = "Bonn", }

Document-Type

BICC Policy brief

Publisher

BICC

Place

Bonn

Countries/Region

Ghana