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Access to Family Reunification for Beneficiaries of International Protection in Central Europe

[20/12/2012] [EU-wide] [Impact assessment and evaluation] [English]

Posted by : Country Coordinator Hungary

Authors : Jadwiga Maczynska

The report was drafted based on the findings of a study commissioned by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (hereinafter: UNHCR) Regional Representation for Central Europe (hereinafter: RRCE) concerning access to family reunification by beneficiaries of international protection in Central European countries. The study results from one of the four main regional goals pursued by the RRCE, which is facilitation of durable solutions through functioning integration and resettlement policies and a social climate that is welcoming towards refugees and rejects xenophobic and racist attitudes.

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Source : United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Regional Representation for Central Europe

 

 

 
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