For funds in "shared management", the Commission currently entrusts EU States with implementing programmes at national level. EU States then allocate these funds to end recipients (e.g. companies, farmers, municipalities, etc.). The EU State has primary responsibility for setting up a management and control system that complies with the requirements of the regulations, ensuring that this system functions effectively and also preventing, detecting, and correcting irregularities.
In a general sense, the act or process of going back to the point of departure. This could be within the territorial boundaries of a country, as in the case of returning internally displaced persons (IDPs) and demobilised combatants, or between a host country (either transit or destination) and a country of origin, as in the case of migrant workers, refugees, asylum-seekers and qualified nationals. There are subcategories of return that can describe the way the return is implemented, e.g.
Voluntary programmes through which EU States aim to provide international protection and a durable solution in their territories to refugees and displaced persons identified as eligible for resettlement by UNHCR, and that include actions the EU States implement to assess the resettlement needs and transfer the persons concerned to their territories, with a view to granting them a secure legal status and to promoting their effective integration.
The movement of a person or a group of persons, either across an international border (international migration), or within a State (internal migration). It is a population movement, encompassing any kind of movement of people, whatever its length, composition and causes; it includes migration of refugees, displaced persons, economic migrants and persons moving for other purposes, including family reunification.
In the EU context, a broader-term of an immigration and emigration, i.e. the action by which a person either:
The presence on the territory of a Schengen State of a non-EU national who does not fulfil, or no longer fulfils, the conditions of entry as set out in the Schengen Borders Code (Regulation 562/2006), or other conditions for entry, stay or residence in an EU State.