Defining and Measuring Sustainable Reintegration in the Context of Return

Recent years have seen the rise of larger scale irregular migratory flows as a result of continually limited regular migration channels and unaddressed drivers of migration. The numbers of migrants returning to their countries of origin have increased too, as well as the diversity of actors involved and the intricacy of challenges.
While some migrants return to welcoming contexts and reintegrate in a smooth manner, many face challenges they cannot overcome on their own, and need support in their reintegration.
 
At the same time, communities, regions and countries to which migrants return may not have the capacities to provide an environment conducive tosustainable reintegration due to a lack of local infrastructure and resources.
 
Learn more about measuring susteinability in the context of return by reading the full report, here.