EUAA monthly snapshots (Latest Asylum Trends) should be understood as giving an estimation of overall asylum trends at EU+ level in as close to real time as possible...
Until now, the knowledge of these practices and approaches in different countries has been incidental and fragmented. The RLF project is aimed at promoting reception and living in families (RLF) by increasing knowledge of it, connecting stakeholders in Europe, promoting good practices and offering strategies for expansion. This report contains examples of the good RLF practices found and what is needed to implement them further, according to experts the project team met along the way.
The project aims to:
Formulate steps for each member state for reuniting a UAM with his family (care to care);
Offer support to guardians and other representatives...
The objectives are to address the knowledge and implementation gap concerning alternatives to detention for asylum seekers in the EU, paying particular attention to vulnerable asylum seekers, to assist...
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