Return migration is not only flying back home. A flight of a few hours might change the physical location of the returnee but adjusting mentally to being back takes much more time. Reintegration should not be counted in hours but in weeks and months. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution to successful reintegration, comprehensive support helps restarting the life back home.
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Successful integration contributes towards peaceful coexistence in communities. However, integration is a complex and longstanding process. Isn’t it then beneficial to start it as early as possible? The challenge in Finland is how to go about achieving effective early integration.
IOM järjestää maksuttomia teemakoulutuksia sosiaali- ja terveysalan ammattilaisille alkuvuodesta 2019 seuraavilla paikkakunnilla: Helsinki, Tampere, Oulu, Kuopio, Turku.
Aiheina siirtolaisuusterveys ja ihmiskauppa. Ilmoittaudu mukaan täältä.
In October 2018 a total of 41 persons returned voluntarily with the assistance of IOM Finland.
A large part of the quota refugees bound for Finland in 2018 got their pre-departure orientation in Turkey in July.
On Thursday morning an enthusiastic audience of health and social workers, and representatives from organizations and institutions had a chance to listen to American expert on human trafficking, MD, MPH Hanni Stoklosa lecture. The workshop was held at THL, the National Institute for Health and Welfare in Helsinki.
On August 23 the Embassy of the United States of America and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are organizing a workshop with leading US expert Ms. Hanni Stoklosa.