ASPIRE: Assessing and Strengthening Participation In Refugee Resettlement to Europe (2008-2010) | Magyar Helsinki Bizottság
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More and more countries get engaged in resettlement every year, accepting to provide asylum for a certain number of refugees resettled from a conflict zone or from a temporary host country where no effective protection can be offered to them in the long run.

Resettlement from a temporary refuge to another host country is considered as one of the three “durable solutions” for refugees. More and more countries get engaged in resettlement every year, accepting to provide asylum for a certain number of refugees resettled from a conflict zone or from a temporary host country where no effective protection can be offered to them in the long run. The HHC makes efforts to promote in Hungary the idea of resettlement, encouraging the state to start making use of the yet unused resettlement quota set by the Asylum Act of 2007.

The on-going “ASPIRE” (Assessing and Strengthening Participation In Refugee resettlement to Europe) project is led by the Churches’ Commission for Migrants inEurope (CCME)). The project aims to encourage several EU member states to take a formal commitment to resettlement and to explore the added value of joint European coordination in this field. To this end, project partners (among them the HHC) strive to explore existing policies and relevant “good practices”, organise debates in order to raise awareness and to bring together key actors as well as they collect and provide information to a wider public on this topic.

Funded by: European Refugee Fund Community Action

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