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Reports on the training needs of beneficiaries of international protection

In the context of increased refugee inflows in the European continent it becomes highly relevant to identify and implement practical actions responding to existing gaps in the systems of migrant/refugee integration across the EU member states. Of particular importance is the provision of adequate training responding to the information and integration needs of refugees and particularly to those of refugee women. In the framework of an initiative aiming to address this challenge in five member states (Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Malta and Spain) Center for the Study of Democracy coordinated the drafting of five national reports that trace the information and orientation needs of asylum seekers and beneficiaries of international protection and the gaps in the provision of information and training. The reports provide review of the unmet needs of the target groups in the area of information and orientation provision. Following the identification of factors hampering the proper implementation of information and orientation programmes, the reports provide recommendations for addressing the existing gaps. The reports are to serve as basis for development of targeted training modules for (women) beneficiaries of international protection in Bulgaria, Greece and Malta.

Co-funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Union

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