Well-designed reintegration services
The service providers work jointly with each returnee to prepare a reintegration plan, within the available grant amount (this differs depending on the sending country). The plan is tailored to take into account each person's situation, needs, and skills. The emphasis is on a return that offers future perspectives to help individuals and families successfully repatriate to their home countries. This can include support to find a job, training course or start a small business, find a place to stay, or in some cases medical or legal assistance (see icons for types of available support).
Through joint contracting of service providers, all administrative, financial and procurement aspects are consolidated through the programme – reducing administrative costs and producing economies of scale. In some countries, reintegration plans can be activated without validation of the European Partner Institution.
Projects and activities
In addition to joint reintegration services, ERRIN serves as an innovation hub for members to develop joint projects and improve practices. The aim is to explore shared solutions which will help improve the efficiency of the return process and the quality of support offered to returnees.