From returning back to reintegration? A focus on Nigeria

Beschreibung

Both on the academic and policy level return and reintegration migration has become a more prominent discourse in Europe, especially as an attempt to curb the irregular flows from the so called 2015 crisis. Assisted Voluntary Return (AVR) is particularly prevalent in policy and increasing research is being conducted on the impacts of AVR on returnees and their countries of return. As data and information are available on both return migration through IOM AVR programmes in Austria, this PhD research project will focus on Austria as the destination country and Nigeria as the origin country. As a conceptual framework, the research will look at embeddedness as a multidimensional concept that refers to an individual finding his or her own position in society and feeling a sense of belonging to, and participating in, that society. The main question is: Which factors influence the process of re-embeddedness of involuntary returning former refugees, rejected asylum seekers and irregular migrants and what is the role of assistance in the short and in the long term? The returnee´s individual characteristic will be discussed together with an elaboration of the migration cycle, giving special attention for the reasons why Nigerians migrate and the experiences and conditions they encounter both abroad and when returning. In addition, the influence of assistance will be assessed in order to see if this stimulates embeddedness and if reintegration back home can be viewed as successful.

Details

Projektzeitraum 01.10.2019 - 30.09.2022
Fördergeber Bundesländer (inkl. deren Stiftungen und Einrichtungen)
Förderprogramm
Department

Department für Migration und Globalisierung

Zentrum für Migration, Integration und Sicherheit

Projekt­verantwortung (Donau-Universität Krems) Univ.-Prof Dr. Mathias Czaika
Projekt­mitarbeit PhD Simona Schreier

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