Delmi's project group for the study on return and reintegration has contributed to a new OECD report about sustainable reintegration programs. On the 3rd of December, Delmi organized a webinar together with the OECD where the report was presented and discussed from a Swedish perspective. The webinar was only open to invited guests but was recorded and published afterwards on Delmi's website.

The report is a part of a bigger project between the OECD and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development in Germany (BMZ). During the webinar, both national and international actors in the field of return and reintegration had the opportunity to comment on the presentation of the report's findings and recommendations.

In connection to the webinar, Delmi Policy Brief, Those who cannot stay: Implementing return policy in Sweden, was published in English.


Jonathan Chaloff, Senior Policy Analyst and report author, The OECD, presents the report Sustainable Reintegration for Returning Migrants: A Better Homecoming [länk].

Johannes Behrens, Senior Policy Officer, The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development in Germany (BMZ).

Edmond Gashi, Head of DIMAK Kosovo, The German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ).

Anders Schogster, Counsellor/Return Liaison Officer in Kabul, Afghanistan, The Swedish Police.

Kjell-Terje Torvik, Project Manager and former Return Liaison Officer in Kabul, Afghanistan, ICMPD and ERRIN.

Kristina Rännar, Process leader within return migration, The Swedish Migration Agency.

Cayan Fahim, Program Coordinator, The International Organization for Migration (IOM).

Alexandra Segenstedt, Senior migration and policy advisor, The Swedish Red Cross.

Moderator: Åsa Carlander Hemingway, Delegation Member at Delmi and Head of Unit at the Swedish Migration Agency.