the Migrant M O N I T O R I N G
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“To safeguard children’s rights, we need independent monitoring.” 4 questionnaires Policy & practice improvements
To assess the status of the development conditions BIC-Q, BIC-S, SDQ, CFS
In home & host countries
EU countries invest significant resources in asylum and return programmes.
14 development conditions
Results of interviews with returned minors
Based on the UN Child Rights Convention - 7 family & 7 societal
Provide insight into the development perspective of the child
Monitoring the impact of Baseline
these programmes has seriously been lagging. To learn from past experience and systematically improve policy and practice, we need systematic
Explanation of the local standards for all 14 conditions
Improved future perspective for minors In line with the Child Rights Convention
Why we need monitoring
The Dutch Commissioner for Children’s Rights argues that it is our moral obligation to give children who are forced to return a soft landing.
Independent monitoring enables better decision-making and leads to asylum and return policies that are better tuned toward the needs of returning minors.
The Best Interest of the Child model has identified 14 conditions for development, which have to be of sufficient quality to protect the child’s prospects.
The MRM-project offers you a comprehensive package you can use if you want to monitor and evaluate the future perspective of returned minors.
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A new model
How to start monitoring
Published on Jun 20, 2014
EU countries invest significant resources in asylum and return programmes. Monitoring the impact of these programmes has seriously been lagg...