Development of Methods for the Social Integration of Quota Refugees

There is currently a broad political consensus that Sweden should move towards a more restrictive reception of refugees than what was the case in the 2010s. Today, an increasing amount of the Swedish reception of refugees is made up of quota refugees, and it looks like it will remain that way for the foreseeable future.

During the period 2023-2025, Kompis Sverige is conducting a development project financed by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) with the aim of contributing to the development of target group-adapted and scalable solutions for the social integration of resettled quota refugees. The efforts that are developed must complement the efforts of the public sector and be offered early on in the establishment.

The project is strategically important based on its potential to contribute to improving the Swedish reception from an integration perspective.

The work is led and conducted by Kompis Sverige, but will be carried out in close collaboration with various relevant actors within the reception and establishment system.

Starting in September 2023, we will begin testing as well as conducting continuous evaluations of the directed interventions for the target group, initially in close cooperation with selected municipalities in the Stockholm area. Later during the project, we will include additional municipalities outside of Stockholm County.

Do you want to know more about the project? Contact project manager Rebecca Nordell.

The following municipalities are involved in the project: Värmdö Municipality, Haninge Municipality, Tyresö Municipality, Sollentuna Municipality, Stockholm City and Solna City.

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