Re-Turn Transnational Conference

on “Tools to support return migration in Central Europe”

Section: Work and Equal Opportunities

Date: 11. - 13. September 2013

Between 11th and 13th of September 2013 the Polish town Kielce will host the Re-Turn project Transnational Conference on “Tools to support return migration in Central Europe”.

Regional politicians, experts and project partners will debate on the results of different methods and tools to re-attract, re-integrate and assist returning migrants, which were implemented in the last six months in eight case study regions throughout Central Europe with the aim to improve regional and local economic development.

The project: Re-Turn -- Regions benefitting from returning migrants

Re-Turn is a European research project co-funded by the Central Europe Programme and the European Regional Development Fund. The project provides an account of the extent of return migration, competences and needs of returning migrants as well as concrete measures to promote remigration as a source to foster knowledge development. Re-Turn will develop, test and implement joint strategies, new support policies, tools and services in participating regions to achieve this in a sustainable way.

Further Details:

Type: Collaborative event (ZSI as co-organiser)

Organizer: Mag. Stefanie Smoliner, ZSI

Location: Kielce, Poland



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