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Establishment of a multi-level transnational Network among various countries for voluntary Return Issues Madrid Establishment of a multi-level transnational Network among various countries for voluntary Return Issues Madrid 4 June 2014 ΕΥΡΩΠΑΙΚΗ ΕΝΩΣΗ ΜΟΝΑΔΑ ΤΑΜΕΙΩΝ ΑΛΛΗΛΕΓΓΥΗΣ The Voluntary Return Network is managed by the University of Nicosia and the Independent, non-governmental, non-profit centre CARDET. The project “Establishment of Multilateral Network of Various Countries for Return Issues”, (Action 2, European Return Fund, Annual Program 2012) is co-funded by the European Return Fund (95%) and the Republic of Cyprus (5%)

Proposal Partners • The University of Nicosia and the independent, non-governmental research centre CARDET, Proposal Partners • The University of Nicosia and the independent, non-governmental research centre CARDET, manage the action within the framework of the Call for Proposals by the Cyprus Ministry of Interior (ΥΕ/ΤΑ/ΣΕ/01. 2013). • The Action focuses on the establishment of a multi-level transnational Network in the Mediterranean Region for assisting the voluntary Return of rejected application of Third Country Nationals.

Main purpose • Exchange of information and good practices with European, Mediterranean and other Main purpose • Exchange of information and good practices with European, Mediterranean and other countries in assisting the Voluntary Return of Rejected Third Country National Applicants • Build collaborative relationships, by giving emphasis to stable, effective and operational working relations, among the organisations and authorities which become network members

Network as a Community of Practice 1 • The network is a tool • Network as a Community of Practice 1 • The network is a tool • Develop an identity based on the shared domain of interest • Members engage in joint activities and build relationships • Practitioners and Community - Develop a shared repertoire of resources: – – Map knowledge and Experience Identify Gaps - Problem Solving Reuse Assets Coordinate and Collaborate 4 4

Objectives • exchange of information among related stakeholders • exchange of evidence-based practices • Objectives • exchange of information among related stakeholders • exchange of evidence-based practices • develop and manage a database of resources on voluntary return • develop a collaborative framework among national and European public services and other relevant stakeholders • build the professional capacity of the Network’s members

Major Collaborators • • • DGI – CM (España) Veneto Lavoro (Italia) Menedek (Hungria) Major Collaborators • • • DGI – CM (España) Veneto Lavoro (Italia) Menedek (Hungria) PRAKSIS (Grecia) Cáritas Líbanon • City of Munich (Germany) • European Information Centre (Bulgaria) • Hungary Debrecen University Faculty of Health (Hungary) • KOPIN (Malta) • SERUS (Sweden) • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)

Main Actions • Web platform (www. vrenet. org) • Web platform will provide information Main Actions • Web platform (www. vrenet. org) • Web platform will provide information about: – The action iimplementation phases, – Social media services and online discussions – Exchange of documents, debates, and other kind of sources – Digital archive (books, articles, research reports etc) – Preliminary Online courses – life long education – News and network members info dissemination

Main Actions • Training Visit Abroad – 5 representatives from local organisations (priority will Main Actions • Training Visit Abroad – 5 representatives from local organisations (priority will be given to public servants) that are working in the Voluntary Return field will visit another country – relevant organisations to review the country’s system as well as to get a first hand experience of programmes and practices that could be transferred and utilised in Cyprus

Main Actions Digital Archive • Development of a digital archive where different source of Main Actions Digital Archive • Development of a digital archive where different source of information will be available along with physical catalogues • Good practice catalogue on assisting Voluntary Return from different countries and organisations • The digital resources will be available to the web platform • The hardcopy (i. e. books and reports) will be available to the public from the library of University of Nicosia

Main Actions • Training Seminars for Local Partners • Two training seminars will be Main Actions • Training Seminars for Local Partners • Two training seminars will be offered to local organisations: – Information about assisting voluntary return of rejected applicants – Good practice example – Methodologies to prepare them for leaving the country

Main Actions • International Conference – An international Conference will be organised on June Main Actions • International Conference – An international Conference will be organised on June 2014 – Participants from Cyprus and other European and International countries will be invited to present their work, to exchange ideas and discuss the network sustainability