Local integration is a complex and gradual process with legal, economic, social and cultural dimensions. It imposes considerable demands on both the individual and the receiving society. In many cases, acquiring the nationality of the country of asylum is the culmination of this process. UNHCR estimates that, over the past decade, 1.1 million refugees around the world became citizens in their country of asylum.
Evaluation and Research Papers on Refugee Integration
- Rural Refugee Resettlement: Secondary Migration and Community Integration in Fort Morgan, Colorado. Jessica A. Marks17 Mar 2014
- The labour market integration of resettled refugees 1 Nov 2013
- Casamance refugees in The Gambia: self-settlement and the challenges of integration. Gail Hopkins 1 Sep 2011
- Integration Rights and Practices with Regard to Recognised Refugees in the Central European Countries: Part I, European Series, Vol.5, No.11 Jul 2000
- Integration Rights and Practices with Regard to Recognised Refugees in the Central European Countries: Part II, European Series, Vol.5, No.11 Jul 2000
- NGO Manual on Integration and Regional Instruments concerning Refugees and Human Rights, European Series, Vol.4, No.21 Jul 1998