Stakeholders continued

Stakeholder 2: The UNHCR

The UNHCR’s success depends on its ability to find reliable partners on site where the refugees are as well as in host countries. These organizations are mostly established under the local governments or NGO’s approved by the state. The UNHCR partners are all obliged to agree to the existing UNHCR code of conduct to secure identical and fair treatment of refugees wherever they are in the world. However, this is handled by people and that makes it impossible to avoid influence of personal, political, religious, tribal and other human factors!

Stakeholder 3: The “host”

Resettlement is the major dream for a refugee. It is essential that the screening on the ‘sending side’ can be trusted. On the host side, there should be a program with the purpose to determine if the migrant and the host are suitable for each other to secure a long-term benefice for both parties. Today’s migration policies seem more based on political and ideological trends, with little consideration of future consequences.
Host nations should have an own independent organization, in order to convey the host country’s interests first.

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