The complex, multidimensional process of reintegration requires to consider the various factors impacting an individual’s reintegration, including economic, social and psychosocial factors across the individual, community and structural dimensions.
It is therefore important to have a holistic perspective on how well-being is affected during the reintegration process and to understand the repercussions of return and the psychosocial challenges of reintegration.
In West and Central Africa, the EU-IOM Joint Initiative ensures that returnees have access to mental health and psychosocial support to help them overcome trauma and rebuild their lives with dignity.
An new animation on the occasion of the World Mental Health Day 2020 has been published:
- Publication date
- 12 October 2020
- Region and Country
- Improved migration management
- International Organization for Migration