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The challenge of integrating beneficiaries of international protection in the European Union

Once the stages of reception and processing of their asylum applications have been completed, persons granted refugee status or another form of protection must integrate in their new country of residence. Although the 1951 Geneva Convention and the Common European Asylum System lay the foundations for this, EU Member State governments are putting in place policies with varying degrees of incentives to promote social inclusion of these newcomers in their host societies. What lessons can be drawn from the implementation of integration public policies for beneficiaries of international protection in the Union?
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