Tynaarlo pilot project

Tynaarlo pilot project

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Summary

The Dutch government is working on a more flexible and efficient asylum system. Small-scale reception and an immediate focus on integration and participation of asylum permit holders and promising asylum seekers are cornerstones of the new approach. The small-scale reception facility in Tynaarlo (the TuVo 2.0), implemented by the INLIA Foundation (Stichting INLIA), serves as a testing ground for examining the degree to which this small-scale reception facility is consistent with the objective set by the government in the context of the flexible asylum system. To gain more insight into this, the TuVo 2.0 was subjected to a plan and process evaluation.

The TuVo 2.0 pilot project, established in Eelde (Municipality of Tynaarlo) was launched in July 2018. The pilot project is designed such that small-scale reception can be offered to asylum permit holders and promising asylum seekers near municipalities which are to house these asylum permit holders for the purpose of facilitating the asylum permit holder’s participation and integration at an early stage of the process.

Publication data

Author(s):
Berends, S., Buimer, L., Klaver, J.
Organization(s):
Regioplan Beleidsonderzoek, WODC
Place of publication:
Amsterdam
Publisher:
Regioplan beleidsonderzoek
Year of publication:
2020

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