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Asylum seekers in Denmark CountryTotal 2002Total 2003Total 2004 Serbian and Montenegro1,030750784 Afghanistan1,186664285 Iraq1,045442217 Somalia391370154.

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1 Asylum seekers in Denmark CountryTotal 2002Total 2003Total 2004 Serbian and Montenegro1, Afghanistan1, Iraq1, Somalia Russia Bosnia-Herzegovina Stateless Palestinians Iran Turkey Others1,5761,4481,158 Total6,0684,5933,235

2 Registration with the police The police check the travel route Manifestly unfounded (åbenbart grundløs) Automatically processed by the Refugee Board Positive (in 2002, 14%) Negative (in 2002, 86%) Normal procedureThe Immigration Service grants asylum Service rejects positive (10%)negative (90%) Normal Procedure The Dublin Phase The asylum seeker is sent back to the first safe country either in or outside the EU The Immigraion Service accepts to process the asylum casse 3 year’s integration programme in a kommune Integration Processed by the Ministry of Integration Positive in 2002, 5% Negative in 2002, 95% Humanitarian case Appeal Case

3 Rights and obligations Activities and work Compulsory work in the centre Participation in Danish or English classes, 10 hours per week Internal or external activation, 10 hours per week Money Basic grant: 1,290 kroner per month (or cafeteria) Supplementary grants (when work or school): 214 kroner per month when in Dublin Phase or rejected 748 kroner per month when in normal procedure

4 Partnerships  Association of Local Governments in Denmark  Care4You  The Confederation of Danish Industries  Danish Food and Allied Workers Union  The Association for Integration of New Danes in the Labour Market  CO-Industries  DIF  Municipal of Copenhagen  UNHCR  IOM  Ministry of Foreign Affairs

5 want2work - step by step Step 1 Step 3 Step 4 Step 2 Language training at Danish Red Cross Basic Red Cross training courses Work placement Use of general vocational training offers step 5 Job Ongoing skills audit

6 Education DTU  KUA  ITU  HF  AMU  FUU  FOA  REVA  VUC inklusive kvindehold  GIF  Christianhavns Gymnasium  Højskoleophold  Teknisk skole  Dansk lægehold  Ingeniørhøjskolen  MIK,  Københavns Erhvervsakademi  Bjørns International School  Journalistforløb DR  Datamatikerforløb  Ungeværket Randers  Den Internationale Ungdomsskole i Hillerød  Ungdomsuddannelser Work placement AA Revision  SatAir  Martin Professional  Svanholm Gods  AA Rengøring  Beredskabsstyrelsen  Danmarks Radio  Colo Plast  Tulip  Danmission Genbrug  Vemax Ekspert  Hackenbusch  Haugaard  Spar  Sahin Import  New Times  Sygehuse  Plejehjem  Grønthandler  Frisører  Restauranter & grill  Bilværksteder  Bagerier  Pizzeriaer  Limtræsfabrik  Hotel og renseri  Smede  Slagtere

7 want2work labour market activities Start your own business Sewing and hair dresser courses in combination with Start your own business PC driving licences Mine awareness courses Security Guard courses Solar and wind energy Basic construction Skills 4 Life CV workshops – Match making with Danish companies

8 IT-specialists: for example data technology and information engineers, network consultants, programmers, application designers, Engineers: for example, engineers in the construction sector, environment and planning, electronics etc. Scientists in the natural sciences and technology sector: for example, mathematicians, statisticians, physicists, etc. Doctors: all applicants must possess an authorisation from the National Board of Health. Nurses: all applicants must possess an authorisation from the National Board of Health. Job Card Scheme

9 Returning home with dignity Over all goal : to offer asylum seekers relevant opportunities to prepare and realize a homecoming and reintegration in Iraq with dignity. Through: Support to children and families Want2work vocational training activities Counselling and support

10 Supporting families and children Psycho Education Family groups: The purpose of these is to add to the families' knowledge of the psychic reactions that occur for the children when returning home Families with children aged sessions of 2 hours Children groups: The purpose of these is to add to the children's knowledge of the psychic problems connected to the return Target group: Children aged 7 – 12 and 13 – sessions of 2 hours Mother-tongue teaching: 3 lessons per. week in 6 weeks


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