ERIN - European Reintegration Network

The ERIN Specific Action Program aims to implement sustainable return and reintegration of third country nationals in their country of origin, with cooperation between ERIN partner institutions from the eighteen participating host countries.

The program runs until 31st May 2017 and builds on the European Reintegration Instrument (ERI) and the European Reintegration Network (ERIN) Projects implemented from June 2014 to end of May 2016.

The ERIN Specific Action is funded by the European Commission through the Asylum, Migration, and Integration Fund, as well as by the partner institutions of eighteen European countries.


Coordinator: IOM

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Additional Info

Spatial Coverage World
Organisation Type Program of activities
  • Austria (Ministry of Interior)
  • Australia (Department of Immigration and Border Protection), Belgium (Federal Immigration Office, Federal Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers)
  • Denmark (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  • Finland (Finnish Immigration Service)
  • France (French Immigration and Integration Office)
  • Germany (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees)
  • Greece (Ministry of Public Order and Citizen Protection)
  • Italy (Ministry of Interior)
  • Luxembourg (Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs)
  • Malta (Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security)
  • Netherlands (Repatriation and Departure Service)
  • Norway (Norwegian Directorate of Immigration)
  • Romania (General Inspectorate for Immigration)
  • Spain (Integration of Immigrants Migration Board)
  • weden (Swedish Migration Agency)
  • Switzerland (State Secretariat for Migration)
  • United Kingdom (Home Office – Immigration Enforcement)

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