Integracijos priemonių, teikiamų vienišiems pabėgėliams savivaldybėse, tęstinumo poreikis

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Integracijos priemonių, teikiamų vienišiems pabėgėliams savivaldybėse, tęstinumo poreikis
Alternative Title:
Need for continuity of integration measures provided for single refugees in municipalities
In the Journal:
Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai [Social Work. Experience and Methods]. 2016, [Nr.] 18, p. 29-49
PGU integracija; Pabėgėlis; Prieglobstį gavęs užsienietis (PGU).
FGA integration; Foreigner granted asylum (FGA); Refugee.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojami pabėgėlių integracijos aspektai Lietuvoje, integracijos politika ir priemonės. Kokybinio tyrimo metodu siekiama atskleisti integracijos priemonių, teikiamų vienišiems pabėgėliams savivaldybėse, tęstinumo poreikį. Tyrime dalyvavo penki socialiniai darbuotojai, besirūpinantys pabėgėlių integracija savivaldybėse. Rezultatai atskleidžia integracijos sunkumus ir juos lemiančius veiksnius bei sritis, kuriose vienišų pabėgėlių poreikiams skiriama mažiausiai dėmesio. [Iš leidinio]

ENIf single refugees do not belong to any groups of vulnerable persons, the support for their integration in municipality of lasts 12 months. After this period, people begin an independent life in Lithuanian society. However, not all single refugees manage successfully to do this. The aim of the research is to reveal the need for continuity of the integration measures provided for single refugees in municipalities. The qualitative research was made using semi-structured interviewing. The participants of the study are five social workers, who work in non-governmental organizations and mentoring refugee integration processes in the municipalities. The study results suggest that support period for integration in the municipality is too short. The needs of single foreigners are the least satisfied when learning Lithuanian language, trying to establish themselves in the labour market, gaining professional skills or acquiring qualification, and renting a place to live in. In these contexts, single refugees face discrimination, bullying, language barrier, ignorance and lack of information, experience financial difficulties or even social exclusion. During integration, single refugees have the least difficulties with the healthcare system. Such process and not satisfied psycho-emotional needs encourage the emigration of single refugees. In order to successfully integrate people into Lithuanian society it is necessary to individualize the program, taking into account the particular experiences, abilities, needs of individuals as well as educating professionals of public services. [From the publication]

2029-0470; 2029-5820
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