DRW’s information manual- The road to reciprocal integration

A manual for public institutions and civil society organisations that meet migrants with *non-normative abilities and work with reception, establishment, integration and social support. The DRW’s information manual goes through theoretical critical frameworks, the legal systems for migration and social rights, and an analysis of how the system works for the target group based on … Continue reading DRW’s information manual- The road to reciprocal integration

UNDP’s migration unit visited and interviewed DRW’s team

The18th of October 2018 representants of the UNDP Migration Unit’s Saran Kaba Jones,  Lena Mucha, Johan Tholson and Jon Rudberg visited DRW’s offices and met with the DRW team and interviewed Julius Ntobuah on his experiences as a refugee to Sweden with a disability. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has over the summer, in … Continue reading UNDP’s migration unit visited and interviewed DRW’s team

Written summary

This is the views of the political parties of the Parliament and the Feminist Initiative, F! on the living conditions for newcomers with non-normative abilities. All eight of the political parties of the Parliament and F! have responded to the survey while the Social Democrats had State Secretary Anders Kessling participating, together with the Centre … Continue reading Written summary

How the political parties of the Swedish Parliament and F! view living conditions of migrants with non-normative abilities

Following is a compilation of a survey that, DRW (Disabled Refugees Welcome) sent to all political parties of the Parliament as well as Feminist Initiative, F! ahead of a panel dialogue during the Almedalen Week. Anders Kessling, State Secretary to the Minister for Employment and Integration and Johanna Jönsson, Member of Parliament for the Centre … Continue reading How the political parties of the Swedish Parliament and F! view living conditions of migrants with non-normative abilities