• 0. Executive summary
  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1 Purpose of the study
  • 1.2 Methodology
  • 1.3 Policy background
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  • 2. Past experiences of relocation of beneficiaries of international protection
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  • 3. Problem definition and possible solutions
  • 3.1 The main challenges
  • 3.2 Responding to the challenges
  • 3.3 Summary
  • 4. The options
  • 4.1 Option I „Relocation according to a pre-determined quota‟
  • 4.2 Option II: „Relocation and burden-sharing on an ad hoc basis‟
  • 4.3 The impact of the quota in Option 1
  • 5. Political implications
  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Relocation for whom?
  • 5.3 How many places for relocation, and where?
  • 5.4 Would relocation be a pull factor?
  • 5.5 Role of the Commission and of the European Asylum Support Office
  • 5.6 The position of the 26 Member States concerning the two options
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  • 5.7 Summing up on the political implications
  • 5.8 Concluding on the feasibility of the two Options (political implications)
  • 6. Legal implications
  • 6.1 National legal implications
  • 6.2 Legal implications with respect to the current EU legal framework
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  • 6.3 Summing up on legal implications
  • 6.4 Concluding on the feasibility of the two Options (legal implications)
  • 7. Financial implications
  • 7.1 Costs of relocation
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  • 7.2 The Options
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  • 7.3 Summing up on financial feasibility
  • 7.4 Concluding on the feasibility of the two Options (financial implications)
  • 8. Comparison between options
  • 9. Alternatives to relocation
  • 10. Conclusions
  • SUPPLEMENTS
  • Annex
  • Annex A: List of Interviewees
  • Annex B: References
  • Annex C: Simulation data
  • Annex D: Financial Data
  • Annex E: Interview guides
  • Annex F: Literature review