• List of Abbreviations
  • Acknowledgements
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Layout of the Report
  • Part 1: Resettlement Today
  • 1. How Resettlement has Developed and the Role of UNHCR
  • 2. The Position of the European Commission: the start of discussion on resettlement in the European Union
  • Table: US Resettlement Programme Ceilings and Admissions and Asylum Applications, 1992-2001
  • Table: US Asylum Applications and Resettlement Arrivals: Top Ten countries of Origin, 2001
  • 3. The Elements of a Resettlement Programme
  • Table: Resettlement quotas and arrivals
  • 4. Country Reports:
  • u0095 Sweden
  • u0095 Finland
  • u0095 Denmark
  • u0095 The Netherlands
  • u0095 Ireland
  • u0095 UK
  • u0095 Spain
  • u0095 Norway
  • u0095 Iceland
  • u0095 New Zealand
  • u0095 Australia
  • u0095 Canada
  • Summary Table
  • u0095 US
  • Table: Ceilings, Admissions and Shortfalls, 1980-2002
  • u0095 Latin America
  • u0095 African States
  • u0095 Other EU States
  • u0095 Switzerland
  • u0095 Some u0091lessonsu0092 drawn from country reviews
  • 5. The Costing of Existing Refugee Resettlement Programmes
  • 6. Fraud
  • 7. The Legal Nature of Resettlement
  • 8. Conclusions to Part 1 and Background to Part 2
  • Part 2: Resettlement Tomorrow?
  • 1. The Legal and Political Feasibility of Establishing an EU Resettlement Programme
  • 2. The Relation to the Common Asylum System and Goal of a Common Asylum Procedure
  • Graphic: Common European Asylum System
  • Graphic: Common European International Protection System
  • 3. Resettlement Programme Models: Subsidiarity
  • Model One: Maintaining the Current System
  • Model Two: Decision on the Principle of Resettlement
  • Model Three: Common Decision to Resettle and How Many
  • Model Four: Common Approach to Who and How Many
  • European Clearing System for Resettlement
  • Model Five: Common Pre-Arrival Programme
  • Model Six: Totally Common Programme
  • 4. Financing Resettlement
  • European Refugee Resettlement Fund
  • Private Sponsorship Prog