Home Office Research Report 40 was to contribute to a wider assessment of the effects of the new ‘tailored’ approach.
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Home Office Research Report 40 was to contribute to a wider assessment of the effects of the new ‘tailored’ approach to the Voluntary Assisted Return and Reintegration Programme (VARRP), as introduced during the VARRP 2007 programme year.
The aims were: to assess the effectiveness of the VARRP application process for tailored VARRP from the VARRP applicant’s perspective; to understand how the process differed from previous approaches; and to assess differences in support requirements between key return countries.