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The Repatriation and Departure Service (DT&V) coordinates the actual departure of foreign nationals who do not have the right of residence in the Netherlands. As a professional party responsible for implementing the government's repatriation policy, the DT&V takes the initiative to ensure that the departure is performed carefully, with dignity and in time. We do this in close cooperation with all government agencies and social organisations involved.
DT&V stands for a transparent and humane way of working, with respect for the dignity of the foreign national concerned. In doing so, the DT&V contributes to safety, social balance and support of the Dutch admission’s policy.
The Repatriation and Departure Service of the Ministry of Security and Justice, in cooperation with Norway and Unicef, has implemented an awareness campaign in Afghanistan on January 1st, 2013.
The awareness campaign aims at improving the quality of life of the most vulnerable children in Afghanistan by providing the target group with information concerning illegal migration, exploitation of children and early marriage (among girls). Unicef will develop materials in order to get in contact with, to inform and to involve the target group, including their parents and the local community, in her discussions and activities.
By implementing this project the Repatriation and Departure Service gives attention to a topic, namely prevention, which is paramount for the Afghan authorities.
The project duration is one year.