How a well-managed asylum reception center should be run

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We have written a lot about poorly managed reception centers in Finland since January. We, therefore, thought it would be a good opportunity to pull together our expertise and offer some best practices on how a well-managed reception center is run. 

A poorly run center is the reverse of a well-run one. It boils down to poor management piled with racist and ethnocentric behavior by the staff.

Instead of serving and alleviating the suffering of the asylum seekers, you rub salt into their wounds.

Migrant Tales will publish more best practices by two experts in the field, Mikko T. Heminen and Wael Cheblak.

Source: Mikko T. Helminen and Wael Cheblak.

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