Definition of 'resettlement'
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The proposed resettlement scheme will last for two years. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is about offshore processing and regional resettlement and removing the pull factor of social services payments. The Sun (2015)Residents yesterday professed themselves baffled yesterday by the resettlement plan. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Early release makes a mockery of resettlement and sentence planning. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Critics say his resettlement plan is a white elephant. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The introduction of resettlement prisons will make that much easier. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So we are to reshape the system and introduce a network of resettlement prisons all around the country. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This is made up of a resettlement grant and winding-up allowance. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They may then face having their salaries, any future expenses claims and resettlement grants docked. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But if you want to get into transport, use your resettlement grants to get some driving licences. The Sun (2013)A detailed resettlement plan would have been drawn up to include help with finding housing and job. Times, Sunday Times (2009)WHY do MPs get a resettlement grant when they step down? The Sun (2010) Prison service resettlement work is patchy; in some cases less than a third of those returning from prison receive support from a statutory agency. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Britain also has a'vulnerable persons relocation scheme' offering resettlement to the most vulnerable refugees. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I have been the counsellor there for 18 years so have seen first hand the exceptional success of the resettlement process. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He accused the President of failing to capitalise on the military victory, and dragging out the resettlement process. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Unlike normal asylum seekers, those arriving under specific resettlement programmes can work and claim the usual social security benefits available to British citizens. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A 1,500 resettlement grant provided by the British government was enough to cover only some interest payments. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'resettlement'
British English: resettlement NOUN
Resettlement is the process of moving people to a different place to live, because they are no longer allowed to stay in the area where they used to live.
Only refugees are eligible for resettlement abroad.
Definition of resettlement from the Collins English Dictionary
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