The project RAISD ‘Reshaping Attention and Inclusion Strategies for Distinctively vulnerable people among the forcibly displaced’ addresses the need for effective strategies for the attention and inclusion of distinctively Vulnerable Groups among Forcibly Displaced People. Its overall objective is to identify these groups, their specific challenges and needs, to be able to discover and provide Tailored Attention and Inclusion Strategies (TAISs) for them.
Up to today, after having performed a thorough analysis of the vulnerability contexts in which they aim to operate, Project Partners have opened locally based Action Research Units (ARUs), whose aim is to collaborate with local actors, NGOs and other organizations to reshape possible strategies for the attention, reception, and settlement of vulnerable groups. The ARUs are now in the process of developing Tailored Attention and Inclusion Strategies for each vulnerable group identified, with the scope of piloting these strategies in the upcoming months to make sure they reach the desired impact.
In the last Newsletter of the project (available here in pdf version), you can find more information about what the project is currently working on.
Funded within the Programme Horizon 2020 and coordinated by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain), RAISD project has started on February 2019. The partnership is composed by CESIE (Italy), UNIMED | Unione delle Università del Mediterraneo (Italy), Helsingin Yliopisto (Finland), Menedek | Migransokat Segito Egyesulet (Hungary), Anadolu University (Turkey), Yarmouk University (Jordan), Lebanese International University (Lebanon).
Visit the project website to discover more and to subscribe the RAISD Newsletter.