Reshaping Attention and Inclusion Strategies for Distinctively vulnerable people among the forcibly displaced

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.

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Why is RAISD…


  • It develops the novel concept of ‘vulnerability context’ (VC) to characterize a migration setting.
  • Its innovative database of statistics adopts a different perspective in dealing with migration history.
  • Its Collaborative Research and Innovation Online SW tool (CRIOS) develops innovative standard methods to monitor inclusion measures for vulnerable migrants.
  • It helps to create innovative policies and practices to address new challenges.
  • It derives from the innovative methodological triangulation that combines RRI – Responsible Research & Innovation, Action Research and a Socio-ecological Model approach.

...society oriented?

  • Gender dimension permeates throughout research, innovation strategies and proposal actions.
  • Engages short-term targets and enables to become trained and empowered multipliers among the Forcibly Displaced People.
  • Stimulates interest of long term targets by permitting them to actively participate in the development areas
  • It intends to align the scientific results with society values by transforming the collective ‘victims’ into active participants that are included in a collaborative design of the research.
  • Materials will be available in all partner languages including English.

...research oriented?

  • It delivers evidence based research data and has understanding for potential adoptions.
  • It creates relevant products that adaptable in other educational (formal, non-formal), institutional and administrative contexts (EU and NON-EU).
  • The Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe will be the entry point for partners to determine the repository for their publications.
  • It conforms to the two aspects of Re-usability: the technical standards used are compatible and legal and the necessary rights are in place for other users to use the dataset.


  • Responds with TAISs ‘Tailored Attention and Inclusion Practices’ to the societal need by studying the ‘glocal’ dimension of the FD challenge.
  • Involves partners and associated partners who have EU reaching dissemination networks therefore extending the impact beyond the Consortium countries.
  • Engages key actors at institutional levels to ensure policy adoption at EU and national level.
  • Embeds Internalisation aspects and integration of results in order to ensure innovation capability growth.


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