Good Practices

In literature, “good practice” are defined as approaches, experiences or initiatives that work well and can be replicated elsewhere, with techniques and methods that produce effects and results, considered to be effective in contributing to refugees welcoming and integration, and therefore deserving to be disseminated and proposed to other organizational contexts (IUL, 2018).

The RAISD Good Practices analysis has the intention to evaluate past and current inclusion initiatives across the European Union influence area, – characterised in terms of target group, objectives, requirements, type of host community, actual results, evaluation by actors, related artefacts – and to ultimately support the Action-Research Units in shaping new and innovative Attention and Inclusion Strategies (TAIS) for Distinctively vulnerable people among the forcibly displaced.

The inclusion practices are highlighting numerous connections in terms of helping, assisting, mentoring, educating, and providing services to refugees and vulnerable populations; the selection process included the  identification of actor-oriented criteria that each practice should meet.

Explore the inclusion good practices by filtering your interests by vulnerability CONTEXT and/or PROFILE.

    Catalogue of attention and inclusion practices for FDP in the EU influence area

    Competency-based Career Focused Training for Syrian and Jordanian Students in Northern Jordan

    TEFSR – Transferring E-Business Fundamentals to Syrian Refugees (Training practice)

    The Work Permit Initiative for Syrian Refugees in Jordan: Implications for Policy and Practice

    Revision of Jordan transitional interim country strategic plan

    Improved access to sustainable livelihood opportunities for vulnerable youth and women refugees and host population members residing in Irbid, Jordan: A Market Assessment of Bani Kinanah and North Mazar Districts

    Vocational Education and Training &Higher Education Program for vulnerable Syrians and disadvantaged youth from host communities

    Women and Girls’ Safe Space (WGSS)

    Photography workshop for people under temporary protection and from the host community (Light the Dark Photography Exhibition)

    Women Cooperative for women from the host community and forcibly displaced women (SADA Women’s Cooperative)

    Media Training on Refugee Coverage

    Education program for healthcare providers (SIHHAT Project)

    Protection of migrants and their prolonged detention in hotspots

    YOUMIG

    Building bridges

    Women and adolescent clubs

    SOS Refugees

    Refugee outreach

    Let’s work together for integration

    Syrian Refugees and Social Cohesion in Jordan

    Women-only activities

    Childcare service

    The unit of intensive assistance

    Minors’ units

    Enabling Job Resilience and Protecting Decent Work Conditions in Rural Communities Affected by the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Northern Lebanon

    WHO’s Contribution to the Health Response

    The assistance system for victims of human trafficking

    REPLACE 2 – Researching Female Genital Mutilation Intervention Programmes Linked to African Communities in the EU

    ROOT: Trafficking of Women for Sexual Exploitation

    Ragazzi Harraga: Social inclusion processes for unaccompanied migrant minors in the City of Palermo

    INTEGRA: Territorial Continuous Cooperation Network adopting a comprehensive approach

    COI: High-quality and up-to-date country of origin information for all actors involved in asylum cases

    Council of the Cultures, Municipality of Palermo

    Family sponsorship for refugees in Palermo

    TANDEM NOW: Mentoring and Vocational Assistance for Migrant Youth

    ARISE: Social and entrepreneurial capacities of migrant women

    Humanitarian corridors in Italy a legal and safe alternative

    OPEN EUROPE: Protection of migrants and their prolonged detention in hotspots

    CLEDU – Legal Clinics for Human Rights of the University of Palermo

    IN & OUT: Integrated transcultural intervention for psychiatric care

    SAMIFO: Health centre for asylum seekers and refugees

    PERCORSI: Socio-labour integration paths for unaccompanied foreign minors and young migrants

    BYMBE – Bringing Young Mothers Back to Education

    Integral and Emergency Reception Program for People and Families in Temporary Protection Regime in Spain and Migrants in Extreme Vulnerability Situation in the Municipal Shelter of Mejía Lequerica

    Madrid for All

    Relational volunteer model

    Transversal work teams in the territorial delegation of CEAR Madrid

    District Action Teams

    CON-VIVIENDO the municipality: a process of inclusion of refugees in the municipalities of the Community of Madrid

    MAP – Marco de Atención a las Personas (Framework of Attention to People)

    Caritas Diocesan of Madrid (Cáritas Madrid)

    Evaluation of impact (ACCEM)

    Solidarity of Responsibilities: an experience of awareness, training and networking

    Integral and Emergency Reception Programme for People and Families in Temporary Protection Regime in Spain and Migrants in Extreme Vulnerability Situation in the Mejía Lequerica City Council Shelter

    Guidance and Accompaniment for the Social Integration of the Immigrant Population