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.
- ALL (general)
- Elderly People
- Family ties
- Host Community
- Medical care
- Persons with disabilities
- Pregnant Women
- Single Parent; Families with Minor
- Unaccompanied Children
- Very Large Families
- Victims of Human Trafficking
- Victims psychological, physical, sexual violence