Through transnational and comparative empirical analysis of specific national cases and integrative methodological approach, this study addresses the transformation and preservation of psychosocial health of women forced migrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Kosovo. The study is based on an open research question, which is: How does the experience of inter-ethnic violence, mass war-qualifying displacement and long-term transition reflects the psychosocial health of women in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Kosovo, and what should be done to address the psychosocial needs identified to improve existing practices and policies in the field of mental health and psychosocial care ?.
The project has 21 researcher in complementary and multidisciplinary teams, which are in each country made up of researchers in the field of forced migration, psychology, social work, social anthropology and public health policies. Project koordinator is Dr. Selma Porobić, and coordinates a team of 5 researchers in BiH as well as partner organizations - Group 484 in Serbia and in Kosovo IPOL.
All contact information, the dynamics of working teams, objectives, outputs and activities are presented in detail on the website https://www.rrpp-efm.net