Saradnici Lire od 2004. godine kao rukovodioci i saradnici rade na projektima usmerenim na temu migracija i izbeglištva, finansiranim od strane Evropske komisije. Evropske unije, Visokog komesarijata Ujedinjenih nacija za izbeglice (UNHCR), Svetske zdravstvene organiziacije (SZO), International Rescue Committee (IRC), Fonda za otvoreno društvo (OSF), Crvenog krsta Srbije i nevladine organizacije Psychosocial Innovation Network (PIN).

Pored publikovanih radova i mnogobrojnih istraživačkih izveštaja, projekti su rezultirali i bogatom međunarodnom saradnjom, uključujući University Medical Center – UMC, Utrecht, Netherlands, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London – QMW, London, United Kingdom, Psychiatric Clinic, Medical Faculty, University of Rijeka – MFR, Rijeka, Croatia, Specialization School of Psychiatry, University of Bari – DSNP, Bari, Italy, DAAD network Migration – Trauma in Transition, International Psychoanalytic University (Berlin), University od Denver (SAD), Duke University (SAD), University Constance, Queen Mary University of London, Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry.

Projekti su imali za cilj razumevanje bioloških osnova psihofizičkih profila pacijenata sa posttraumatskim stresnim poremećajem (PTSP), konstrukciju i adaptaciju instrumenata za procenu traumatskog iskustva kod izbeglica sa Bliskog istoka i Afrike (Purić & Vukčević, 2019; Vukčević, Momirović & Purić, 2016), procenu učestalosti različitog traumatskog iskustva u zemljama porekla i tranzitu (UNHCR, 2014) i efekata traumatskog iskustva i postmigracionih teškoća na mentalno zdravlje (Vukčević Marković, Živanović & Bjekić, 2019), ispitivanje prevalence posttraumatskog stresnog poremećaja, depresije i anksioznosti (Bjekić, Vukćević Marković, Todorović, & Vračević, 2019). Dodatno, projekti su za cilj imali i ispitivanje izazova u postupku azila i postmigracionih teškoća, mehanizama prevladavanja i rezilijentnosti kod izbeglica i tražilaca azila u Srbiji (Vukčević Marković, Stanković & Bjekić, 2018), kao i efekata psihosocijalnih intervencija na redukciju teškoća u domenu mentalnog zdravlja.

Dodatno, projekti su rezultirali mnogobrojnim implikacijama od šireg društvenog značaja kao što je prikupljanje dokaza o torturi sprovođenoj u azilnim centrima duž Balkanske rute (Vukčević, Momirović & Purić, 2016; UNHCR, 2014), prvim uvođenjem psihološke procene i preporuka vezanih za psihološku dobrobit u postupak odlučivanja o dodeljivanju međunarodne zaštite u Srbiji, edukovanjem pravnih zastupnika i predstavnika Kancelarije za azil o mogućim efektima PTSP-a na deficite u memoriji i kapacitete za svedočenje tokom podnošenja zahteva za azil i saslušanja. Dodatno, projekti su rezultirali i kreranjem nacionalnih i međunarodnih strateških dokumenata za unapređenje zaštite mentalnog zdravlja izbeglica (IPU, 2018; WHO, 2019) i obezbeđivanjem finansiranja projekata usmerenih na pružanje specijalizovane podrške traumatizovanim i osobama sa teškoćama u domenu mentalnog zdravlja.



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