Founded in Vienna in 2015 by initiative of the Austrian Academy of Sciences Institute for Social Anthropology (ISA), The Refugee Outreach & Research Network (ROR-n) is an independent and transdisciplinary transnational network composed of research institutes and experts on refugee studies in particular, and human (im)mobility at large, along with general public supporters. ROR-n aims at permanent and ad hoc collaboration with institutions and individuals, scholars, civil society representatives, or policy makers, to produce and share knowledge about processes of human displacement in the world in general, and in Central and East Europe in particular. Our main goal is to integrate scholarly knowledge and public outreach, especially by researching ongoing processes relating to refugees and asylum seekers in Europe and beyond, and by addressing general misinformation about such processes and subjects. Moreover, we are committed to integrating displaced academicians within our own network, and reintegrating displaced scholars and students into academia.
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