In 2023 ISAC Fund has joined the Horizon Europe OppAttune research project as a partner organization. OppAttune tracks the evolution of oppositional extreme ideologies and protectionist decision-making, develops an innovative attunement model and intervenes at the national and transnational level to limit the spread of extremism. OppAttune revitalizes democratic engagement building trust in the democratic key institutions within the process. It provides evidence-based strategies and recommendations at the micro, meso and macro-level.
Principal Investigator for the OppAttune research project
Stevan Tatalovic is a researcher in the field of refugee/migration studies and policies currently working as a Principal Investigator on two European Commission’s Horizon 2020 (D.Rad) and Horizon Europe (OppAttune) projects. Moreover, he is a lead researcher for Serbia on COST Action CA22135 – Data Matters: Sociotechnical Challenges of European Migration and Border Control (DATAMIG). Stevan has an extensive research experience in international organizations such as OSCE, UNDP, HELVETAS, CWS Global, ICMPD, Save the Children, where he delivered research studies, policy papers, qualitative analysis, needs assessments, baseline assessment, protocols, guidelines and related reporting documents.