Information on data For these reasons, the research project involves primary data collection 1) public data 2) semi-structured interviews and 3) focus group discussions with people identified through profiling techniques. 1. Public data Where possible, we will use online and/or electronic archives. This will involve extracting and processing quantitative data, including participants, objectives and outcomes. Key search terms and their translation into the relevant languages, inclusion and exclusion criteria for items, variable codes and metadata will be refined and agreed in the inception phase of the project. Preliminary searches indicate that a sufficiently detailed dataset can be generated. The researchers will log their progress, documenting potentially contentious categorising decisions, difficulties faced in categorising items, and qualitative insights which do not fit the spreadsheet format. Data will be inputted and stored in a spreadsheet format (e.g. Excel or SSPS), to ensure accessibility.