The handbook Living in Multicultural Schools was produced with the aim of providing support and assistance to teachers in their daily work in culturally mixed classes and in the integration of immigrant children. The handbook is available in English, Spanish, Polish, Slovenian, German, Catalan and Danish language, and also on this platform.
Executive Board Meeting in December 2021 was held in a hybrid form, in person in Krakow, Poland, and on-line, gathering project partners implementing the international project. The partners discussed the achieved and on-going activities, including the good practices for the integration of immigrant students, as well as the organisation of roundtables/workshops and seminars.
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to January 20. In migration studies, children used to be understood as ‘baggage’, something that adults carry around with them, that they are burdened with and take care of, but that has no agency of their own. Academic debates have long since abandoned this stance and moved … Read more
By Cosmin Popan After each visit at the Elk Creek Primary I sense a broad smile on my face which I carry for the rest of the day. Unlike the secondary school pupils at Woodland Academy, these primary school children have befriended me much quicker. But while becoming friends with some pupils could better facilitate … Read more
The Conference Migrant children’s integration and education in Europe: Approaches, methodologies and policies was held at Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona, from 24th to 25th October 2019. We have brought together scholars, EU and national policy makers, NGOs, teachers and students to discuss: ● Policies for the integration of migrant children and youth in educational systems;● … Read more