The consortium has identified and collected relevant Good Practises on the integration of refugee and migrant children at schools and other learning experiential environments. These Good Practises incorporate the different dimension of the integration process and had been disseminated and mainstreamed to foster their replicability in Europe.
IMMERSE research partners collected 60 good practices across Europe that were evaluated through a comparative analysis. The findings of this comparison and the in-depth analysis of 12 case studies provide a wealth of contextualised data and crosscutting features regarding the landscape of implemented or ongoing socio-educational initiatives targeting migrant and refugee children in Europe.
The production and study of this rich set of good practices, together with the results of other IMMERSE research activities, is aimed at the development of a set of recommendations and advocacy initiatives to be implemented in order to achieve political and educational change at the national and EU level in the field of migrant and refugee children’s socio-educational inclusion.