Unlocking Pathways to Integration: Highlights from the IMMERSE Project’s Conference at the European Parliament

November 16th, 2023|News|

On November 6th, the greatest dissemination event of the IMMERSE project took place at the European Parliament premises, in Brussels. IMMERSE team joined H2020 project REFUGE-ED in this conference, [...]

Sharing insights on inclusion of migrant and refugee children in Spain on October 26th

October 24th, 2023|News|

The University Institute of Studies on Migration (IUEM), established by Comillas Pontifical University in 1994 as a specialized research center to address the complexities and the political and social [...]

IMMERSE co-creation approach: identifying and evaluating inspirational good practices for my school

October 22nd, 2023|Co-creation|

Schools, as main educational environments, and teachers, as main educational actors, play a significant role in the socio-educational inclusion of migrant children. In this regard, the implementation of more [...]

The challenges of minors inclusion in Italy will be presented at our upcoming IMMERSE event in Rome

October 18th, 2023|News|

Save the Children - the international organization that has been fighting for over 100 years to save children in danger and ensure them a future - presents the results of [...]

University College Cork presented their research results at a comprehensive event

September 18th, 2023|News|

On September 15th, the first national dissemination event of the IMMERSE project took place in Cork, Ireland, at the University College Cork headquarters. The involvement of UCC researchers, representatives [...]

IMMERSE co-creation approach: workshops with children from 16 to 18 years old

September 4th, 2023|Co-creation|

Using Power: Brainstorm/Tableau Strengths Group members can recognise how power is permanently used by every one of them and visually see the impact of power using. During the [...]

IMMERSE co-creation approach: workshops with children from 10 to 12 years old

September 2nd, 2023|Co-creation|

Group agreement Strengths A great exercise for creating a flat hierarchy among all participants at the very start of the session. No one opinion is more important than [...]

IMMERSE co-creation approach: core facilitation tools – facilitation welcomes and farewells

June 28th, 2023|Co-creation|

In order to set the mood for the workshop, it is important to open the session in the right way. As such, the facilitator should be assertive in introducing [...]

IMMERSE co-creation approach: core facilitation tools – planning the engagement activity

June 26th, 2023|Co-creation|

Settings When setting up the workshops all facilitators should consider the following: Prepare the room carefully and consider a welcoming atmosphere Allow for an open order for the settling-in [...]

IMMERSE co-creation approach: core facilitation tools – participation and engagement formats

June 25th, 2023|Co-creation|

One of the objectives of IMMERSE is to achieve meaningful participation in order to obtain an extensive and precise picture about the situation of refugee and migrant children in [...]

IMMERSE co-creation approach: internal project operating principles for stakeholder engagement

June 20th, 2023|Co-creation|

To ensure a common standard in facilitating the workshops, focus groups, and other activities the following agreed-upon principles should inform all facilitators, researchers, and project planners in both the [...]

Immerse yourself again! Poetry and Drawing Exhibition in schools about “Language”

June 7th, 2023|Children, Community, News, Schools|

The IMMERSE YOURSELF AGAIN! Poetry and Drawing Exhibition on the subject of “Language” is now live in the IMMERSE HUB. Following the success of our first exhibition about [...]

Immerse yourself! Poetry and Drawing Exhibition in schools about “Belonging”

December 27th, 2022|Children, Community, News, Schools|

The IMMERSE YOURSELF! Poetry and Drawing Exhibition on the subject of “Belonging” is now live in the IMMERSE Hub.  Students aged 7-18, from schools [...]

Guiding principles for the reception and inclusion of refugee and migrant children

May 23rd, 2022|Awareness campaign, News, Resources|

IMMERSE researchers have created a list of ten guiding principles, based on the results of a co-created methodology (involving children and other stakeholders) to define 30 key indicators to [...]

Online Digital Database of good practices at national and EU level now available

April 30th, 2022|Community, News|

IMMERSE has launched its online database with more than 100 resources aimed at identifying supportive environments, educational conditions and practical materials addressed to school leaders, teachers, educators, and [...]

Latest report on psychosocial integration and well-being indicators now available

November 12th, 2021|News|

The last report on indicators of socio-educational integration of refugee and migrant children is now available. This paper is the third and final in a series of qualitative [...]

Educational resources to promote integration are now available in seven languages through the IMMERSE Hub

September 16th, 2021|Sin categoría|

  The IMMERSE HUB makes available to teachers and education professionals working with children a growing bank of educational free access resources in seven languages. These resources consist of workshop [...]

IMMERSE publishes its dashboard of socio-educational integration indicators.

October 21st, 2020|Sin categoría|

The Dashboard of Indicators has been developed by listening to the voices of migrant and refugee children, their families and those who work directly with them in schools, NGOs, and [...]

IMMERSE project: mapping the integration of refugee and migrant children in Europe

June 14th, 2019|News|

IMMERSE project, integration mapping of refugee and migrant children in schools and other experiential environments in Europe, is a European initiative funded by the Horizon2020 Programme of the European Commission. [...]

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