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 research carried out by IMMERSE partners in an initial phase of the project consulting with key stakeholders and addressing crucial issues in the integration of migrant and refugee children in Europe: gender, multilingualism and interculturalism, and psycho-social wellbeing.

The report, undertaken by the University College Cork and Panteion University of Social and Political Studies, compiles the results of this research in Ireland and Greece. Both partners worked together on the issue of psychosocial well-being and its relationship to integration through the lens of migrant and refugee children’s experiences of education and school in their host countries.

As the previous two reports, both the full version and a summary of key findings are available in English open access via the Publications section of the IMMERSE website.