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 social professionals involved in the socio-educational integration of refugee and migrant children.
The platform, available on the website of this Horizon 2020 project, contains an exhaustive compilation of 60 good practices, and policy papers, projects, methodologies, pedagogical approaches, resources, and tools that provide an interesting overview of local, national, and European initiatives aimed at migrant and refugee children’s socio-educational inclusion and contribute to the development of a set of recommendations addressed to decision makers and the educational sector.
The database offers a navigation menu to search for resources according to four criteria: resource category, country of origin or implementation, language, and conformity with the results of the IMMERSE Dashboard. The database also allows to search for resources by words and concepts chosen by the user typing any text in the “Text search” space.
This compilation of resources offered through a digital platform and open to all users is one of the innovative digital objectives set within the IMMERSE project in its mission to facilitate the research of stakeholders involved in the socio-educational inclusion of refugee and migrant children in Europe in order to foster the construction of inclusive and cohesive societies.
The ODD is available in Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, and Spanish.
Explore the IMMERSE Online Digital Database here.