Online Platform for Data Collection2021-04-29T13:55:02+02:00

Online Platform for Data collection

This internal digital platform allows IMMERSE researchers to collect data related to the dashboard of socio-educational indicators about refugee and migrant children integration from the four roles of participants involved: head teachers, teachers, parents and children. During the project lifetime the platform will facilitate data collection in schools, non-formal education environments and migrant reception centres in Belgium, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy and Spain.

The platform will protect privacy rights of all involved parties, especially children, and complies with levels of security imposed by European standards regarding data availability, authenticity, confidentiality and traceability. All information included in the platform will remain anonymous, private and their use restricted to the research purposes of IMMERSE.

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