New publications on contemporary integration processes of migrant children

Friday 11 November 2022

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MiCREATE research involved more than 6000 migrant and local children across schools, refugee centres, camps, asylum homes, more than 500 educational staff and teachers, and more than 40 schools in 10 countries (Denmark, Spain, UK, Austria, Slovenia, Poland, Italy, France, Greece, Turkey).

MiCREATE research examined contemporary integration processes of migrant children in order to empower them. It encouraged integration of different groups of migrant children into the host society with a use of a child-centered approach and improved the knowledge about the peer dynamics in schools in relation to integration.

The research outcomes were organized into a series of reports and publications as following:

MiCREATE – Migrant Children and Communities in a Transforming Europe, funded by Horizon2020 programme of the European Union, finished at the end of June 2022, but despite that you can always visit the website http://www.micreate.eu/ and try the different tools that have been produced.

About the project

MiCREATE – Migrant Children and Communities in a Transforming Europe, funded by Horizon2020 programme of the European Union, aims to stimulate social inclusion of diverse groups of migrant children in EU countries by adopting a child-centred approach to migrant integration at the educational and policy level, also through child-centred research.

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For futher information

Read more about MiCREATE, visit the website www.micreate.eu and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Contact Ruta Grigaliunaite: ruta.grigaliunaite@cesie.org.

The EU-CARES vernissage: urban conflict in analog photography

The EU-CARES vernissage: urban conflict in analog photography

I would photograph double-parked cars, fancy parking lots, crosswalks, broken pipes, dirt, debris, falling buildings and murals. These images, which emerged from EU-CARES’ “Storytelling through Photography” workshop, depict urban conflict on the way from home to work. The Kamera Lab analog photography workshop displayed the participants’ creations, attracting and engaging passersby.

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