The handbook offers a guide to support teachers with the challenges they might face in such situations and introduces them to a set of approaches and best practices developed specifically in and for the context of the multicultural classroom.
The report addresses the methodology used in the MiCREATE project fieldwork.
These Briefing Papers present the main results from the local roundtables that were implemented in Italy, Spain, Greece and Belgium with the aim to exchange needs, ideas and good practices among experts in the field of support to women and girls’ survivors of trafficking and gender-based violence at an early stage.
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The ORIENT Curriculum is intended to be a learning tool for trainers to integrate orienteering into their practices with young people.
This report highlights, summarises and establishes a comparative dialogue with the main results emerging from research on educational communities and school systems in six European countries: Slovenia, Poland, Austria, Denmark, United Kingdom and Spain.
Methodological and pedagogical study This report presents the results of a qualitative multi-method study conducted among 10–19 year-old children and young adults in schools. The overall objective was to gain comprehensive knowledge about the processes of integration...
The report brings in the comparative perspective of the seven case studies conducted in refugee camps in Greece and Turkey, in asylum homes and reception centres in Slovenia, Austria, Poland and Italy, and in an informal camp in Calais, France.
Here are updates on the Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs project.
The report presents the political and media discourse around migration from 6 countries (Austria, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK).
The GoSport Guide emphasizes on identifying relevant core subjects and issues of social responsibility and how social responsibility can be effectively integrated throughout a sports organization.
The report presents the findings from the national researches implemented across 6 countries (Austria, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK) that aimed to evaluate migration and integration policy landscape and new trends in this area with a focus on migrant children.
The report presents the findings from qualitative research that was conducted in (informal) camps and asylum homes in Austria, France, Greece, Italy, Poland, Slovenia and Turkey.
The report presents the data on migration and migrant children, gaps in data, comments, analysis and conclusions from 6 countries (Austria, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK).
The report produces a sample list from the key 6 study countries (Austria, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK), with snapshots of case studies based on best practices and innovative approaches to integration.