This report aims to synthesize the policy profiles of the participating countries in the ENACTED project (Spain, Italy, Greece and Cyprus) with regards to practices of inclusive education adopted as a response to the reception crisis or so called “refugee crisis” which emerged in 2015. Particularly, this report attempts to provide a comprehensive overview of the following issues:
- explore the main challenges that impede the integration of migrants in education, with a particular focus on NAMS (newly arrived migrant students);
- investigate the current role and level of involvement of CSOs in providing educational support to NAMS in the participating countries;
- provide a set of policy reforms/improvements to better address the challenges posed by migration and mobility flows in the field of inclusive education.