The aim of this Handbook is to provide a support and an applicable tool for professionals working with migrants.
Inclusion and Integration
The TEMSIC guides are addressed to teachers in order to explore the issue of the Global Citizenship Education and foster new educational models for “transformative” societies and so in order to train students become active citizens of the world.
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This Psychosocial Resilience Training Manual comprehensive manual contains reflections and practices that can help anyone engaged in solidarity-based responses to migration.
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 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 Hei4Diversity training course is designed primarily to strengthen the capacity of all members of the university community to recognize any form of violence and discrimination against LGBTQI+ groups and to take action against them.
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.
The Didactic Guide is the document that introduces the Hei4Diversity innovative online training course.
The report produces a sample list from the 6 study countries, with snapshots of case studies based on best practices and innovative approaches to integration.
This paper aims to present some of the key contemporary debates on child migrants and their educational contexts, and what integration might mean.
The ORIENT Anthology is the result of the collection of knowledge, tools and methodologies linked to the practice of orienteering for social purposes.