Migrant Children and Communities in a Transforming Europe
Grant Agreement number: 822664 — MiCREATE — H2020-SC6-MIGRATION-2018-2019-2020/H2020-SC6MIGRATION-2018
The overall objective of the project is to stimulate the inclusion of diverse groups of migrant children by adopting a child-centred approach to their integration at the educational and policy level. Stemming from the need to revisit the integration policies on the one hand and consistent with the specific focus of the call on the other hand, the research project aims at comprehensive examination of contemporary integration processes of migrant children in order to empower them. The project starts from the fact that European countries and their education systems encounter manifold challenges due to growing ethnic, cultural, linguistic diversity and thereby aims at:
- Identifying existing measures for the integration of migrant children at the regional and local level through secondary data analysis;
- Analysis of the social impacts of these integration programmes through case studies in ten countries applying qualitative and quantitative child-centred research;
- Development of integration measures and identification of social investment particularly in educational policies and school systems that aim to empower children.
The project is problem-driven and exploratory at the same time. Its exploratory part mainly concerns a child-centred approach to understanding integration challenges, migrants’ needs and their well-being. However, the findings of the open-ended exploratory research will be used in an explicitly problem-driven way – with an aim to stimulate migrant inclusion, to empower migrant children and build their skills already within the (participatory) research. This will be done through the activities of the Integration Lab and Policy Lab, where children’s voices, fieldwork and desk research findings will be translated into practices and measures for educational professionals and practitioners as well as into a child-centred migrant integration policy framework to stimulate social inclusion and successful management of cultural diversity.
- Znanstveno-Raziskovalno Sredisce Koper, Slovenia (coordinador).
- The Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom.
- Mirovni Institut, Slovenia.
- Univerza V Ljubljani, Slovenia.
- Syddansk Universitet, Denmark.
- Universitat de Barcelona, Spain.
- Hellenic Open University, Greece.
- Stowarzyszenie Interkulturalni PL, Poland.
- Universitat Wien, Austria.
- HFC Hope For Children CRC Policy Center, Cyprus.
- CESIE, Italy.
- Udruge Centar Za Mirovne Studije, Croatia.
- DYPALL Network: Associacao Para O Desenvolvimento Da Participacao Cidada, Portugal.
- Fakulteta Za Dizajn, Samostojni Visokosolski Zavod, Pridruzena Clanica Univerze Na Primorskem, Slovenia.
- Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France.
First Policy Brief
- Sara Carrasco Segovia
- Maria Domingo-Coscollola
- Paula Estalayo
- Xavier Giró Gràcia
- Fernando Hernández (coord.)
- Fernando Herraiz García
- Paula Lozano
- Laura Malinverni
- Raquel Miño Puigcercós
- Judit Onsès
- Beatriz Revelles
- Pablo Rivera
- Juana M. Sancho Gil
- Sandra Soler Campo
- Miguel Stuardo-Concha
- Marina Riera Retamero
- Margarida Andrade
- Mar Perelló Sureda