Intercultural education and inclusion in schools

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Education is crucial for successful integration. Although diversity is an opportunity to make schools more inclusive, creative and open-minded, inequality in education is the highest among migrant children. Migrants and refugees often face discrimination and xenophobia. For instance, the educational achievements of those groups are in generally poor. Many students from this group are more likely to drop out from formal education, leading to higher risks of social marginalisation, failure to integrate, and, ultimately, poverty. The latter has long-term adverse effects on the social development and economic growth of the host country.

Learning objectives

  • to identify the approaches to improve the access to education for all
  • to analyse the education of the migrant population in Europe
  • to define inclusive classroom and present some examples from practice identified within RoMogSv project
  • to present key recommendations for better inclusive strategies and lessons learned in the RoMigSc project

Target groups

  • Teachers
  • Social workers
  • Policy makers

Course creator

The course contents were created in RoMigSc project financed under Erasmus+ KA3 action. Partners involved in the project who also contributed to this course were International School for Social and Business Studies from Slovenia, Institute for romological studies, education, and culture (IRŠIK) from Slovenia, South East European University from the Republic of North Macedonia, Osservatorio CSIG TARANTO (CSIG) from Italy, Institut für sozialwissenschaftliche Beratung GmbH (ISOB) from Germany, and University of Alicante (UA) from Spain.

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