CHILD-UP researches different levels of integration of migrant children in Europe with the primary aim of proposing an innovative approach to improve their social condition and to disseminate the project outcomes by involving relevant national and international stakeholders

Why should you be interested in CHILD-UP?

CHILD-UP focuses on migrant children with the aim of fostering the understanding of their social integration within schools and their active participation for a successful inclusion. This objective is achieved through an innovative research approach focused on the concept of children agency

The CHILD-UP consortium includes 10 partners with a strong and recognised expertise in the fields of education and research, providing the project with a comprehensive overview and evaluation of migrant children’s living conditions, protection and education within 7 European countries

Who is involved in CHILD-UP?

The following figures were  provided by the research project partners as of February 2020.
Click here to find out more about the research methodology of the project.

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Children

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Teachers

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Parents

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Social workers and interpreters/mediators

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Questionnaires

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Classes

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Schools

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Social services and reception centres

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Interested countries

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Local Stakeholders Committees

News and updates

CHILD-UP researches into the level of integration of migrant children in Europe and their social condition, with the primary aim of providing support for migrant children’s exercise of agency in changing their own conditions of integration and constructing hybrid identities.

Consult our project partners webpage to discover your nearest CHILD-UP partner and/or contact our Communication, Dissemination and Impact working group at communication@child-up.eu.

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