Inspiring Projects

In this section, we are proposing some interesting projects which have inspired the CHILD-UP consortium and provided useful references for the research. 

SHARMED promotes children’s inclusion and learning, by encouraging children’s work on their personal and cultural memories, and children’s participation in dialogue in classroom, telling and negotiating stories of themselves and their background.

MULTINCLUDE is conceived to elicit, promote and disseminate some of those ideas – good IDEAS – that were developed in different parts of the world, in particular in Europe.

MICREATE‘s specific objective is to examine the impact of local children on the integration of migrant children and to give an insight into peer dynamics among local and migrant children. 

The UPPER project aims at including peace, intercultural dialogue and civic participation at the core of educational policies and school practice, by scaling up the results (approaches, instruments, and learning resources) of existing good practices identified in education projects and experiences.

IMMERSE aims to enhance the socio-educative inclusion of refugee and migrant children in Europe in order to foster the construction of inclusive and cohesive societies. The project’s main goal is to define a new generation of indicators on the integration and socio-educational inclusion of refugee and migrant children in Europe.

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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