Project outcomes

CHILD-UP aims to provide schools, social services, reception centres, education and mediation agencies, as well as policy makers, with knowledge about dialogic methods that can support professionals working with children, thus combining innovation with well-proven traditions and flexible quality standards, and enhancing the understanding of how to contribute to excellent participative learning and integration as well as high quality education and protection.

To maximise its impact, CHILD-UP will provide relevant education actors and interested stakeholders with high-level research papers and scientific reports, all related to the findings of its extensive and accurate field research activity conducted all over Europe.

Please be aware that, while the internal results of the project will remain to a large extent confidential between the European Commission and the Consortium, all the research outcomes, data and results will be published on this page.

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What are the public outcomes of CHILD-UP? *

Working Package Leader
Scheduled Release Date

Report on legislation                         

May 2020 [Released]

Legislation on migrant children in the EU                

Communication Plan and
Stakeholders Involvement

May 2020 [Released]

Communication Plan and Stakeholders Involvement Roadmap

Report on best practices

September 2020 [Released]

The achievement gap.
Obstacles and Opportunities in the Integration of Children with migrant background in School

Report on the analysis of quantitative data

October 2020 [Released]

How do you feel about school?
Quantitative analysis of questionnaires filled by children, parents and professionals on their school experiences

Stakeholders Networking
Report and 

February 2021 [Released]

Policy Brief 1


June 2021 [Released]

The impact of the Pandemic on migrant children inclusion

Report on pre and
post-test and focus

June 2021 [Released]

Evaluative final report
and Final Report on
evaluative research

October 2021 [Released]

The CHILD-UP classroom experience.
Analysis of the activities conducted with children and mediation of teachers-parents interaction

Delivery of selected research materials

October 2021 [Released]

Report on

October 2021 [Released]

How do you feel about school?
Qualitative analysis of interviews with children and professionals on their school experiences and school during the pandemic

Policy brief 2

May 2022 [Released]

Facilitation of children’s agency in the education systems. Research results from the CHILD-UP Project and ways to support effective practice

Guidelines for dialogic

May 2022 [Released]

Training package

May 2022 [Released]

Massive Online Open

May 2022 [Released]

Final report on the
stakeholders committees

May 2022 [Released]

Digital archive

May 2022 [Released]

Policy recommendations

May 2022 [Released]

Creating conditions to support children’s agency and hybrid integration of children with migrant background. From a project after project approach to a systemic policy support

Final conference

May 2022 [Released]

Final research report

June 2022 [Released]

* Due to the Covid-19 outbreak’s impact on the European educational environment and society, the project’s field research activities had to be suspended and, consequently, the outcomes release dates delayed. Please follow CHILD-UP on social media or consult the news section on this website’s homepage to get the latest updates on the release dates of the above-mentioned outcomes.

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.

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