Research Papers

During the second part of the project life-cycle, research papers will be drafted to present the project results in relevant contexts (conferences, experts meetings, workshop, etc.) and to be published in specialized academic journals and reviews with the objective of attracting interest of the multi-disciplinary research community and potentially enable the collaboration with other existing research projects on this topic.

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The child as a medium. Breakdown and possible resurgence of children’s agency in the era of pandemic

Sara AMADASI, Claudio BARALDI

On the Visibility and Agency of Migrant Children in the Contemporary World. Educational Issues and Challenges

Krystyna SLANI, Magdalena ŚLUSARCZYK, Justyna STRUZIK, Marta WARAT

Studying Hybrid Identities in Schools: Notes on a European Project

Claudio BARALDI

The Yin-Yang Relationship Between Essentialist and Non-essentialist Discourses Related to the Participation of Children of Migrants, and Its Implication for How to Research

Sara AMADASI, Adrian HOLLIDAY

“Migrant Children Are Not the Problem. The Problem Is the Need to Make the Administration Happy.” The Perceptions of Professionals’ on Participation and Acculturation in Education Contexts

Thomas DROESSLER, Lena FOERTSCH, Margund K. ROHR

Between Marginalisation and Agency. Primary School Teachers’ Narratives in London and the Position of Children with Migrant Backgrounds

Federico FARINI, Angela SCOLLAN

Representations of Integration, Cultural Differences and the Intercultural in Questionnaires Collected with Professionals and Parents

Sara AMADASI, Chiara BALLESTRI

“We Do Everything with Our Own Hands” – Everyday Experiences of Teachers Working with Migrant Children in Poland

Krystyna SLANI, Magdalena ŚLUSARCZYK, Justyna STRUZIK, Marta WARAT

Excluded or Included by COVID 19? The Impact of COVID 19 on Inclusive Education Efforts with Regard to Migrant Children in Belgium

Shannon DAMERY, Alissia RAZIANO

The Articulated Involvement of Stakeholders in Social Innovation Research. The CHILD-UP approach

Claudio DONDI, Edoardo GIMIGLIANO, Edwin KATERBERG, Julie RAOUANE, Monica TURRINI

Polish Educational System Response Towards Immigrant Children’s Presence at Public Schools

Katarzyna GMAJ

The Cohesion of Schools as Communities in the Management of COVID-19 Pandemic:
Reflections, Narratives, Fears and Hopes from the Voices of Children in England and Italy

Federico FARINI, Claudio BARALDI, Angela SCOLLAN

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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