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Promoting integration of migrants and refugees in and through education: Toolkit

Education unions are defending the right to learn and to teach of newcomers. They develop advocacy to promote more inclusive schools in the context of increasingly diverse communities and in reaction to the rise of populist anti-immigration political forces. These strategies and practical actions are now compiled in a new toolkit by Education International. The aim of the publication is to give practitioners concrete, hands-on recommendations and advice that will help them contribute to making education more inclusive and an effective right for all children.

This toolkit aims to build on these experiences and facilitate education unions to develop their work in this area. It also assists unions by exploring the issues around integrating migrants and refugees in education and sharing what others have been doing in this domain.

This toolkit will support both unions that have not yet been active in this domain and those that are willing to further develop their activities with regards to migrants and refugees. It can be used at different levels of the organisation

Date of Publication
Target Audience
Civil Society
General Public
Government
Intergovernmental Organization
Author
Education International
Source / Publisher
Language
Geographic Scope
Workstream Output
No
Regional Review Process
No
SDGs
SDG.4 - Quality Education
SDG Indicators
Indicator 4.1.1
Indicator 4.6.1
SDG Targets
Target 4.1
Target 4.3
Target 4.6
Keywords
Child and young migrants
Civil society actors in migration
Education services and training opportunities
Integration policies
Tags
Trade Unions
Education
Schools
Teachers
Status
Published

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