“Promoting Meaningful Integration of 3rd Country National Children to Education” (IntegratEd) is funded by the the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and aims at strengthening the successful participation of newly arrived third-country national children in education and contributing to combatting discrimination against third-country national children in the educational environment in Greece, Italy & Spain (which are the countries mostly affected by the current migration flows), and the EU in general.
The project follows a comprehensive methodology based on the development of an educational support model, involving a wide range of beneficiaries, like third-country national students in secondary education and parents, school teachers, staff & parents associations members, as well as educational authorities and policy makers in Greece, Italy and Spain & the EU. The implementation of this model will be supported by an Education Support Platform developed by Canary Wharf Consulting, serving many different purposes, including capacity building of teachers and school staff, parents information and also multilingual information on the education system of each partner country.
|Funded by the Directorate General, Migration and Home Affairs of the European Union||
This publication has been produced with the financial support of the European Union.