Authors of Research: Mateja Sedmak, Barbara Gornik, Zorana Medarić, Lucija Dežan, Maja Zadel, Znanstveno-raziskovalno središče Koper, Inštitut za družboslovne študije; Veronika Bajt, Mirovni inštitut
Year of Research: 2019
Keywords: children, child-centred approach, education, integration, integration policies, migrations, school, childhood, inclusion, reception,
educational integration, specialists
The MiCreate project (Migrant Children and Communities in a Transforming Europe) is an international project in which a comparative study in schools was conducted involving Slovenia (project coordinator), Austria, Denmark, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom, Greece and France. The project examines the integration of immigrant children into European societies and the role of educational institutions in the process of their integration. The overall object of the project is to stimulate inclusion of diverse groups of migrant children by adopting a child-centered approach to migrant children integration on educational and policy level. As part of the project, quantitative and qualitative data were collected. The present study includes qulatitative data, i.e. 54 interviews with employees at primary and secondary schools, which represent the views and attitudes of members of the educational community regarding the integration of immigrant children into Sloveniann school system and wider society, the promotion of intercultural coexistence and the organization of everyday work in schools. For other qualitative data collected see ADP - IDNo: MICREE19 and for the quantitative data see ADP – IDNo: MICREO21, the data from other countries is available in other repositories (see the list in accompanying materials).
Sedmak, M., Gornik, B., Medarić, Z., Dežan, L. and Zadel, M. (2022). MiCREATE - Migrant Children and Communities in a Transforming Europe, 2019: Interviews with primary and secondary school employees [Data file]. Ljubljana: Univerza v Ljubljani = University of Ljubljana, Slovenian Social Science Data Archives (ADP). ADP - IDNo: MICRES19. https://doi.org/10.17898/ADP_MICRES19_V1
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