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With increasingly more multi-cultural and multi-ethnic societies due to new migration routes, migrant and refugee integration can be a challenge both for host communities as well as for migrant and refugees themselves.
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German politicians and statisticians categorized foreigners living in Germany and their descendants as "people with a migration background" or "migration background" if they or at least one parent were not born with
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SIRIUS is co-organising a panel at the 2021 International Social Innovation Conference to be held at Catholic University of Milan on September 8th-10th 2021 and is inviting contributors to submit abstracts by 28th February 2021.
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National Network for Children in partnership with Karin Dom Foundation and the Municipality of Varna has published two handbooks for early childhood intervention.
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During 25 November – 3 December, Eurocities organised the Integrating Cities Conference on the theme: In
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Since July this year until October, volunteer teachers from 12 counties in Romania organized, with the help of children, events that encouraged the inclusion of Roma students in schools everywhere.
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Building on the 2020 Global Education Monitoring Report, this report investigates how inclusion in education can advance gender equality in and through education, which is critical to make progress towards gender equality in society.
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Blagoevgrad Radio (BNR) shared a report, "The Road After Home", concerning deinstitutionalization in Bulgaria and the fate of young people that have reached the age of 18. Nearly 5,000 children in Bulgaria live outside the home of their biological parents.
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A series of school events will start this month as 20 teachers from 12 counties in Romania volunteer to promote inclusion of Roma children in school.
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Terre des hommes Foundation is developping a FabLab in Targu Ocna so that minors (14-23 years old) from the local Educational Center can learn a profession.
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The City Council of Vilnius has recently accepted its new programme for 2020-2023, which aims to reduce the social exclusion of Roma people with a special focus on education, health care and culture.
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The second series of webinars within the MISTO AVILEAN project (by Terre des hommes Foundation in Romania) took place during the month of July. Their purpose was to establish a community of practice consisting mainly of Romanian teachers involved voluntarily in the project.
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MORE THAN WORDS is a 3-year Adult Education project with the aim of focusing on the needs of people, who do not speak the main language of the country, where they currently live. Emphasis are on the needs of refugees and migrants, but the project also concerns is
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At present, it is difficult to find a kindergarten in Hungary where an autistic child can be educated in an integrated manner, despite a memorandum of association which states that children with special educational needs must also be accepted into such institutions.
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Athens, 14 July 2020 - Four Civil Society Organisations operating in the field of migration in Greece, among them Terre des hommes Hellas, published a policy brief today with recommendations addressed to national authorities about the best use of EU funds for the integration of asylum seekers, re
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At present, it is difficult to find a kindergarten in Hungary where autistic children are admitted, although the founding documents of most institutions include the inclusion of children with special educational needs.
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Providing children with special needs a quality education is a matter of human rights. Inevitably, all of the barriers that hinder children from receiving an inclusive education must be removed.
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"CONCORDIA Football Club" is a member of the Bulgarian Football Union and is an organization supporting personal development and social integration through sports for children from vulnerable communities.
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The Council of Refugee Women in Bulgaria (CRWB) is looking for a Social Worker for appointment within the project 'Comprehensive Integration Support for Legally Resident Third Country Nationals', funded by the EU AMIF Programme within the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior and implemented by Caritas
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Reuters reports on the decision of the Supreme Court in Hungary and the developments around the case of unlawfully segregated Roma children. The case
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The MPI Europe-International Organization for Migration (IOM) has published a report on good practices in supporting access for migrants to housing, local labor markets, health care, and education and child care in Southern, Central and Eastern Europe.
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The issue of Roma integration in Bulgaria is generally a topic confined to the territory of the country itself.
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The European Commission launched an online, international ‘Migration’ Atlas, with data for 198 countries and information updated daily.
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This e-book is the offline version of the e-learning modules for teachers available on the School Support Platform 
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The new Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) study shows that immigrants in Austria still perform far below their native peers, while in Germany 20% of 15-year-olds can barely read.
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Bright Light, a programme developed by the UK-based The Children's Society, in partnership with Catch22 charity, offers apprenticeship and employment opportunities to young people aged between 16 and 25 that are leaving the care system.
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The National Children's Network (NCN) reported that 3 December was International Day of People with Disabilities.
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The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) sent their views on the findings of the Disability Rights International report, which was presented last week, to news website Dnevnik.
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With the mainstream media in the UK seemingly determined to portray the impact of immigration as negative and harmful, it is vitally important for parity to be established and the truth to be vocalised. Many of those who travel to the UK in search of a better life are children.
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The far-right League introduced in the Regional Council of Piedmont a new bill titled Rules on the Regulation of Nomadism and Combatting Abusiveness. The bill was approved on the 8th of November by the Regional Council.
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Balkan Insight reported on Disability Rights International's (DRI) critique of the lack of significant change in the ways in which children with disabilities are cared for, despite the rec
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Bulgaria ON AIR shared a video interview with Evgeniya Toneva from the Center for the Alternative Care for Children at NBU.
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One of the most protective environments for a child is a safe and loving family. In line with the UN Guidelines for Alternative Care of Children, Save the Children works to promote family based care and support parents and caregivers to adequatly care for their children. 
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Over 2.5 million people applied for international protection in the 28 EU Member States in 2015 and 2016. Many of those were young people, who are likely to stay and settle in the EU.
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The HOME Project Greece won Child 10's annual award on the EU's Anti-Trafficking day, 18 October.
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The process of social inclusion of Roma communities at the European level is manifold and requires joint efforts of policymakers from all political spectrums.
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'School for All', a Croatian civil society initiative, organized a protest rally in Zagreb on September 15th, demanding Croatian authorities employ more school assistants to ensure the inclusion of children with disabilities in the educational process.
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The Caritas Sofia Association is looking for an expert for the Project Coordinator position for its office in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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We are sharing this edited video from the second monthly discussion meeting of the Know How Center for the Alternative Care for Children, NBU on "Multidisciplinary wor
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The Völgyzugoly Foundation f
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Arete Youth Foundation - Bulgaria are looking for a technical assistant for their team in Sofia, Bulgaria to participate in the ambiti
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A large number of refugee children have remained in Greece during the past years. Merope Tzoufi, Greece’s Alternate Education Minister, presented the latest data concerning the Education of refugee children in Greece.
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A recent article by Vera Mes
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In the context of the European Union (EU) membership application process being advanced in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), EU institutions have been assessing the state of human rights, protection of minority groups and gender equality in the Southeastern European country.So far, EU expert missions
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On 24 April 2019, a representative of the Know How Center for the Alternative Care for Children, NBU, took part in the national meeting, ‘SIRIUS: Positive Development and Steps Towards Educational Integration of Refugee Children: Good Practices from Bulgaria and Europe’.
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The Italian government recently introduced a law abolishing humanitarian protection for people not directly affected by conflict or natural dis
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The article written by Vladimir Kolev and published on the European Public Health Alliance website provides a concise overview of the most salient events of the fourth EU Roma Week, which took place from the 18th to the 21st of March. 
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On April 12th, the International Day for Street Children was marked all over the world.
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Foundation for Social Change and Inclusion (FSCI Bulgaria) shared this video from channel bTV's "We Believe in Good".
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Migrant children and youth are especially vulnerable to social exclusion.
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The Center for Youth Integration (CYI) is a citizens association that, since 2004, has implemented programs dealing with the population of chi
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Schools can make a big difference in a life of a migrant child, as well as the host community. Through education it is possible to identify the needs of migrant children and communities and respond adequately.
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Congress has published the first brochure on voting rights for local elections for migrants and IDPs.
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After two Roma brothers attacked a local resident who ended up in hospital, the re
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A second national workshop was held in Tirana, as part of the ROMACTED programme,
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Members of European Parliament adopted a non-legislative resolution calling for ad
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The EU is working together with the Roma Education Fund (REF) as part of the regio
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The actors of the play Pizza Shop Heroes will travel to Malta to perform on the mi
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The population of Ireland is becoming increasingly diverse and this is reflected i
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A joint publication of the OECD’s International Migrat
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The third edition of the awards for Roma integration in the Western Balkans and Tu
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The increased influx of refugees and migrants Europe has been witnessing in the pa
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Five partner organizations: Terre des Hommes Romania as the lead partner, Policy C
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The suspended Riace`s mayor Mimmo Lucano became known for supporting pro-migrant p
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OECD published a report exploring ways to make systems dealing with influx of big
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On January 6th Bulgarian paratrooper Corporal Valentin Dimov was assaul
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Daily Sabah is reporting about the project led by Turkish children and their paren
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OECD published a report exploring ways to make systems dealing with influx of big group of refugees more resilient.
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A study published by the Federal Forum for Men shows that young male refugees in G
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In 1998, 10 years old Issa Abdou left Cameroon with an aim to reach Spain and star
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The Council of Europe issued a press release welcoming the re-establishment of a d
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STA is reporting that the Koper Science and Research Centre has been granted EUR 2
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InfoMigrants reports that the Italian government has approved 647,000 euros for a
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Migration Policy Institute(MPI) published a toolkit on integration of migrants and refugees in the European societies.
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The report in front of you is produced by the UNHCR, providing you valuable insigh
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The report explores the policies and measures implemented by top-level educational
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The phenomenon of minors who arrive in a foreign land without accompanying adults has been more and more widespread during recent years. The school environment provides a particularly significant context for the integration of unaccompanied minors.
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Facing the increased number of migrants and refugees in Europe since 2
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The European Commission has issued a communication in relation to the post-2020 Ro
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Sheffield Hallam University has launched a three-year EU project with the planne
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A report is prepared by Praxis within the project “Legal Assistance to Persons of Risk of Statelessness in Serbia”, funded by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.  The report provides an overview of recent achievements and remaining obstacles in the field of of the exercise of the right
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The EU member states have traditionally been destination countries for migrants, b
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With the increasing influx of refugees and migrants in Europe in the past years, t
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An inspiring TED talk by the UNICEF executive director Henrietta Fore, talking about the responsibility adults have to give young people a fighting chanc
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This report is based on data collected at different locations in Serbia, during regular activities in delivering psychosocial support to migrants and refugees by PIN psychologists, with the support of cultural mediators/translators.
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European Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has published a report on the main insights gained during the project on local engagement for Roma inclusion.
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Since the beginning of the refugee crisis, many countries on the migration route have found themselves in a position to respond urgently, especially to the needs of the most vulnerable migrant and refugees.
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When faced with different challenges during childhood, why are some children struggling with difficulty and prevail, while others have scars that interfere with their development?
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Government of the Republic of Serbia, in cooperation with the European Commission, organized the fourth seminar “Social Inclusion of Roma in the Republic of Serbia” in October 2017.
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Every third person in Kosovo lives below the poverty line, meanwhile unemployment rises to above 30%. Due to socio-economic factors, many families cannot afford to provide their children with a meaningful leisure time and proper school preparation.
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For children aged from five and a half to six and a half years old, living in reception centers for migrants in Serbia, from this school year, the compulsory preparatory preschool program begins for the first time.
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The family is a natural place for the growth and development of a child, and parents are the ones who should primarily provide care and protection.
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The Ecumenical Humanitarian Organization (EHO) from Novi Sad is launching an open call for the position of the Coordinator on the Project "Inclusion of Roma and Other Marginalized Groups", of which is expected a responsible, participatory and transparent coordination / project management, human r
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This article from the European Public Health Alliance cites several economic studies that demonstrate the economic and social benefits of investing in children. This applies to children in the Roma community in Europe, who make up a substantial number in an ageing Europe.
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As a result of the project "Introduction of the Roma language with the elements of national culture in elementary schools in Serbia", which was supported by the EU Delegation to Serbia, the Ministry of Education Science and Technological Development approved that in the Catalogue of Textbooks of
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IRC and TripAdvisor Partnership The IRC provides services to displaced persons globally. In partnership with TripAdvisor, the ‘Welcome Home’ Campaign offers new immigrants to the US assisted by the IRC an opportunity to explore and learn about their new hometown.  
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Dnevnik.bg shared the history of 59th Vasil Levski School in the Malashevtsi neighbourhood, Sofia, Bulgaria. The school is determined in its mission to accept all marginalised children who want to learn. The article states that there are nearly 270 children, most of whom are Roma.
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The conference "New Technologies in Education" is the largest event of its kind in this part of Europe and includes a large number of local, regional and international lecturers, whose lectures will focus on concrete examples of good practice of using ICT in classrooms.
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Final Report of the Red Cross of Serbia "Mapping children and youth outside the education system in rural areas" is made within the "Joint program for inclusion of roma children and children from sensitive groups in education", which was implemented by the Red Cross with the support of the SDC -
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The Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia (MODS) in cooperation with 10 organisations (Citizens Association "Parent" Zemun Belgrade, Sombor Educative Centre, Indjija Children’s Friends, NGO "Duga" Ada, Centre for Creative Development Knjazevac, "Denizen" Svrljig, "Nexus-Vranje" Vranje,
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Dnevnik published an informative interview with Diana Radoslavova from the Center for Legal Aid - Voice in Bulgaria, concerning the forgotten topic of refugees in Bulgaria. Mrs.
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Tirana, March 30th, 2018 - Terre des hommes Foundation Mission in Albania launched the start of the project Improving provision of services and awareness to combat Trafficking in Persons (TiP) in the Balkans, Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, funded by the U.S.
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Since the beginning of the so called "migrant and refugee crisis", many European countries have been facing difficulties while trying to cope with the crisis and effectively respond to the needs of the most vulnerable groups affected.
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City: Attica, Greece  
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''The next German government, under Angela Merkel, will 'decisively support Europe,' French Minister of European Affairs Nathalie Loiseau said in an interview with the Athens-Macedonian News Agency on Thursday, on the occasion of her visit to Greece.
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''More than 350 refugees and migrants live in the provincial capital of Kavala in Northern Greece. During the refugee influx of 2016, most residents had welcomed or at least tolerated the newcomers to their picturesque town that was built by refugees in the early twentieth century''.
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The Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development has enabled all children of elementary school age, who were in reception centers for migrants, to attend classes from last school year.
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The Guardian follows the life of the Faqirzada family - two parents and three teenage children - to recount the current situation of the refugees who were denied access to the EU are now living in Serbia - 7,600, according UNHCR. 
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Eurochild was invited by the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights to involve children in the discussions on fundamental rights in Europe, with a specific focus on poverty and migration.