IMMERSE

IMMERSE project
Project

IMMERSE

Integration mapping of refugee and migrant children

IMMERSE project will identify the main stakeholders in migrant children’s social an educational integration. It’s main objective is to define a new integrated methodology to generate and monitor quantitative and qualitative data and develop a set of recommendations on the integration of refugees and migrant children in Europe. ZABALA takes part in the project leading the activities related to social awareness and stakeholders engagement.

 

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº 822536

11
PARTNERS
7
COUNTRIES
€ 3M
TOTAL BUDGET
4
YEARS
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Project: 
IMMERSE
Programme: 
HORIZON 2020
Period: 
2018-2022
Sector: 
SOCIETAL
01
The Challenge: 

The main challenge lies in designing and defining a new integrated methodology to generate and monitor quantitative and qualitative data and to develop a set of recommendations of the integration of refugees and migrant children in Europe.

02
Solutions: 
IMMERSE will involve children and relevant stakeholders to identify the key parameters related to intercultural competences, wellbeing and gender affecting children’s integration. It will also co-create a new dashboard of social and educational and integration indicators. Also, a database and an app will be developed within the project, collecting and monitoring data in six European countries.
03
Impacts: 

The success of this data analysis will draw a representative image of Europe’s reality on refugee and migrant children’s integration leading the consortium to develop policy papers with specific recommendations on this people, targeting policy makers and educational institutions to foster diverse inclusive societies.

Leire Martiarena
Leire Martiarena
R&D CONSULTANT AND COORDINATOR OF IMMERSE PROJECT