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INTEGRACE - Integrating Refugee and Asylum-seeking Children in the Education Systems of EU Member States

General objective of the project is to promote the educational integration of refugees and asylum seeking children in the EU through the sharing of best practices and developing common standards in programme development and evaluation with a focus on vulnerable groups: e.g. unaccompanied children.

The Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights is responsible for the identification of best practice examples in Austria and in Germany, as well as conducting an evaluation of one example in Austria.

Countries assessed: 27 EU-Member States, Norway, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina

The project is co-financed by the European Refguee Fund (ERF) 
 

Persons involved: 

Sabine Mandl, Helmut Sax, Margit Ammer, Barbara Liegl

Contact persons: 

sabine.mandl@univie.ac.at, T 01/42 77-724 24
 

Lead Organisation: 
Center for Democratic Studies (NGO), Sofia, Bulgaria
Project start: 
09/2010
Project end: 
03/2012
Project completed: 
Yes
Funded by: 
European Refugee Fund
Team: 
Women's Rights, Child Rights, Human Trafficking
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