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Posts tagged with ‘integration’

  • Draft outcome of proceedings from the European Ministerial Conference on Integration (Milan, 5-6 November 2014)

    On 5 and 6 of November 2014 the Italian Presidency organized a Ministerial Conference on Integration, with the aim to further develop the Strategic Guidelines concerning the area of Freedom, Security and Justice adopted by the European Council in June 2014. The discussion built upon the Common Basic Principles adopted on 19 November 2004, the informal meeting of EU Integration Ministers of Zaragoza of 15-16 […]
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  • Germany: Pedagogical experience in Berlin to better integrate immigrant children

    In the face of repeated violence at the Rutli school located in the poor neighbourhood of Neukölln in Berlin, teachers were asked to close their facility in March 2006 . The mayor responded by gathering on the same site a primary school, a middle school and a high school in order to adapt the teaching to the levels of students. This mix […]
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  • Italy: Foreign children in Italian schools – the SIPPS is a resource for the younger generation

    The Italian school is increasingly multiracial. A large number of children who are present in the classrooms of our cities, from north to south, from kindergarten to high school. And this, according to the Italian Society of Preventive and Social Paediatrics, can only enrich the Italian children. “Multiculturalism – says the president of the SIPPS, Drs. Joseph Di Mauro – is a great resource, not a […]
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  • Spain: A study positively evaluates the integration of children of immigrants

    A study, based on interviews with 6,905 children of immigrants in Madrid and Barcelona confirms that “some things have been well done” in integrating these young people into Spanish society, as 78.4% of them did not have any problematic behaviour by the age of 18. The study, entitled Growing up in Spain. The integration of children of immigrants, was presented at […]
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