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Posts tagged with ‘migrant youth’

  • Brussels, 19-20 November 2014: “Helping Children and Youth with Migrant Background Succeed: Making schools matter for all”

    A SIRIUS Conference entitled “Helping Children and Youth with Migrant Background Succeed: Making schools matter for all” will take place in Brussels on 19 and 20 November 2014 in order to highlight successful strategies identified by the SIRIUS Network over the past three years to effectively implement holistic education policies with targeted measures for migrant students on a systematic level. At the local level and with a particular focus on children and youth, we will outline our suggestions for developing inclusive classrooms within schools that are open learning spaces and that develop strategic partnerships with the local community.
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  • Mentoring in Education -Stakeholder meeting report

    The final SIRIUS stakeholder meeting on the issue of mentoring took place in association with the final conference of the SUPREME mentoring project on 27 October in the Neth-ER offices in Brussels. The objective of the conference was to: Learn about good practices in the field of preventing early school leaving and youth unemployment; Experience how mentoring binds education and industry on a European level; Explore state of the art mentoring results in European countries; Involve decision makers in order to secure the mentor methodology and the cooperation of industry and education in Europe.
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  • Brussels, 27 October 2014: Business world mentoring in education – An asset to society

    The final SIRIUS stakeholder meeting on the issue of mentoring will take place in association with the SUPREME mentoring project that has been developed by a varied and strong partnership where 4 VETs, EU VET association, SME associations and policy makers work together to increase the cooperation between VETs and the world of work.
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  • Finland – School Health Promotion Study: Young immigrants need support

    There are clear differences in the health and well-being of first-generation young immigrants when compared to young people in the general population or other young people with immigrant backgrounds. First-generation young immigrants find the school work environment poorer than other young people, and they have more difficulties with studies than others. They feel less often other young people that they […]
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