Including Children / Young People Affected by Migration in Schools by Improving Convivencia (Harmony), Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Wellbeing

THE ICAM PARTNERSHIP

The four partners in the ICAM project, ICARO in Italy, NCfLB in the UK, CECE in Spain and ISJP in Romania together with the Associate Partners in each country include some of the leading international experts in the field of inclusion in schools, the creation of a school climate of convivencia and the needs of CAM. The team includes experts on the effects of evacuation and displacement on families during World War 2 and the project applies the solutions they have identified in order to prevent similar long term effects from separation and deprivation by meeting the special social and emotional needs of the current generation of CAM The partnership was formed in 2014 and has worked closely together for 2 years developing and implementing the Daphne 2 Project Action Anti –Bullying (AAB). The experience has forged a close working relationship and a shared passion to improve the inclusion of all children and young people in schools and to uphold their rights to an education free from fear and disruption under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the European Convention on the Exercise of Children's Rights.

ISJP – Extension to Children Left Behind

ISJP is a Romanian Regional School Inspectorate, under the authority of the Ministry of Education. Its main task is to coordinate and to control the schools of all levels in the county of Prahova. That means 250 schools, with 10 500 employees, teachers, administrative staff and other staff, and 120 000 students, from 3 to 19 years. ISJP has implemented several projects having as targets children and youth from disadvantaged groups, such as Roma, migrants and those with disabilities.

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NCfLB - Project developer

The Northampton Centre for Learning Behaviour (NCfLB) was established by the Northampton University in 2011 as an enterprise company building on the reputation of the Centre for Learning Behaviour founded in 2006. From its university base, the NCfLB provides consultation, advice and training for international organisations, governments, local authorities and other bodies in how to improve learning behaviour, reduce violent/bullying behaviour and enhance Social and Emotional Learning in schools, in child care settings and in the home. NCfLB has successfully completed more than 30 consultation and training contracts for UNICEF,

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CECE

Ceces a non-profit employers´ and professional organization founded in 1977. It represents a wide educational sector in Spain from nursery school to university level. It has more than 5.000 schools, education and training centres among its members. CECE is member of the international organisations: EFVET, ESHA and ECNAIS and of the European Anti-Bullying Network. In total, CECE has taken part to more than 30 EU projects in the last years including the two Daphne III projects 'Stop violence on Social Media"(2011-2013) http://www.safesocialmedia.eu/ and “Stronger Children/young people - Less violence” (2011-2013) http://wp.stronger-children/young people.eu/ .

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ICARO - Project coordinator

Icaro is a non-profit consortium of social cooperatives created in 1995 with the aim of formulating a concrete answer to the problems of groups at risk of social exclusion. In recent years, the Icarus Consortium has expanded its sphere of interest – with a focus on children at risk of involvement in criminal activities - and the socially vulnerable (elderly, children, mentally and physically disabled, drug addicts, immigrants, unemployed young people and the unemployed, etc.), creating "personal services", socio-educational support and social services, employment, education, national service, as well as managing residential and semi-residential care facilities intended for these users.

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