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

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,

The Council of Europe and national governments and authored the Council of Europe Handbook and Training Pack - Violence Reduction in Schools, The UNICEF international Guidance on Social and Emotional Learning, Violence Reduction in Schools and Violence Abuse and Neglect in Early Years. For more information visit UK Associate Partner 1

The National Children’s Bureau. The NCB is a UK leading charity for young people that for over 50 years has been improving the lives of children and young people, especially the most vulnerable. Working with children, and for children, NCB strives to reduce the impact of inequalities by influencing government using extensive research and expertise, being a strong voice for young people and practitioners, and inspiring creative solutions on issues including health, early years and social care. NCB brings a range of specialist knowledge and expertise that will support the project. This includes expertise in relation to child bereavement and experiences of trauma; supporting migrants in care; attachment theory and how it relates to child and adolescent development and prevention and response to race and faith targeted bullying. NCB also has access to a vast range of networks that can disseminate learning from the project to practitioners throughout the UK. For more information visit

UK Associate Partner 2

Young Roots Is an organisation specifically supporting young migrants and, since foundation in 2004, it has helped 7000 young asylum seekers. Young Roots works in London and in partnership with community-based organisations in Lebanon and Nepal, to provide support and activities for young refugees and asylum seekers. Its vision is of a world in which all young refugees and migrants can realise their rights and fulfil their potential. Its mission is to improve the wellbeing and life chances of young refugees and asylum seekers and its ambition is to be respected and known for its innovative and participatory approach to young refugees’ and migrants’ self-advocacy and learning. For more information visit


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