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  • Primary/Secondary Ed
  • Social inclusion
  • Support Personnel


Inclusive Hubs project aims to foster the inclusion of migrant learners in schools, focusing on education, cultural mediation, health and wellbeing. The main objective is to practically transform schools into local inclusive hubs, into spaces where all learners will feel welcome, respected and valued, particularly those with fewer opportunities like migrants. Schools need to promote an environment of equity, equal opportunity and social acceptance for all students and respond to the wider societal needs.


The partnership will develop a Toolkit and a Curriculum, offering key thematic modules and practical guidance to support migrants’ inclusion.


The “Schools as Inclusive Hubs” Toolkit will provide resources and guides on peer learning, mentoring and support as to how schools can act as inclusive hubs, through the intervention of migrants and local communities.


The Curriculum will focus on key thematic areas and resources concerning inclusive education, intercultural mediation, language learning for migrants, health, wellbeing, and resilience. The first part will contain modules dedicated to school staff and the second modules dedicated to cultural mediators.


This material will then be used to improve the capacity of schools and communities to work together and act as inclusive hubs for migrants and combat barriers to inclusion.

A Policy Paper will also be developed, offering practical recommendations and calls for actions in each partner country regarding the inclusion of migrants.

Title Inclusive Hubs: A whole school approach to transform schools into Inclusive Hubs
Date launched 01/12/ 2022
Status (Ongoing, forthcoming) Forthcoming
Type of Resource
  • Digital resources
  • Electronic handbook
  • Online course
  • Social Inclusion
  • Primary – Secondary Education
  • Support Personnel
Online or Blended Blended
Learning outcomes
  • Build the capacity of school leaders, teachers, school staff, and local actors to better support migrant learners’ inclusion in the education system and society in general
  • Develop the language skills, wellbeing, and resilience of migrant learners and their families.
  • Build the capacity of migrant parents to act as cultural mediators and interpreters in local schools.
  • Increase the awareness on migration and reduce misconceptions
Target group
  • adult educators, trainers, education experts focusing on migration and inclusive education
  • school leaders, teaching staff, teachers
  • migrant learners and their families
  • NGOs working with migrants and/or focusing on their inclusion, local authorities and communities, municipalities
Language English, Finnish, Greek, Portuguese
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan The toolkit and curriculum will be tested and validated by partners and 80 experts. Internal and external surveys with close and open ended questions will be provided to validate the material’s effectiveness, efficiency, and usability. Teachers will also provide feedback on the material produced.
Learning assessment N/A
Recognition or certification of learning N/A
Europass Aligned with all basic Europass fields
Financing and sustainability model Co-funded by the Erasmus + programme of the European Union
Leading Organization ABO AKADEMI, Finland
Contact Person Emmanuel Acquah: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website Available in the beginning of 2023
Is this initiative country-specific? If yes, please specify the country. No