Following an invitation by the Minister of State for Integration, Annette Widmann-Mauz, the curriculum study Migration and Integration was presented to the public at a digital technical conference.
Hans Vorländer, Oliviero Angeli
Ender Yilmazel, Francesca Barp
Curricula serve a framing function and significantly guide school practice. Classrooms today are more than ever shaped by migration-related diversity. Questions about how migration, integration, and migration-related diversity are addressed in curricula have hardly been answered so far. To fill this knowledge gap, the Mercator Forum Migration and Democracy (MIDEM) has spent the past eight months conducting a systematic inventory of the curricula of selected subjects and grade levels at general education schools in five countries, as well as interviews with stakeholders in the field.
Download the study here.
• Political cultur and life-world
• Refugee and migration research
• Political sociology and state theory
• migrant self-organization
• Border policy and international refugee movements
• Migration education