The purpose of the INCLUSIVE HUBS project is to help make school spaces places for inclusion where all learners will feel welcome, respected, and valued, particularly those with fewer opportunities like migrants. Through the project implementation, we will support holistic approaches to teaching and learning as well as collaboration among all actors relevant to schools (school staff, communities, migrant learners, and their families) to transform schools into inclusive hubs. According to the European Commission, low proficiency and early school leaving can be a result of the struggle in learning and social exclusion, a phenomenon faced by many European areas. Several European Union (EU) countries have already developed national strategies to facilitate stronger communication between schools and local communities, and provide measures to foster inclusion. Therefore, the project will contribute to those efforts by developing materials and tools focused on wellbeing, inclusion, mental health, and personal development.


  • Develop an evidence-based whole school and community program to transform schools into inclusive hubs
  • Build the capacity of school leaders, teachers, school staff, and local actors to better support migrant learners’ inclusion in the education system and society at large.
  • 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.
  • 1 school per country participant will be developed into an inclusive hub.