This book series examines issues of rights, (in)equalities and social justice in the analysis of education, migration and displacement. Set within the wider context of rising levels of global migration at a time of profound social, environmental and economic change, the series explores the reproductive power and positioning of education as a source of risk as well as opportunity for migrant and refugee children.
The series places a particular emphasis on the voices of those often marginalised in debates and policy analysis: migrant and refugee children, their families and educators across the education system. Through engagement with a range of theoretical and methodological frameworks the series will explore these multiple dynamics and positionings both across country/educational contexts as well as within migrant/refugee communities in both the global north and global south.
The series welcomes authored or edited contributions in topics relevant to migration and education, including topics such as inclusion and exclusion, racism and privilege, lived experiences of migrants, educational policy, pedagogical challenges and the role of schools as often contradictory sites in the realisation of internationally upheld rights for migrant and refugee children.
By Paul Downes, Jim Anderson, Alireza Behtoui, Lore Van Praag
March 12, 2024
This novel contribution examines the lived experiences of migrants in education in various international contexts, exploring common school system features that promote students’ inclusion and challenge their exclusion. With a range of international contributions and case studies from Canada, the US...
By Claudio Baraldi
July 28, 2023
This edited volume presents the results of a European research project – ‘CHILD-UP’ (Children Hybrid Integration: Learning Dialogue as a way of Upgrading Policies of Participation), which analyses the hybrid integration of children with migration backgrounds into schools across Europe. Using ...
By Merike Darmody, Emer Smyth
June 26, 2023
This volume explores the role of structure and agency in shaping post-school pathways for migrant-origin young people, providing new insights from countries with different migration histories and transition systems. The book collates the work of leading international scholars to cover a number of ...
By Shoba Arun, Khawla Badwan, Hadjer Taibi, Farwa Batool
March 31, 2023
This book presents a child-centred approach to migrant children’s experiences in education. Using a decolonising framework, the book interrogates the diversity of migrant experiences in the global South and North. The book brings together researchers and practitioners from education, childhood ...
By Oakleigh Welply
November 30, 2021
Winner of the 2023 Globalisation and Education SIG Best Book Award at CIES 2023! Immigration, Integration and Education offers a unique comparative analysis of the views and experiences of children of immigrants in school in France and England. It showcases how the theorization of children’s ...