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    Child migrants ‘integrating’ : what do we know so far?

    Arun, Shoba ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2950-3157, Bailey, Gavin ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7361-9539 and Szymczyk, Aleksandra (2021) Child migrants ‘integrating’ : what do we know so far? In: Migrant Children’s Integration and Education in Europe: Approaches, Methodologies and Policies. Ediciones Octaedro SL, pp. 39-59. ISBN 9788418615375

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    Abstract

    Mobility always involves change and upheaval: in general, child migrants will experience a greater upheaval than those whose context changes little, and their choices are also more constrained than those of adults. Integration is not an either/or process, nor is it necessarily specific to any domain, but is instead a complex pathway through life. In the lives of child migrants, integration is experienced simultaneously in education, health, local community and other domains, shaped by accompanying family or lack of family, community structures, and racist and anti-migrant currents of politics and culture.

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