Inclusion and Diversity in Education

Nargis Rashid (Birmingham City Council) Leon Tikly (University of Bristol) (2010). EE.UU. STUDIO.


It is important to make some brief comments
about the bigger picture with regards to inclusion
and diversity in Europe as this provides
the context in which the guidelines need to be
understood. There has been a rise in the numbers
of migrants, including asylum seekers and
economic migrants into Europe from regions
outside of Europe as well as increasing levels
of migration between the countries of Europe,
an aspect of the broadening of the European
Union. The recent European Union Green Paper
on ‘Migration & mobility: challenges and
opportunities for EU education systems’5 has
noted that:

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