This report outlines key issues for the effective integration of the MHPSS approach into education. It draws from the results of the WP1 literature and policy review and mapping of different best-practice, tools and solutions in the fields of MHPSS and education (in formal, non- formal and informal learning environments) for the integration of migrant children in Europe, conducted under Tasks 1.1., 1.2. and 1.3 of the REFUGE-ED’s project. Hereby general guidelines for the adoption of MHPSS approach in education for children with a migratory and refugee background are presented. The guidelines are meant to inform interventions in order to help the dynamic inclusion of migrant children, by doing a more comprehensive representation of refugee and migrant students, their surrounding communities and professionals and promote collaboration for a better consideration of mental health and psychosocial support.

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