The REFUGE-ED project identifies, implements and tests effective practices in education and mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) that promote the educational success, wellbeing, and sense of belonging of children from recent migration cohorts, refugees and asylum seekers, and unaccompanied minors. Its main output is a Brokering Knowledge Platform which will communicate and disseminate co-created knowledge, resources and tools in easy-to use packages for people working with these children.

This report makes practical recommendations about the content, design, usability and functionality of the Platform. Its findings are drawn from 24 focus groups held across the project’s pilot sites in six countries. The 120 participants involved represent a combination of teachers, support workers, family members, volunteers, and children. In addition, information from two project workshops which discussed the Platform is included.

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