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Inclusion of refugees through non-formal education 2017

Nordic best practice

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This project, based on a research study of good cases on inclusion from the Nordic countries, tries to answer the question: What is required for new arrivals to become part of a new society and working life? The result was presented during a one day program at the NCAEL 7th Nordic Conference on Adult Education and Learning, 3–5 May 2017 in Jönköping in Sweden, where researcher, experts and practitioners from the Nordic countries discussed and formulated ten conclusions of best models for inclusion. This report describes all parts of the project. The research, the cases, the content of the conference and the ten conclusions on good inclusion based on Nordic activates as well as documents for disseminating, to start discussions and increase the knowledge about models for inclusion of new arrivals.

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An increase of newly arrived immigrants in the Nordic countries

The world has seen an increase of 50% of migration since 1990. In the Nordic countries, the number has doubled. In 2016, approximately 26.7 million people lived in the Nordic countries. Since 1990, the foreign-born population has increased from 1.3 million to 3.0 million.

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