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Providing Forced Migrants with an Access to Education in the Russian Federation and Greece: Analysis of Educational Policies since 2002

Student: Natalia Sedunova

Supervisor: Caroline Schlaufer

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The research is dedicated to the subject of access to school education for children of forcibly displaced people aged 5-18 years. The master’s thesis covers barriers to primary and secondary levels of education in Russia and Greece. The thesis also analyzes national educational policies, measures and instruments that were introduced by the Russian and Greek governments as a response to the mass influx of asylum seekers in recent years. Based on the theory of inclusive education, the research examines the role of governmental, non-governmental and international actors in ensuring access to both formal and non-formal education, as well as extra-curricular activities as the latter one proved to be crucial for school and social inclusion of children with flight background.

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