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Responding to the ECEC needs of children of refugees and asylum seekers in Europe and North America [Executive summary]

Seeking to better understand current policies and practices in this arena, the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) coordinated an international study of the challenges and successes major host countries in Europe and North America are experiencing in the provision of high-quality ECEC services to young children of refugees and asylum seekers. Fieldwork for this study was conducted in Belgium, Canada, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Turkey, and the United States. Despite often wide variation in the characteristics of each country's refugee and asylum-seeker populations and the design of their migration management and ECEC systems, a number of common challenges and promising policies were identified. (author abstract)
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