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Essay. The French education system does not adequately prepare students for intercultural dynamic and multilingual skills, creating a gap between francophone and anglophone researchers in humanities and social sciences, writes researcher Mihaela-Viorica Ruşitoru.
Toolkit. Behind difficulties in job searching for immigrants, there is often a lack of knowledge about the rules of local working life. In Finnish mentoring projects, the problems are solved together with a local colleague.
Interview. Celia Skaarup from the Danish Adult Education Association explains the findings of a study of the barriers and the good practice of integrating migrants and refugees into Danish adult education.
Feature. Joining a terrorist organisation is something done out of free will or in the lack of options. Leaving one can cost a life. The journey out of an extremist group does not end at home. That is where it begins.
Reportage. Hundreds of thousands of refugees struggle with their daily lives in their new home land. Studying a part-time skills course or learning a local language can create a sense of belonging, boost integration and even help to deal with trauma.