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The inclusion of child refugees in the school environment is a complex endeavor. This research will cover the matter of social inclusion of child refugees, in the school community. More specifically, it is conducted with the purpose, of showing aspects of every way, in which the home environment can assist the service of social workers. It concerns a qualitative research, that sampled social workers, educators and other individuals in charge-coordinators, who had previously worked in the field of child refugee education. The results of this research reveal useful intervention techniques, as well as details that have to be taken into consideration during the planning, but also the realizations of such actions.
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