The webinar provided an overview of the findings from a qualitative research study conducted in six countries participating to the TRIBES project: Germany Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, and Turkey. 

The study had a focus on school climate perception among first and second-generation migrant students, their school teachers and parents.

The webinar was hosted by the “Children’s Identity and Citizenship European Association (CiCeA)” and it was arranged by my colleague Prof. Márta Fülöp, who serves as the president of CiCeA. 

The webinar was attended by 45 people, from 25 countries (including Non-EU countries). 

Here are the presenters’ names:

Ireland: Angela Mazzone, Dublin City University (DCU) Anti-Bullying Centre, Dublin, Ireland 

Hungary: Márta Fülöp, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, Research Centre of Natural Sciences and Institute of Psychology, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Hungary 

Turkey: Ahmet Yirmibes, Bartın University, Agdacı Kampusu, Bartın, Turkey 

Israel: Ruth Berkowitz, School of Social Work, University of Haifa, Israel and Orit Nutman-Shwartz, School of Social Work, Sapir College, Hof Ashkelon, Israel