Fighting school segregation in Europe through inclusive education

A separation or concentration of disadvantaged children in specific schools and classrooms harms their learning opportunities and is a violation of their right to education. To address this, the publication by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights examines the situation of school segregation in countries across Europe and the main factors causing it.

The report also outlines the key principles of an inclusive education policy. The conclusive chapter outlines possible solutions and suggestions for advancing inclusive education, advocating for a thorough legal framework for an inclusive and desegregating education.