The INCLUDE Annual Reports respectively set the scene, analyse the challenges and gaps identified in policies and practices of language learning for social inclusion, and provide recommendations and a plan for the next steps of the INCLUDE Network.
The First Report - INCLUDE Network language policies and practices for active social inclusion: the state of the art - sets the scene of language policy for social inclusion. It provides an overview of the current policy landscape in Europe concerning languages and social inclusion and a descriptive analysis of the resources collected in the INCLUDE Observatory and CLIL Inventory.
The Second Report - Quantitative and qualitative evidences about the role of languages in active social inclusion - provides a quantitative and a qualitative analysis (i.e. descriptive statistics and national case studies) aimed at producing a clearer, evidence-based picture of the interaction between language and social inclusion, and the key factors that shape this interaction, in five selected countries (France, Italy, Lithuania, Spain and UK) as well as providing an in-depth analysis of how language learning for active social inclusion is being implemented, in terms of policies and practices, in these five countries.
The Third Report – Analysis of Resources, Gap Identification and Further Propositions - provides an analysis of the resources in the INCLUDE Observatory and CLIL Inventory together with the international webinars carried out in 2014 and 2015. Three "dashboards" are developed to conduct the analysis in terms of policy, research and practice. Findings, gaps and further proposition are presented.