Migrant workers and refugees are vulnerable to the same challenges when trying to access basic services — in particular education and health — in the host/receiving country. Understanding the obstacles they face and strategies to overcome them is key to guaranteeing social protection and the active participation of non-nationals in the host communities’ economic growth and societal development, and thus avoiding marginalization and disenfranchisement. Based on ARDD’s

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