José Miguel Megías Leyva is a teacher and psychopedagogue, director of an educational centre in Andalusia (CEIP Escultor Cesar Molina Megías). He manages various Educational Plans and Projects and Curricular Materials Development for primary education. Along with Dr. Miguel López Melero, for the past six years, he has been a member of the University of Málaga’s Co-operative Training Action Research Group for Proyecto Roma in Andalusia. Since 2017, he has also participated in the project currently being developed in Spain by Education International (EI) and the Federación Estatal de Enseñanza de CCOO (FECCOO).
Written by José Miguel Megías Leyva
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 14 September 2018
“Our Experience with Proyecto Roma: Giving Voice to the Silence”, by Manuel Crespo Nievas, José Miguel Megías Leyva and Begoña López Cuesta
Begoña López Cuesta, José Miguel Megías Leyva, Manuel Crespo Nievas
Commitment to ensuring the right to education for refugee children, forcibly displaced persons, stateless persons, those seeking international protection and migrants necessitates an inclusive school system. This concerns not only teaching and didactic matters, to research and innovation in education, but also the realm of moral values and social justice.“Our Experience with Proyecto Roma: Giving Voice to the Silence”, by Manuel Crespo Nievas, José Miguel Megías Leyva and Begoña López Cuesta