This paper addresses the inclusion of Ukrainian schoolchildren who were forced to leave their homes because of Russian military aggression. The research is aimed at identifying the specifics of the inclusive process regarding the children of war and analyzing the features that are different compared to traditional approaches to the inclusion of forced migrants. Building upon the results of a focus group study, the article emphasizes the importance of consolidating the potential of specialists of Ukraine and the Czech Republic in the context of the integration of traditions and innovations of both countries to overcome the difficulties of educational inclusion of Ukrainian schoolchildren – forced migrants. © 2024 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.

DOI: 10.1080/10564934.2024.2339212
ISSN: 10564934