Children from Arab countries constitute a growing proportion of media audiences in Europe. Recent conflicts in the region have caused hundreds of thousands of families to flee their homes in the Arab world, especially Syria and Iraq, to find safety in Europe. These displaced populations in European countries include large numbers of children. The one-year project summarised in this report was funded by the UK's Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). One of the project's major objectives was to explore representations of forced migration and diversity in European screen content for young children - those aged 12 and under. Arab experts were integrated into this process of exploration, creating opportunities for dialogue between European and Arab media practitioners and helping to alert European producers to the media needs, wants and experiences of Arabic-speaking children now living in Europe. Drawing on this dialogue, the project gathered recommendations concerning the regulation, funding and distribution of children's media content dealing with diversity and forced migration.