In this work package we research how contemporary mathematics education reflects and changes in society in the context of migration and globalization. In the research that we conduct in relation to Literacy and inclusive teaching (LIT) we consider mathematical literacy from a broad perspective. Mathematical literacy can be defined in several ways. Each definition tries to capture what it means to know mathematics. Mathematical literacy is not the same as mathematical knowledge. Mathematical literacy is about how individuals use, apply and acknowledge mathematical knowledge. By defining mathematical literacy in a particular way, certain practices become emphasised while others are downplayed or even excluded. This raises questions about how mathematical literacy connects to in- (ex)culsion. In this work package we particularly highlight in- (ex)clusion in the context of migration, multilingualism and social justice.