The whole migration process should be interpreted in the light of key concepts and properly contextualized. Likewise, the social inclusion of migrant women implies the clarification of conceptions about culture, identity, diversity, gender, among others. It also requires an understanding of policies and models of social cohesion, both at national and international level, in this case, particularly considering the gender lens. In this sense, in the first chapter the concepts of culture, diversity, identity, subjective logics of belonging, and gender approach will be addressed. Subsequently, models of interaction with diversity are analyzed with a focus on the intercultural model. The third chapter proposes the approach of Social inclusion from a gender perspective. And, finally, Chapters 4 and 5 analyse the situation of some European countries, making a comparative table.