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Changing exclusionary behaviour patterns through advocacy
"It's about Ability" was a nationwide TV and radio campaign to improve the attitude towards Inclusive Education. Whereas in 2010 only 35% of the population found it acceptable for a child with a disability to attend the same class as their own non-disabled child, this figure increased to 78% in 2015.
UNICEF - Montenegro, “It's about Ability” Programme, 2010-2014, UNICEF Montenegro, in partnership with Government of Montenegro, EU and others, Montenegro, Montenegro
One-year preparation programme for children with disabilities to enter mainstream schools
The programme includes services such as occupational therapy, assistive technology, and support from special education specialists, along with the creation of individual education plans. The services are designed to help children to prepare for and pass the entrance exam to be admitted into grade 1 of mainstream schools in Jordan.
Al Hussein Society - Jordan Center for Training & Inclusion, School Preparation Programme, Jordan
Making schools accessible for children with physical disabilities in Afghanistan
The project addresses the need for accessible school buildings for children with disabilities by developing inclusive educational environments with accessible ramps, handrails, washing rooms, and drinking water installations. As a result, from 2013 to 2016 more than 3,000 children with disabilities were able to access education.
AOAD - Accessibility Organization for Afghan Disabled, Afghanistan
Action plans to support the transition from secondary school
"On the Verge of Adulthood" supports people with intellectual impairment in the phase of becoming adults. Together, a personal action plan is drawn up on key issues such as work, housing or further education. The implementation involves not only the young people and their parents, but also other relevant stakeholders.
KVPS - Service Foundation for People with Intellectual Disability, On the Verge of Adulthood, Finland
Affordable Hearing Aids through Solar Technology
Solar Ear manufactures low-cost, environmentally-friendly hearing aids and solar-rechargeable batteries. The company employs and trains people who are deaf to manufacture the hearing aids and to lead the replication of the technology. The company also runs a holistic hearing-loss detection and education programme.
Solar Ear, Botswana
Admission quotas and support services for university enrollment
Every year, 20 students with various disabilities are admitted to Universitas Brawijaya. The Centre for Disability Studies and Services provides these students with a number of services to support learning and inclusion, tests and exams are made accessible for a variety of disabilities and a reasonable accommodation is also offered.
Brawijaya University, Center for Disability Studies and Services, Affirmative Admission for Students with Disabilities, Indonesia
Improving Deaf Children’s Reading Through Technology
"All Children Reading" provides access to education for deaf children throughout Morocco. A key element is a software that helps teachers and parents to create teaching materials in Moroccan Sign Language (MSL). In addition, a sign language-friendly assessment for early learners was created, which is standardized and comparable.
IDRT - Institute for Disabilities Research and Training, Inc., All Children Reading, Morocco
Reducing all forms of prejudice-based bullying
The project has worked with schools to create a guide to help educate people on issues of prejudice. Precise and accessible reference cards covering all aspects of equality and school life offer key information, practical advice and examples, equality monitoring tools, and sources for further information and support.
Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education, United Kingdom
Person-centred transition programme for students to post-school life
The transition programme for students aged 18 to 25 includes vocational certificates and career-readiness credentials. A complementary person-centred support service offers mentoring and tutoring, career counselling, and self-advocacy training. VAST also offers employment and internship placement assistance.
Houston Community College, VAST Academy, United States of America
Comprehensive support for young people with disabilities after their school education
Krembo Wings from Israel initiated the ‘Paving the Way to Independent Life’ programme in 2002 to support people with disabilities after their schooling and to help them develop soft skills and life skills. Managed by people both with and without disabilities, the programme benefits around 250 young graduates each year.
Krembo Wings, Paving the Way to Independent Life programme, Israel
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