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              • Girls in violet uniforms sit in several rows in front of the blackboard during class.

                Training teachers in inclusive techniques and learning materials

                Regional Action for Inclusive Education (RAISE) works with local NGO partners that act as regional resource centres for inclusive education. These centres promote the participation of children with disabilities in 78 government primary schools and are to become autonomous centres of expertise on Inclusive Education.
                Light for the World Austria, RAISE Project, India

              • Mandatory minimum standards for education in emergencies

                The INEE Minimum Standards for Education articulate the minimum quality and access to education for people affected by disasters and crises. They are mandatory worldwide since 2010. The accompanying INEE toolkit contains practical, field-friendly instructions for educators, aid workers and authorities.
                INEE - International Network for Education in Emergencies, INEE Minimum Standards for Education: Preparedness, Response, Recovery and INEE Toolkit of the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE); implemented by Ministries of Education, policy-makers, teachers, humanitarian agencies and humanitarian workers worldwide., United States of America

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                USDC advocates for inclusive education and modifies existing school environments. Schools are made accessible through different factors: teachers, children and parents are sensitised; assistive devices are provided; children with disabilities are integrated into society.

                USDC supports schools in helping them to become accessible. It also empowers the parents of children with disabilities to advocate for inclusive policies and teachers are sensitised about disability. To ensure sustainability, USDC works within existing structures and partners with government and other service providers.
                Uganda Society for Disabled Children, A fully inclusive and accessible school in Uganda, Uganda

              • Men and women in hijabs sitting and listing to the instruction of the principal trainer in a yellow classroom.

                Inclusive Education teacher-training modules in university courses

                Teacher training in Inclusive Education for pre-service teachers is an addition to the standard university course offerings and is free of charge. Seven training modules were developed, including a train-the-trainer model. The training is then followed by practical experience and actual implementation in selected schools.
                State University of Zanzibar, Teacher Training in Inclusive Education, Tanzania

              • Project particiant are trying to eat while wearing gloves.

                Sharing personal experiences to improve the quality of inclusive teaching

                The programme focuses on teachers and other providers of school services. The training itself includes four components: understanding disability through lectures, experiential activities and simulations, interactions with instructors with disabilities, and teaching tools for inclusive and accessible education.
                Access Israel, Training for Inclusive Teaching, Israel

              • Canadian Centre on Disability Studies: From hidden children to inclusive education

                The aim of the project was to advance inclusive education in two regions in Ukraine. The project took a multi-level approach by developing civil society capacity, supporting policy development and enhancing the capacity of the school system to deliver quality education for all students, including those with disabilities.
                Canadian Centre on Disability Studies, Ukraine

              • Children in school uniforms walk outside, grapping each other by the shoulders to be leaded back to the classroom.

                Converting special schools into Inclusive Education centres

                In 2018 CBM, in partnership with the Jairos Jiri Association, began converting three special schools into Inclusive Education centres. Each centre has a specific focus and serves also as an education platform on inclusion for local governments, companies, and schools while working closely with the community.
                CBM - Christoffel Blind Mission International, Inclusive Educational Centres in Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

              • In the image, two women are seated at a table with a floral tablecloth, engaged in what appears to be a collaborative activity. Both women are wearing hijabs, suggesting they may be of a culture where this is a common practice, possibly indicating Middle Eastern or Islamic heritage. The woman on the left is standing and leaning towards the laptop screen, gesturing as if explaining or discussing something with her seated companion. The other woman, seated in front of the laptop, is looking at the screen, with her hands in a position that suggests she may be using sign language, potentially indicating that she is communicating in a way that accommodates a hearing impairment. The setting is a simple room with a window, a pink curtain, and a wall emblem that suggests the environment is dedicated to support or education, possibly a resource center for individuals with hearing disabilities. The atmosphere is one of focus, learning, and mutual assistance.

                Crisis-resilient education for children with disabilities in Palestine

                Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children (ASDC), Palestine: Implements an EU-funded project for education during crises. From 2018 to 2023, supported over 800 children with disabilities in schools and trained 400 teachers and officials.
                Developing an inclusive education environment for children with and without disabilities in the Gaza Strip, Palestine

              • The image displays two documents laid out on a white surface, each accompanied by a digital tablet, a cup of coffee, and some office supplies. The documents are titled "Programme Content Guidelines" and "Curriculum Design Blueprint." Below each document, there is a blue button labeled "ACCESS RESOURCE," indicating that these are likely digital resources related to educational materials or guidelines. The overall theme suggests a focus on educational planning and accessibility, which aligns with values of equality and justice in education. No people are visible in the image.

                European university alliance fostering inclusion by sharing tools and good practices

                CHARM-EU Alliance: Enhances European higher education inclusiveness and mobility. Focuses on creating inclusive environments and removing barriers. Provides free tools benefiting students, staff, and stakeholders worldwide.
                CHARM-EU, Spain

              • Returning children to their families and an inclusive environment

                Based on an inclusive policy and the programme, children with disabilities were allowed to leave residential care and return to their communities while receiving education in a mainstream school. Between 2007 and 2013 the number of children in institutions could be reduced from more than 11,500 to less than 4,000.
                Lumos Foundation Moldova, Moldova