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                An all-stakeholder approach towards Inclusive Education

                Chance B has initiated a joint initiative for a pilot project on an inclusive educational system in the region of Eastern Styria, Austria. In an all-encompassing approach a network of 270 actors was established. For this project a comprehensive scientific study has been conducted involving case studies and expert interviews.
                Chance B Holding GmbH, Austria

              • Blind students walk behind each other, while holding sticks during a emergency procedures training.

                Teaching students with disabilities to manage risks associated with natural disasters

                RET Americas has developed inclusive learning methodologies to integrate disaster risk reduction and management (DRR&M) as a topic in public schools, introducing curricula and exercises specifically for students with disabilities. Since 2015, more than 4,000 young people with disabilities have taken part in the project.
                RET International - Protection through Education, Inclusive school safety in Panama (disasters and natural hazards awareness), Panama

              • Young children are sitting on the floor and looking up ito their teacher, who holds a device.

                Noise-free school model inclusive of students with hearing impairments

                Classrooms at Tres Olivos School are built with sound-absorbing materials and equipped with sound-level meters. The school has 98 teachers (including seven speech therapists and two deaf teachers) and 1,100 students who are educated from early childhood to high school and also in two vocational trainings.
                Dales la Palabra Foundation, Tres Olivos School, Spain

              • Three girls are hug and smile at the camera, while wearing their uniforms.

                A rights-based approach for young people to have a place in mainstream classrooms

                The Inclusive Education Policy, implemented in 2018, is designed to ensure that all children and young people in Queensland attend their local state school. Each institution is allocated appropriate resources and funding. Individual support during implementation is provided by regional inclusion coaches.
                Queensland Department of Education, Inclusive Education Policy, Australia

              • A young man is packing boxes during his job training in the warehouse in front of full shelves.

                A transition into adulthood programme for young people with disabilities

                Creating a Future prepares students between the ages of 16 and 21 for adulthood through employment skills and future orientation training. It also supports preparation for employment through an assessment of an individual’s interests and strengths as well as by providing work experience.
                Israel Elwyn, Creating a Future, Israel

              • A boy plays with his peers in uniforms outside.

                A broad, low-cost, and comprehensive model to create accessible schools

                The aim of HOPE is to ensure and to increase the school enrollment of children with and without disabilities in rural areas. This is mainly done through improving school accessibility and by establishing community-based rehabilitation centres, where children with disabilities are readied for school.
                Save the Children International, HOPE, Bangladesh

              • Guidelines and toolkits to promote fully accessible schools

                The information is based on Indian national codes and space standards, as well as on universal design principles. Together, they provide authorities with infrastructural recommendations. Staff and teachers are assisted with curriculum and classroom materials in accessible formats, e-learning technology solutions, and other educational services.
                Samarthyam - National Centre for Accessible Environments, India

              • Stimulation kit and training for caregivers

                The Ndinogona Stimulation Kit provides caregivers with tools, resources, and training to play with and stimulate children with disabilities, allowing them to participate in everyday activities. The kit includes four-colour-coded bags containing all the needed toys and assistive devices for facilitating participation. A manual illustrates over 100 activities and songs.
                Uhambo Foundation, South Africa

              • A young volunteer teaching archery to a person with disabilities.

                Young Volunteers as Agents for Social Inclusion

                Unidos trains young people as volunteers – called "Allies" –, who then accompany people with disabilities to participate in the various Unidos social programmes. Through social franchising the programme has been rolled-out to six cities across the country, supporting 1,877 people with disabilities in 2017.
                Unidos Somos Iguales, Mexico

              • Three persons do weekly grocery shopping by themselves.

                A Home, a Cafe and Employment to Promote Deinstitutionalization

                In 2016, the Psychoanalytic Association set up a training café to employ ten people with psychosocial disabilities who had previously lived in closed institutions. As of 2018, the supportive independent living (SIL) programme oversees six group homes, two cafés, and 20 employed beneficiaries, all of whom now live on their own.
                Psychoanalytic Association, SIL programme, Kazakhstan