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              • Social inclusion through Special Olympics

                Unified Sports Recreation

                Through the Special Olympics Unified Sports Recreation model, children are able to participate in an inclusive sports setting based on football. The project mission is to implement the model in Turkey for children aged 8 to 12 with support from six local professional football clubs and the Turkish Football Association.
                Special Olympics, Turkey

              • Two Indonesian students in school uniform giggling together with another student and a woman each holding a doll.

                Sexual and reproductive education for youth with leprosy and other


                NLR Indonesia developed the MBIM project to educate children and adolescents with leprosy and other disabilities about their sexual and reproductive health and rights. As part of the project NLR has developed educational manuals and tools, such as pictures and videos.
                NLR Indonesia, My Body Is Mine (MBIM), Indonesia

              • A women holds a girl with disabilities, who is sitting in class by her shoulders.

                Inclusive schools for students who are blind or visually impaired

                The Arab Episcopal School in Irbid is an inclusive school with kindergarten for children with and without visual impairments and of different religions. In 2018 the school had 40 blind or visually impaired school children. Five of the teachers are blind and also support the children in their daily life.
                Arab Episcopal School Irbid, Inclusive Education for visually impaired children, Jordan

              • The photo depicts a diverse group of Asian children and a young adult engaged in a choral performance. They are dressed uniformly in black attire with white gloves, enhancing the visual harmony of the group. A young woman in a wheelchair is prominently included among the standing children, illustrating inclusivity and the normalization of disability within the community. The expressions on their faces range from concentration to joy, suggesting a shared experience of music and performance that transcends individual differences. The setting appears to be a well-lit, indoor space, likely a school or community center, fostering an environment of learning and cultural expression.

                A replicable model of an inclusive youth choir making music incorporating sign language

                White Hands Chorus Nippon by El Sistema Connect, Japan: Inclusive music choir merging deaf and hearing individuals. Grew from 35 to 98 members by 2023, offering free lessons and professional performances.
                The White Hands Chorus NIPPON, Japan

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                Low-cost technology for young people with vision impairment

                This project offers various free services to the blind, including Inclusive Education, a higher education programme, and vocational and career training. It also develops low-tech teaching devices, such as drawing kits, flash cards, and apps that can be downloaded. In 2014, 262 children and juveniles participated in project activities.
                Nhat Hong Center for The Blind and Visually Impaired, Vietnam

              • A colorful dressed woman is teaching sign language in front of a blackboard with drawings at the Teacher's training class.

                Large-scale campaign to identify and enrol children with disabilities in Senegal

                APPEHL follows a multilevel approach to make mainstream schools more inclusive. For children and parents, the programme includes awareness raising measures and training in dealing with impairments. For schools, learning materials are adapted and teachers are trained by teachers from the special education sector.
                Humanity & Inclusion Senegal, Full Participation of Children with Disabilities in Education Programme (APPEHL), Senegal

              • A women in a white jacket is standing in a classroom, explaining something; female and male students sit on white chairs and have tables in front of them

                Ministry of Education organizing Individual Training Plans for transition to work

                Individual Transition Plans (ITPs) are designed to support young people with special educational needs in the essential transitions in their lives. An ITP is designed and implemented collaboratively by the student, their parents and teachers, and educational guidance and employment service providers.
                Montenegrin Ministry of Education, Science and Sports, Individual Transition Plans (ITPs) for Students with Special Needs, Montenegro

              • This image depicts a classroom setting with children of various backgrounds engaged in learning activities. An adult, possibly a teacher, is assisting a young girl with her work, emphasizing the importance of support and guidance in education. Another child is wearing headphones, which could suggest an accommodation for a sensory or learning difference, reflecting inclusivity and the adaptation of educational environments to meet diverse needs. The children are interacting with educational toys and materials, illustrating a collaborative and interactive learning space that fosters development and understanding among students. The presence of colorful furniture and a chalkboard suggests an environment designed for young learners.

                Comprehensive after-school programme supporting children with intellectual disabilities to attend mainstream classes

                Instituto J├┤ Clemente's SEAC Project, Brazil: Enhances regular education access for children with disabilities. Assisted over 320 children and teenagers with disabilities in 2022, providing resources and training for teachers and families.
                Specialized Educational Assistance Centre (SEAC), Brazil

              • A full chain of support from primary school to employment

                LIFE is a programme for inclusive vocational education and employment for people with disabilities, starting as early as primary school and ending with job placement. 2012 it was introduced in Armenia. By 2016 approximately 900 persons were placed in training and 653 persons were employed through the programme.
                Save the Children Armenia, Livelihood Improvement through Fostered Employment (LIFE), Armenia

              • Inclusive care worker training

                Within the scope of the EU project "Inclusive Care Worker", an inclusive teaching model for qualification in the social sector and support modules for a successful integration into the labour market were developed. It enables persons with learning difficulties and disabilities to choose a care profession.
                Lebenshilfe Graz and Surroundings - Voitsberg, Inclusive care worker training, Austria