On the 28 and 29 November the international conference Inclusion4Schools will take place in Budapest, Hungary. The conference will focus on Community-centred Approaches and Practices in Education. It is targeting a large range of stakeholders, including researchers, practitioners, journalists, and policy-makers to “…discuss the challenges and opportunities of education to reverse inequalities, to interpret existing narratives, national competences and European initiatives to present good practices resulting from the ongoing projects, and to inform political decision-making processes“.
The conference will take place in Budapest, Hungary on the 28th and 29th of November 2023.
More information on the conference, including the preliminary agenda and the registration form, is available here.
Brief summary of the Inclusion4Schools project
Inclusion4Schools is an innovative educational project designed to foster inclusivity and diversity within school environments by supporting segregated schools in underprivileged regions through the creation of inclusive school communities. It is implemented by a consortium from Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Slovakia. The objective is to contribute to improved learning outcomes, enhanced social cohesion, and a more equitable educational experience for all students, irrespective of their differences. The project aims at supporting inclusive pedagogy within public education and supporting segregated schools to create a more cohesive educational system.
The project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
More information can be found on the projects website.