“Inclusive Schools: Making a Difference for Roma Children” (INSCHOOL) is a Joint Project of the European Union and Council of Europe focusing on inclusive education policies and innovative education practices for all children, including Roma children. The project was initiated in 2017 and is currently at its third cycle of implementation until August 2023. It is being implemented in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Portugal, Romania and the Slovak Republic. More about the INSCHOOL project
12 juil. 2023Budapest, Hungary 11-13 July 2032
Nearly 40 participants gathered in Budapest, Hungary, to take part in the residential seminar of...
22 juin 2023Lisbon, Portugal 26 may 2023
Over 40 participants from Ministries of Education, National Roma Contact Points, education policy...
5 juin 2023
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Training course on education policy making based on inclusive values and dataStrasbourg, France 05 June2023
The European Union and Council of Europe Joint Project “Inclusive Schools: Making a Difference...
"A Close Call" is the story of a little boy whose life could have been very different today, if he had not been accepted in an inclusive school. It is a story about exclusion, hope and lives changed by teachers dedicated to children's potential.
INSCHOOL project is currently at the third cycle of implementation with reafirmed objectives and redefined components for the implementation in the participating countries and beyond.