Documentary video about Chitila Secondary School in Romania
The French association Réseau Canopé paid a visit to the Chitila Secondary School in the suburbs of Bucharest to better understand the work that the school has been doing to implement inclusive education methodologies in the framework of the INSCHOOL Joint Project of the European Union and Council of Europe.
The short documentary video shows how the school promotes a more inclusive education for Roma pupils through enhancing the quality of education, engaging with the parents and organising cultural activities promoting Roma culture at school.
Romania: High Level Conference "I want to go to school! On the need for inclusive and quality education"
A high level conference will take place in hybrid form in the context of the Romanian Education system, with the participation of Council of Europe’s Director General for Democracy, Ms Snežana Samardžić‑Marković. More information about these events can be found here
INSCHOOL Project’s contribution to UNESCO’s Global Education Monitoring Report
As part of UNESCO’s efforts toward achieving the Sustainable Development Goal on education (SDG4), the Global Education Monitoring Report (GEM Report) is published annually to monitor the progress made in education area and the implementation of national and international strategies to help hold relevant partners to account for their commitments.
As part of the #AllmeansALL: voices from Romania video promoting the GEM Report, the INSCHOOL project of the EU & CoE was invited to present the issues Roma children face in education, discuss the structural barriers to inclusion, but also share what is being done within the Project to foster inclusion and promote quality education for all children. Our experts, Ms Aurora Ailincai – Deputy Head of Division of the Roma and Travellers Team, Gelu Duminica – INSCHOOL Project Coordinator for Romania as well as Mr George Lili Berceanu – the Principal of Contesti Gimnazial School, along with a student from Contesti School provided insights into our efforts. See the video produced by UNESCO to learn more about our values and work.