By Mihaela Zatreanu

The importance of Romani language learning and teaching for a more inclusive education for all

This article aims to describe the importance of Romani as mother tongue in shaping the cultural and personal identity of Roma students and its crucial role in child’s overall development, psychological well-being, and self-esteem. It also analyses how cultural and personal identity can influence...

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By Mustafa Jakupov

The pursuit of inclusive education for Roma students: ideals vs reality

20 April 2022 Strasbourg, France

Inclusive education acknowledges the fact that the classroom is filled with diverse learners coming from diverse backgrounds. When inclusion is done well, every student benefits from it. It strengthens the ability of every student to work well with other students, understand and value different...

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Dr.sc. Ljatif Demir, Filozofski fakultet Zagreb, Magisterski studij Romistika

Важноста и значењето на ромската историја во инклузивното образование во анставата за ромските деца

08 April 2022 Strasbourg, France

Образованието на децата Роми низ историјата секогаш се одвивало на јазикот на мнозинското население. Децата Роми од почетокот на нивното образование не се препознаваат по својот јазик кој има свои културни вредности. Со тоа Ромите го губат симболот за нивниот колективен идентитет, знак дека...

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dr.sc. Ljatif Demir, Faculty of Philosophy, Zagreb, Master Studies of Romistics

The importance of Romani history teaching for a more inclusive education of Roma children

07 April 2022 Strasbourg, France

The education of Roma children throughout history has always taken place in the language of the majority population. Roma children, from the beginning of their education, do not distinguish themselves by their language which has its own cultural values. With that, Roma lose the symbol of their...

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Roma and young people in public education – INSCHOOL experience shared at the EESC’s public hearing

06 April 2022 Strasbourg, France

On 05 April 2022, the European Economic and Social Committee's Thematic Study working Group on the Inclusion of Roma organised a virtual public hearing entitled ''Roma children and young people in public education: assessing the situation and the way forward''. The discussion brought together...

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INSCHOOL contribution to OECD’s Policy Forum

01/04/2022 Strasbourg, France

On 17 March 2020, the INSCHOOL project contributed to the discussion at OECD’s Policy Forum focusing on “Measuring and evaluating inclusion in education: developing and applying indicators”. The event was organised by the Strength through Diversity Project of the OECD and aimed to: discus the...

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PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES IN BULGARIA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC, HUNGARY, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA AND THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE EU/COE JOINT PROJECT “INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS: MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR ROMA CHILDREN (INSCHOOL)”

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - CALL FOR TENDERS - EXPERTS FOR THE INSCHOOL PROJECT

08 February 2022 Strasbourg

Answers to the questions related to the call call for tenders for the provision of consultancy services in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Portugal, Romania and the Slovak Republic in the framework of the EU/CoE Joint Project “INSCHOOL” How can we participate in the project? Can I have a...

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By Calin Rus, Director, Intercultural Institute, Timisoara, Romania

Doing harm with good intentions for Roma children

12/01/2022 Strasbourg, France

The purpose of the paper is to draw the attention of readers of some risks that can be encountered when trying to do the “right thing” and in the efforts of improving the education of Roma children and does not intend to place blame on anyone. Based on several theories developed and tested with...

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PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES IN BULGARIA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC, HUNGARY, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA AND THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE EU/COE JOINT PROJECT “INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS: MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR ROMA CHILDREN (INSCHOOL)”

CALL FOR TENDERS - EXPERTS FOR THE INSCHOOL PROJECT

13 December 2021 Strasbourg, France

The European Commission (EC) and Council of Europe (CoE) Joint Project “Inclusive Schools: Making a Difference for Roma Children (INSCHOOL)” aims at supporting the design and implementation of national inclusive education policies in the Czech Republic, Romania and the Slovak Republic and...

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COVID-19 Pandemic and the Promotion of Inclusive Education

20 Oct 2021 Strasbourg, France

This brief text presents some reflections that can be relevant for teachers, school managers and education policymakers. By Calin Rus Director, Intercultural Institute, Timisoara, Romania 1. COVID-19 crisis increased inequalities in access to quality education The COVID-19 pandemic revealed...

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Raslavice Elementary School – recollection of spring/summer activities

15/11/2021 Raslavice, Slovak Republic

In spring 2021, a series of activities focusing on the inspirational story of the Zoltak family, a Roma family from Raslavice, were carried out by Raslavice Elementary School in the Slovak Republic within the framework of the joint EU/CoE project Inclusive Schools: Making a Difference for Roma...

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Teachers and the challenges related to the return to school – EduRoma survey results

08 October 2021 Bratislava, Slovak Republic

In April 2021, eduRoma association conducted a survey in schools in the Slovak Republic with the aim of mapping the needs of teachers to improve the education of Roma students upon their return to school. The 24 teachers who participated in the survey were selected among seven Slovak schools...

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Documentary video about Chitila Secondary School in Romania

Watch the video (in French) Are you curious about how the INSCHOOL project assists the schools? Would you like to know how the Chitila Secondary School implements the inclusive education concept, how it works with its pupils and their parents? The French association Réseau Canopé paid a visit...

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Conclusions of the INSCHOOL Stocktaking Conference 2021

28/06/2021 Online

Within the framework of the joint European Union & Council of Europe Project – Inclusive Schools: Making a Difference for Roma Children (INSCHOOL), a Stocktaking Conference took place on the 28 June 2021 via a videoconference. The participants discussed achievements of the project as well as...

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INSCHOOL grant activity update from Mitocu Dragomirnei School

20/06/2021 Romania

As part of the grant implementation supported by the Joint European Union and Council of Europe INSCHOOL project, throughout the first half of 2021, various activities were implemented at Mitocu Dragomirnei School in Romania. First, a training course for parents and teachers was organised. The...

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INSCHOOL Stocktaking Conference 2021

24/06/2021 Strasbourg, France

Within the framework of the Joint European Union & Council of Europe Project – Inclusive Schools: Making a Difference for Roma Children (INSCHOOL), a Stocktaking Conference will take place on the 28 June 2021 from 14:00 until 16:45 via a videoconference. The Conference will bring together policy...

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“Distance learning for everyone!” The positive impact of the INSCHOOL project-supported activity in the Slovak Republic

14/06/2021 Slovak Republic

As part of the Joint EU&CoE INSCHOOL project implementation in the Slovak Republic, the Stefana Nahalku Primary School with Kindergarten in Liptovská Teplička, has implemented an activity called “Distance learning for everyone!” The activity aimed at ensuring children's access to material and...

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Call for consultancy services for the delivery of INSCHOOL Project Evaluation

07 May 2021 Strasbourg, France

The Council of Europe is currently implementing, until 30 June 2021, a Joint Project of the European Union & Council of Europe “Inclusive Schools Making a Difference for Roma Children” (INSCHOOL) aiming at enhancing social inclusion of Roma by promoting inclusive education and training in...

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“So Keres?” Podcast series in Romania supported by INSCHOOL

03 May 2021 Bucharest, Romania

The first episode of the new podcast “So Keres?” aired on 8 of April 2021, on the occasion of this year’s celebration of International Roma Day. The initiative is supported by the INSCHOOL project and led by the national coordinator for Romania; Gelu Duminica. The main aim of the podcast is to...

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INSCHOOL Training on quality and inclusive education for teachers and education professionals

31 March 2021 Strasbourg

On Thursday, 25 March 2021, the first session of the training course on quality and inclusive education for teachers and education professionals took place online. This opening of the training aimed to familiarise participants with the Council of Europe work in the area of inclusive education,...

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