A total of 49 projects addressing some quite specific needs and priorities on how to achieve better educative inclusion are now being implemented in 49 pilot schools from the South East Europe (SEE) region. The summary of each and every one of these 49 projects has now been made available online as a resource for inspiring and supporting similar actions and initiatives in the future. They can be found here.
Schools from the SEE region receive grants of up to €9,500, starting from this October (2014), as a direct support from the Joint European Union (EU) and Council of Europe (CoE) Project “Regional Support for Inclusive Education” in SEE. The project proposals for these grants were prepared by specially formed school teams including teachers, parents, students and members of the local communities.
The projects supported by the grants mostly include training and workshops for teachers, pupils and parents; campaigns for raising awareness about the values of inclusion; capacity building seminars and equipment purchase towards creating the school environments needed for greater inclusion of all children in the education process.