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jeudi, juillet 13, 2023

iRead4Skills Invited to Inclusion4Schools Conference

The iRead4Skills project was invited to participate in the Inclusion4Schools International Conference. The invitation, extended by the Inclusion4Schools H2020 project, highlights the significance of the iRead4Skills initiative and offers an opportunity to engage with experts, policymakers, and practitioners from across Europe.

The conference is scheduled for the 28th and 29th of November 2023 and aims to bring together a diverse range of stakeholders, including researchers, civil society organizations, journalists, and policymakers. The primary objective is to discuss the challenges and opportunities of education in combating inequalities and to present successful strategies and best practices from various projects.

The Inclusion4Schools International Conference will be held at the CEU Auditórium in Budapest, Hungary. The importance of science, policies, and inclusive practices in reversing educational inequalities is emphasized. The conference will explore a wide range of themes, including school-community partnerships, educational rights, transformative practices, and common spaces for learning.

The iRead4Skills team see this opportunity as a platform to share experiences, learn from other projects, and collaborate with like-minded individuals and organizations passionate about inclusive education. The invitation to the Inclusion4Schools International Conference serves as recognition of the project’s significant contributions to the field.

For further information about the conference, including the registration process and event details, interested individuals are encouraged to visit the conference website at https://inclusion4schools.eu/events/inclusion4schools-international-conference-2023/

Disclaimer: Le point de vue et les opinions exprimés proviennent des auteurs uniquement et ne reflètent pas nécessairement ceux de l’Union européenne ou de l’Agence exécutive européenne de la recherche. Ni l’Union européenne ni l’autorité d’octroi ne peuvent en être tenues responsables.

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