Education

Carmen Jiménez Recena, 23, is the first Spanish woman with Down Syndrome who went to stay abroad in the context of the Erasmus+ programme.
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Carmen Jiménez Recena is 23 years old.  She is from Spain and she has Down Syndrome.  She is a pharmacy technician.  Pharmacy technicians    assist pharmacists in their work.  Carmen took part in the Erasmus programme  and went to Portugal. 
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570 pupils, almost half of them with special educational needs, learn together at the "Protestant school complex ‘Martinschule’" in Greifswald (Germany). We spoke to Benjamin Skladny, headmaster of the Martinschule since its beginnings.
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The Martinschule is a school in Greifswald, in Germany. In the Martinschule pupils with intellectual disabilities and pupils without disabilities learn together. Benjamin Skladny is the headmaster of the Martinschule. We asked him some questions on how children learn together at his school.
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Locking students away in a different room or restraining them otherwise - at school, this should only be used as a very last resort. The “In safe hands” campaign of our member Enable Scotland raises awareness about the overuse of these methods. Jordan McKenna, who works at Enable Scotland, told us more about the campaign.
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Inclusion Europe’s member Perspektiva, together with the Best Buddies Russia foundation, has organised an exhibition called Here I am! at the Russian Duma (Parliament). The exhibition featured photos, videos, and stories about the lives of people with intellectual disabilities, including how they study, work, make friends, and dream.
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This year Inclusion Europe wants to talk about education. We think that inclusive education is better for students, teachers and parents. Our member Enable Scotland wants all children to feel safe when they go to school. In many schools, children with disabilities are kept away from the other children. Enable Scotland started a campaign to stop this. The campaign is called “In Safe Hands?”. Jordan McKenna works at Enable Scotland. We asked Jordan some questions.
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With our new campaign, we want to raise awareness about ongoing discrimination of students with intellectual disabilities, and get a discussion going on how we can make inclusive education happen everywhere in Europe!
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The final event of the "Inclusive Campus life" project is taking place on 27-28 November in Brussels.
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On 27 and 28 November 2019, there will be the final event for the ICLife project. The final event will be a conference in Brussels.
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