ICLife

Inclusive universities for people with intellectual disabilities

Until now, people with intellectual disabilities have been practically absent from universities, depriving both them and regular students from valuable learning opportunities. The ICLife project aims to address this problem and help make universities more inclusive.
In the framework of the project, a concept to foster the inclusion of young adults with intellectual disabilities at universities is being developed and deployed at four universities in Europe.
People with intellectual disabilities will be able to take courses according to their interests, and will also be involved in teaching activities as “experts on their own lives” (for example, teaching students studying social work).
Training materials on “How to make your campus more inclusive” will be made available online and disseminated throughout Europe. 

 

Read our articles on the ICLife project 

Join the final event on 27-28 November in Brussels

Project website

Implementation Period 2016 – 2019 
Financed by European Commission (Erasmus+ project) 
Project Coordinator Thomas More 
Project partners Hogeschool Utrecht
Inclusion Europe
Lapin AMK
Palacký University Olomouc 

Read more about the outcomes on the website of the ICLife project 

ICLife is about making universities more inclusive

for people with intellectual disabilities.

 

For this project

people with intellectual disabilities

went to 4 universities in Europe.

 

There they studied things they like,

or they taught courses

on what it means

to have an intellectual disability.

 

During this project

we also developed some rules

on how to make universities

more inclusive.

The project started in 2016,

and it is still going on.

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