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Call for participants for the Study Session “Welcome to Education: All Included!”

logo finalWe are happy to open the call for participants for the upcoming Study Session “Welcome to Education: All Included!”, which will take place in Budapest, Hungary, from the 5th to the 12th of March 2017 (including travel days). 

The Study Session will bring together 34 school students from all over Europe and the main aim is to contribute towards more inclusive education, by empowering school students to act for inclusion. Read more »

Integrative Football Tournament – A Seeds for Integration Project by BSV Hagen

bsv-hagen-article-picHagen, Germany. Since several conflicts in the Near East as well as unstable economies, hunger and war have driven masses of people to travel around the globe, in order to reach security and freedom from danger, a large number of refugees arrived in Germany and now live here with us. Since our political system assures access to everyone to good education, schools face big challenges dealing with the current situation. The established structures do help, but the crisis cannot be dealt with if students and teachers don’t take action. Read more »

“Seeds for Integration” is back with a second application round!

Have you heard the good news?
“Seeds for Integration” is back with a second application round!

Wait, you don’t know what we are talking about?
Fine, just listen carefully!

The project Seeds for Integration is based on a very simple idea. We provide funding to secondary school students who care about building an inclusive school environment or national education system for all regardless to ethnicity, nationality, country of origin, or mother tongue. Read more »

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