International conference: Quality education for everyone

The international conference about inclusive education, “Quality education for everyone” takes place on Friday and Saturday 2nd  – 3rd  of June 2017 at the Clam – Gallas Palace as part of the World Roma festival Khamoro 2017 which is being organized by an NGO Slovo 21, Studio Production Saga company. The international conference will be held under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic and the European Commissioner for justice, consumers and gender equality, Věra Jourová.

The aim of the conference is to introduce good practices, visions and strategies of the most currently discussed topic which is inclusive education. Furthermore, the aim is to provide not only to the head of school staff but also to the future pedagogues as well as to the general public for whom the conference is open, with a practical sample of the meaning of inclusive education and its implementation at the Czech schools as well as at schools abroad. The Education Act amendment has the biggest impact on the quality education of Roma children and students.

The first day is dedicated to the visions, methods and forms of work and other aspects of inclusive education, especially in the Czech Republic. The inputs of individual experts among which are Mgr. Marie Gottfriedová, the Trmice primary school principal, Mgr. Jan Korda, the primary school Lyčkovo náměstí principal, PaeDr. Eva Váňová, the director of an Authorized Training Center of prof. Feuerstein’s method and the co-founder of Charlie Karlín will be intersperse with the discussions on the given topic together with the audience of the conference.

Saturday, the 3rd of June will be held under the theme of inclusion in the pan – European and North American context. The second day will be opened by the European Commissioner Věra Jourová and international experts such as Beáta Oláhová, MBA, Grant Project Program Manager of Roma Education Fund, Jody Carr, MLA, former Minister of Education of New Brunswick and the current elected provincial representative of New Brunswick, Marija Hirvonen, Ph.D, Principal lecturer in Special Needs Education from JAMK University of Applied Sciences.

 Ad hoc Committee of Experts on Roma and Traveller Issues (CAHROM) will also participate at the conference together with other experts from USA, Finland, Norway, Spain and Canada.

For more information and the complete conference program please visit the following websites ,

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