Based on the Memorandum of Understanding signed by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research and APSCF, and with the purpose of strengthening the capacity of the education specialists, APSCF is organising activities promoting good practices for implementing the educational inclusion.
The National Conference “Development of inclusive education in the Republic of Moldova – current results and future priorities” was organized on December 10, 2019 in Chisinau, by APSCF in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF Moldova), in the context of the implementation of the Program for the development of inclusive education in the Republic of Moldova for the years 2011-2020.
The event contributed to strengthening the decision-makers’ efforts regarding the inclusion of children, students and SEN students in all educational institutions in the Republic of Moldova. The conference brought together more than 200 participants: representatives of central and local public authorities, civil society, development partners, representatives of the academic environment, national and international experts, parents, teachers.
The National Conference “Ensuring the Right to Education for Children with Disabilities”, organized on December 5th by APSCF in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research and UNICEF Moldova in the context of the implementation of the Inclusive Education Development Program in the Republic of Moldova for 2011-2020. The conference brought together over 250 participants and aimed at strengthening the commitment of all actors involved in ensuring the continued development of inclusive education according to internationally ratified documents. The event helped to raise awareness of the inclusion of children, pupils and students with disabilities in all educational institutions in the Republic of Moldova.
The Teachers’ Forum ‘Good practices and perspectives in implementing the inclusive education’, Chisinau 16-17 November, organised by APSCF in partnership with the Ministry of Education and the Republican Center for Psychosocial Assistance (CRAP). During the event, representatives and psycho-pedagogical assistance services, teachers and managers of educational institutions, parents, together with representatives of APSCF member organizations, assessed the impact of policies targeting the inclusive education from the teachers’ perspective.
The objectives of this event were: identifying the problems / challenges faced by teachers when developing and promoting inclusive education; identifying the teachers’ needs when guaranteeing access to fair, inclusive and quality education; developing recommendations to address the identified problems and needs; facilitating the partnerships between public institutions and civil society for monitoring child and family rights. More details about the Forum here.
During the first day took place the Gala of Inclusive Education and the award ceremony for ‘Alexandra Grajdian” trophy for CURAJ and INNOVATION in the implementation of inclusive education’.