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Equal access to education for all!

Updated: Nov 9, 2023

The Brusinka Multicultural Center is now implementing step by step the project, aimed to renovate our learning spaces to meet the needs and requirements for inclusion and integration of children with learning disabilities. We plan to combine the creation of a welcoming, supportive learning environment and technology with sensory-friendly design tailored to the specific needs and preferences of students with learning disabilities.

The project is aimed at creating adapted, multifunctional and socially integrated learning spaces, which potentially facilitate the integration and adaptation of students of the Multicultural Center with ASD, ADD, ADHD, psychological and other health, personal and learning problems. In 2023, we also started offering programs for children's homes, which help children with social adaptation, integration, as well as the development of creative thinking and potential.

The inclusive approach to the reorganization of the educational environment chosen for the project is aimed at using the Center's space in a creative and flexible way to provide an effective model for the integration and inclusion of people with learning difficulties. We know that there are also invisible disabilities that make everyday life difficult for people. Invisible Disability is an umbrella term that captures the entire spectrum of hidden handicaps and health or mental problems that are not obvious at first glance, including chronic fatigue syndrome and sleep disorders. According to a WHO survey, up to 74% of all disabilities belong to the category of invisible disabilities. It is estimated that more than 20% of people have a medical condition that can be considered a type of invisible disability.

Life is full of stress, especially in recent times due to the coronavirus epidemic, wars and the difficult economic situation. It often happens that our emotions are blocked and this interferes with life, and we always see this when working with our students. People often do not even understand this and attribute their problems to lack of knowledge, lack of focus and poor skills. But invisible handicaps can negatively affect academic results, employment, disrupt a person's career and relationships. In fact, motivation and confidence often depend on the places we go and the people we interact with.

The goal of the project "Equal access to education for all!" is to facilitate the integration and adaptation of people with specific educational needs. It focuses on creating an inclusive learning environment that promotes student well-being and community engagement. It is a civic initiative that can bring positive changes to the education system. We believe that improving the learning environment is key to developing students' skills and knowledge and to supporting their personal and cognitive growth by solving internal blocks.

A project to improve the learning environment can have a long-term positive impact on students and the entire community. It is important to get the support of all stakeholders and work together to achieve a better learning environment for all.

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