ECHO present: What is necessary for minoritized communities of students and their families to exercise their opportunities in society and in education?; Who are minoritized students in the Dutch context?; What initiatives are being funded and supported by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science promoting diversity and inclusion in education? At the end of the presentation a dialogue was facilitated on the need to embed inclusion in education and intentionally inviting diverse perspectives into the conversation so as to better ensure conditions to making ALL students’ right to higher education more impactful and meaningful.
InclusiPHE – Inclusive Engagement of Non-Traditional Students in Professional Higher Edu cation
Project ref: 2020-1-ES01-KA203-083113
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