Inclusive Mobility Research Findings

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An Inclusive Mobility Webinar ‘Making mobility programmes more inclusive for students with disabilities’ takes place on 9th November 2020 from 13.00 – 14.30.

The webinar is part of the two-year Erasmus+ funded EPFIME project coordinated by SIHO and the Flemish Ministry of Education and Training, with Irish-based partners. AHEAD and the IUA.

Many in Higher Education contributed last year through the ‘Inclusive Mobility Survey’, focusing specifically on the mobility of students with disabilities. The online surveys gathered 1,134 responses from students with disabilities, 114 higher education institutions and 23 ministries of Education across the EHEA.

During the webinar, there will be the opportunity to learn about the research findings on inclusive mobility of students with disabilities in the European Higher Education Area – the barriers and enablers – as well as discover policy recommendations and good practices identified through the research.

Register here for the webinar.

Livestreaming available on the Youtube Channel of the Support Centre Inclusive Higher Education.

Guest speakers for this event will be:

  • Els Titeca, Counselor on Higher Education, Internationalisation and Europe, Cabinet of minister Ben Weyts, Flemish Minister of Education, Sports, Animal Welfare and the Flemish Periphery of Brussels
  • Harpa Sif-Arnarsdóttir, Policy Officer, European Commission, DG EAC
  • Dominique Montagnese, Inclusive Mobility Expert, Support Centre Inclusive Higher Education (SIHO)
  • Valérie Van Hees, Coordinator, Support Centre Inclusive Higher Education (SIHO), project Manager EPFIME project

The event will be moderated by Magalie Soenen, Policy Officer at the Flemish Ministry of Education and Training and projector coordinator EPFIME.

International sign language interpretation and live captioning (EN) will be provided. is Ireland’s largest independent for courses in Ireland. We list full-time and part-time courses of all types so that you can find the best course for you.

Gemma Creagh

Graduate Certificate in Public Policy at DCU
Science Week: How Science Can Improve Our Lives


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