Inclusion

Inclusion refers to full and effective participation of all persons in society (Article 3 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities) as a fundamental human right.

Inclusive education happens when people with and without disabilities learn together. Research shows that young people with disabilities, learning difficulties and those experiencing social exclusion and discrimination are underrepresented in international youth exchange. We want to tackle this situation by making all of our projects as easily accessible as possible for everyone.