The Project Active inclusion is among 86 innovative practices in the world

Open the Windows and EHO association Project from Novi Sad was printed in this year's edition of the Zero Project report and was listed among 86 innovative projects in the field of inclusion, information, and communication technologies in education.

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The Active inclusion project, funded by Diakonie Austria, enabled six primary schools from Novi Sad to obtain assistive devices and software. The teachers received training and had the opportunity to share experiences with Macedonian colleagues on a study visit.

The Zero Project started in 2012 and continues to expand its network of associates, which now consists more than three thousand disability experts from more than 150 countries worldwide.

The project focuses on the rights of persons with disabilities globally and provides a platform to share more innovative and effective solutions to the problems faced by persons with disabilities. The goal of the project is to help create a world without barriers.

Every year the project researches a specific topic and publishes a report, the research results are the main topic of the annual conference. This year the project researched inclusive education and ICT. The conference will take place on February 10-12 in Vienna. Everyone who is interested in the conference can go the link for livestream.