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Inclusive Education Practices in Georgia

Georgia introduced inclusive education into its general education system in the year 2006. As a result, there are now 2100 schools out of which over 1000 general education institutions are engaged in inclusive education.

THE PUBLIC WAS INFORMED ABOUT THE ACTIVITIES OF CNC

Within the framework of advocacy campaign on activities of the Caucasus Network for Children (CNC) in July 2016, series of meetings were organized in Baku by members of the Azerbaijan Children Union (ACU).

“THE GOVERNMENT IS INTERESTED WITH APPLICATION OF INCLUSIVENESS IN EDUCATION”

Our interviewer - an expert in the field of social work, Elmir Valehli, is a graduate of the Faculty of Social Work from Azerbaijan University, Head of the Division on health policy and reforms of the Public Health and Reforms Center under Ministry of Health of the Republic of Azerbaijan. E. Valehli directly participated in realization of several local and international projects as coordinator, trainer and expert.

SECRET OF MY VICTORY

Success story of Orkhan Aliyev

TRAINING ON INCLUSION FOR FUTURE JOURNALISTS

Azerbaijan Journalists` Network and Educational Center for Youth under the Azerbaijan Press Council are implementing project Journalistic school - "MediaMən" ("MeMedia").

IMPLEMENTATION OF INCLUSIVE METHODS IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

Conference on “Development and Strengthening of Vocational Education and Training in Azerbaijan” were organized with participation of Ministry of Education of Azerbaijan and The Foundation Rogaland Training and Education Center. 
 

Scheduled board meeting and training for communication officers of CNC

The scheduled board meeting and practical training for communication officers of CNC (Caucasus Network for Children)  took place in Tbilisi on March 18-19.

THE PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS ARE NOT OBSTACLES FOR THE SUCCESSFUL CAREER

The official ceremony for closing “Let’s challenge the limits” project as well as the first exhibition in Azerbaijan “Careers without restrictions” have been taken place in Baku. The exhibition was held under the motto of “The physical limits are not an obstacle for a successful career”.

Armenian Inclusive education program gets globally awarded

The Zero Project has selected “Towards inclusive education in Armenia” as one of the most outstanding innovative policies and practices in inclusive education.

Together against drop-out of education because of poverty

Georgian NGOs “Regional Development Society– Scholarship Fund” and Civic Development Institute (CDI) presented their program aiming at fighting the drop-out of education for reasons of poverty on December 25th.

CNC General Assembly reviews its work in 2015

At its fourth General Assembly CNC members discussed their activities in the field of inclusive education in 2015.

Child rights in European law - New handbook published

On the occasion of Universal Children's Day (20, November), a handbook on European law relating to the rights of the child was launched by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), the Council of Europe, and the European Court of Human Rights.

The workshop “How to reduce impact of poverty on education” in Borjomi, Georgia

The workshop “How to reduce impact of poverty on education”  was held in Borjomi  on the dates November 13, 14. The workshop was organized in the frames of “Caucasus Network for Children” (CNC) advocacy program by Civic Development Institute.

New research report on education transition for children with disabilities in Armenia

Bridge of Hope, one of the member organizations of the Caucasus Network for Children, published a research report on Education transition for children with disabilities in Armenia.

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The “Bridge of Hope” theatre troupe presented its new performance

The “Bridge of Hope” theatre troupe recently presented its new performance in Yerevan and Tavush Marz. 

ORRAN ANNUAL FOUNDRAISING DINNER

On October 8, 2015, Orran, one of the member organizations of the Caucasus Network for Children (CNC), held its 10th annual fundraising dinner at the Marriott Armenia hotel. 

"SPORT FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES" CHESS SESSION WITH LEVON ARONYAN

It’s already the sixth time that “Bridge of Hope”, a member organization of the Caucasus Network for Children (CNC), organized an event jointly with the international organization “Mission East”, based on the financial backup of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.

INTRODUCING NEW STAGE OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PRACTICE IN ARMENIA

New style of cooperation between Government and NGO sector:  Minister of Education and Science and “Bridge of Hope”, a member of the CNC Network, have invited the Minister’s Steering Committee Meeting to a conference titled “Importance of turning to universal inclusive education in mainstream education sector”. 

CAUCASUS REGIONAL CONFERENCE

The regional conference “Inclusive Education – Education for All” took place in Dilijan (Armenia) on May 11 in the frame of project “CHILD: Community Helping Inclusive Development and Learning”, funded by Austrian Development Agency and OSIAF ESP.

Inclusive Education Training

Inclusive Education was the focus of a CNC training seminar in Vienna from November 15 to 18.

Award to CNC member Bridge of Hope

CNC is pleased to announce that one of its members, "Bridge of Hope" (Armenia) in the face of its leader Susanna Tadevosyan has been selected as one of the two winners (the other winner is from Canada) of: UNESCO Emir Jaber al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah International Prize for contribution in promotion of inclusive quality education for persons with disabilities.

Welcome to the
Caucasus Network for Children

"All children in the Caucasus region have equal access to inclusive education" – This is the vision of the Caucasus Network for Children (CNC). The Network was launched in January 2013 and consists of 15 partner organizations at the moment.

The Caucasus Network for Children brings together civil society organizations working with vulnerable children in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and the North Caucasus region of the Russian Federation (Republic of Ingushetia, Republic of North-Ossetia, Republic of Chechnya).

 

Together for the Rights of Children

The aim of the Network is to advance and safeguard the rights of children from vulnerable groups and their inclusion into education and the life of the community. The CNC member organizations support vulnerable children in a variety of ways from supporting access to education, to providing extracurricular activities, to trainings for income-generation skills. They are open to cooperation with different local and international partners such as local governments, international donors and local businesses.