The intersectional approach: a pathway towards inclusive education


18 April 2024


17:00 - 19:00
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The intersectional approach is an analytical tool that recognizes that systemic inequalities are configured by the overlapping of different factors such as gender, origin and socio-economic background.

Adopting an intersectional perspective in education means including the views of all members of the school community, responding to their experiences and needs, and creating a more inclusive learning environment.

Would you like to learn more about intersectionality in the educational practice?

Join free the In&In Education‘s event, The intersectional approach: a pathway towards inclusive education” to be held on Thursday April 18th, 2024, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m at CESIE, via Roma 94, Palermo.

The event is directed to teachers, educators, parents/tutors, NGOs working in the field of inclusion, as well as civil society representatives interested in the issue.

Registration form here.


17.00-17.10 |INTRO: Welcome and introduction of CESIE’s organisation.

17.10-17.30 |Presentation of the results of the In&In Education project, with a preview of the online training course on educational inclusion of students with migrant origin from an intersectional approach.

17.30-17.40 |Introduction to the intersectional approach in educational practices to contrast school dropout and early school leaving.

17.40-17.50|Inclusive practices in school education: testimonies from project participants.

17.50-18.00 |The experience of the Enable project.

18.00-18.10 |Coffee break.

18.10-18.30|Video “Testimonies of women and men with migrant backgrounds” and reflection on the role of education as a key to social inclusion.  

18.30-18.45|Q&A with the participants.


About In&In Education

In&In Education is co-financed by the Erasmus+ Cooperation partnerships in school education.

The project aims at promoting the educational and social inclusion of students with migrant background in Spain, Italy and Greece, through an intersectional approach, addressing their specific needs to improve their school performance and social inclusion.


For further information

Read about In&In Education and visit the website.

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