- To promote change in school culture to enable people to live, work and learn together equitably and peacefully, without fear of discrimination or bullying;
- To deepen educators’ knowledge and understanding of inclusive education policy, practice and culture;
- To influence policy change at school, local, regional and national levels;
- To contribute, through promoting a sense of belonging and the common values of respect, freedom, democracy and equality, to the decrease of radicalization.
- National focus groups with school leaders, teachers and student teachers in relation to inclusive education and inclusive pedagogies;
- An international trainers’ event to allow participants to familiarize with the materials of the project and tailor them for their contexts;
- Face-to-face courses for school leaders and teachers focused on changing culture and school practices, supporting the introduction of inclusive policies;
- Piloting training courses for student/newly qualified teachers to collect feedback on the training courses developed.
- Face-to-face course material for the professional development in inclusive education of school leaders.
- Face-to-face course material for teachers to provide them with knowledge and tools to build a more inclusive school community.
- A Mass Open Online Course (MOOC) for students and newly qualified teachers.
- An international pool of 12 trainers, who will act as multipliers, equipped to deliver CPD courses to school leaders and teachers;
- 130 school leaders with the knowledge and confidence to lead the implementation of inclusive education in their school;
- 120 teachers with the knowledge and confidence to embed inclusive pedagogies in their classrooms;
- Indirect engagement of 10,000 learners, through changes to policy and practice in their schools;
- 12 school leaders and teachers able to act as role models for their peers, and to influence policy makers both locally and nationally.