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Launch of the eLeSI e-learning training programme

Postáilte ag Claudia Delgadillo 4 years 10 months ó shin

Dé hAoine 18 Meán Fómhair 2015
Paris
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INVITATION

Friday 18 September 2015 at UNESCO's House (Room XI)

9h15-16h30

The eLeSI partners are honoured to invite you to the conference"Handicap, Knowledge and ICT on the occasion of the launch of the training programme "eLeSI: e-learning for Social Inclusion". E-learning for teachers, families, carers  and practitionners working with people with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders and/or mental health problems.

With the participation of: A. Prevos (FIRAH, CHFE), a representative of the Inclusive Education Programme of the UNESCO, J. Schovanec (philosopher with asperger syndrome), S. Inculescu (Inclusion Europe) and all the partners of the eLeSI project

This project has been funded with support of the European Commission. It benefits from the support of the Education Sector of UNESCO.

N.B. Registration required to participate (send an e-mail)

Máthairtheanga:
Cineál imeachta: 
Comhdháil
Táille tinrimh: 
Ní hea
Sprioc-am clárúcháin: 
05/09/2015
Imeacht ar líne: 
Ní hea
Arna eagrú ag: 
Fondation des Amis de l'Atelier (manager of the eLeSI project)
Sonraí teagmhála: 
Claudia Delgadillo elesi@amisdelatelier.org +33164864119
Uimh. thionscadail AE: 
539375-LLP-1-2013-1-FR-GRUNDTVIG-GMP
Líon na dtoscairí: 
100 - 200
Spriocghrúpa: 
Líonraí & eagraíochtaí foghlama aosaí
Tionscadail & comhpháirtíochtaí
Lucht déanta beartas
Aidhmeanna agus cuspóirí: 
Present the training, contribute to the reflection on the rights of people with disabilities (UN Convention)
Torthaí foghlama ionchais: 
Improve knowledge and know-how about intellectual disability, autism Spectrum disorders and mental health problems. Enhance social inclusion of people with such disabilities.
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