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Equal rights and equal opportunities in academic settings

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EQUAL RIGHTS AND EQUAL
OPPORTUNITIES IN ACADEMIC
SETTINGS
International workshop
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Organizer
Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Support Centre for Visually Impaired Students
in co-operation with
FEDORA - Forum European de l'Orientation AcadГ©mique
UNICA - Network of universities from the capitals of Europe
with patronate of
Minister of education of the Slovak Republic
Mr Martin FRONC
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Place / Time
When:
September 29th - October 1st, 2005
Where:
Hotel PANORГЃMA Е trbskГ© Pleso
The High Tatras, Slovak Republic
Supported by
Ministry of Education of SR
Open Society Foundation
British Council
PrvГЎ stavebnГЎ sporitelЕ€a, a.s.
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Participation
Participants
- disability officers
- representatives of HE institutions
- representatives of organisations of/ for people
with disabilities
- students with disabilities
Participating countries
Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia,
Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Latvia,
Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Russia, Slovak Republic,
Slovenia, Sweden and Great Britain
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Why
- radical changes in CEE countries - in the society
and in the system of education
- movement to the democratic and human society
- changes in legislation, that redound to approximation
and compatibility within the frame of the European
educational environment
- lack of contacts and co-operation
- lack of information
- predominance of local/ project's activities over the
system solutions
- real attention deficiency to the equal opportunity issues
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Goals
 To specify the main tasks and responsibilities of
disability co-ordinators.
 To discuss and judge the minimal standards for
accessible education provisions for students with
disabilities.
 To support involment of students with disabilities
into the international student exchange
programmes. HEAG - an information source for
international exchange.
 To call attention of HE institutions to its
responsibility for accessible education provision.
 To promote dialogue and networking regionally
between experts from CEE and new and old EU
countries.
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Long Term Goals
 Co-operation in continuous development and
evaluation of basic standards applied to assure the
accessibility to education in academic settings
within the European countries.
 To influence the public awareness – mainly in
academic community as for the rights of students
with disabilities and initiation of the real changes
(including legislation changes) in participating
countries.
 To contribute to a more tolerant and inclusive
society by involvement of students with disabilities
themselves in this process and by strengthening of
competencies and knowledge of disability coordinators.
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Program 1
1st day
Equal opportunities, personal fullfillness and
partnership - the institutional and the
inidividual responsibilty in a democratic world
Opening speach by Joachim Klaus, University Karlsruhe,
Germany/ FEDORA
1. Laws and rights - international and national
legal background
Alan HURST, UCL Preston, UK/ FEDORA
Monika Svalfors, Stocholm University, Sweden/ UNICA
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Program 2a
2nd day
2. Mission of Higher Educational Institution in supporting students
with disabilities
a) Inclusion into Higher Education - a legal, structural and
organisational model to integrate students with
disabilities (Institutional aspect)
Joachim Klaus, University Karlsruhe, Germany/ FEDORA
Pawel Wdowik, Warsaw University, Poland/ UNICA
Elena Berus, Novosibirsk State University, Russia
Lelia Kis-Glavas, University of Zagreb, Croatia
b) The role of IT in education of students with disabilities
Petr Penaz, Masaryk University Brno, CZ
Dusan Simsik, Technical University Kosice, SK
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Program 2b
c) Equal opportunities – equal requirements
(Individual aspect)
Francois Lebas, Bordeaux, France/ FEDORA
Elena Mendelova, Comenius University Bratislava, SK
d) The Role of Disability Officers: A Developing
Profession in a Changing Context
Alan Hurst, UCL, Preston, UK/ FEDORA
Monika Svalfors, Stockholm University, Sweden/ UNICA
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Program 3
3rd day
3. Equal opportunities in international students
exchange programmes, HEAG: a tool to
enhance international mobility for students
with disabilities
Gaspar Haenecaert, Flemish Centre of Expertise for
Handicap and Higher Education, Belgium
Workshop conclusions and recommendations,
task for the future, future project suggestions...
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Thank you for your patience
and attention !
Elena Mendelova
Comenius University Bratislava
Support Centre for Visually Impaired Students
Mlynska dolina, 842 48 Bratislava
Slovak Republic
tel./ fax: +421-2-65424862
e-mail: mendelova@fmph.uniba.sk
http://cezap-www.fmph.uniba.sk
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