Project manager - Sergiy Vasin (NGO «Rearesurs»)
The goal of the project - to organize the resource center to support visually impaired children and provide information and consultation for their parents and teachers.
to collect information about the problems visually impaired children face at mainstream schools
to study the normative documents on the problem
to collect the information and experience (success stories) of NGO that works with visually impaired children
to define the main type of consultancy the Resource center will be ably provide
to print information booklets and literature by Braille type
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Project manager — Volodymyr Ivanov (NGO Center for Business Technologies Development)
The goal of the project — to support further development of inclusive education in Ukraine through partnership and Internet technologies
Project manager- Georgiy Kasianov
The goal of the project - to create organizational, infrastructural and institutional preconditions for policy analysis embedding into Ukrainian education
The President and government of Ukraine together with the International Renaissance Foundation (IRF) have set up Strategic Advisory Groups (SAG). This joint initiative of the country’s leadership and IRF founder George Soros is aimed at attracting highly skilled Ukrainian and international experts to consult the government on strategic approaches to reform, optimal use of international assistance, consolidation of donor policies to assist reforms in Ukraine, and addressing current issues.
The goal of the Strategy Advisory Group (Education) is to develop the Road map of reforms in Education.
Project manager - Georgiy Kasianov
Project coordinator - Olena Zaplotynska
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The goal of the project is to consolidate expertise of the Regional Seminar of Excellence in Teaching at the Universities of the region
Time frame: January 2014 - November 2014
The following events were organized::
In Kyiv – two days seminar ‘Magistra vitae? History by Request. Use and Misuse of History Curriculum in the Post-Soviet Countries’ (was orhanized in June- July 2014 in Kyiv). The presentations included:
In Kharkiv: two day seminar ‘Lieux de (Non)Mémoire: Memory, Forgetting and History Mapping in the Post-Communist World’ was organized in Kharkiv, in April 2014. The seminar was devoted to different representations of the politics of memory with special emphasis on the sites of memory. The seminar also became a venue for presentations of the preliminary results of several international projects undertaken by ReSET alumni (I. Sklokina – A. Lastouski – R. Khandozhko on Soviet politics of memory in Grodno, Kharkiv and Rostov, A. Felcher on the memory of vanished ethnic groups in the East-European cities).
In Yerevan: two days seminar was organized in September, 2014: ‘National Narrative, Academic Research and the Politics of Memory: Use and Misuse of History in the Post-Communist Space’ The event will be devoted to the problems of the dominance of the national narratives in the post-Communist states and to the attempts to go beyond standard master-narrative in research and teaching. Participants presented their findings/publications that confront their ‘native’ dominant master-narrative schemes reflected in research and curricula.
In Moscow: two days seminar and follow up workshop: ‘Teaching Controversial Topics of History of the 20th Century. Soviet History Explained and Interpreted’ was planned for November 2014.
The seminar in Moscow was cancelled due to the deterioration of Ukraine-Russia relations.
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