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Social Inclusion

Social Inclusion should be understood as a wide topic, helping to create communites and brining people together with diffrent cultural and social backgrounds, but as well enabling people with mental or physical challenges to fully particpate and experience education, culture and particpate in the society as much as possible.
We include in our work themes as social inclusion in classrooms, access to lanugage and communication, developing trainings in creativity, theatre and other topics but as well the co-creation of policies and making voices of the groups heard, which often do not know how to speak up.

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