Developing services for Individuals with Disabilities [DECIDE].
DECIDE aims to foster the rights of individuals with special needs to access education and enjoy the right of participation in everyday society, to combat discrimination of the individuals with special needs by instilling awareness and acceptance in society as in line with Bologna Process and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Objective of ASPIRE
The objective of the project lay in three strand implementation of a comprehensive sustainable curriculum in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan for following target groups:
- Teacher Trainer Educators and Lecturers (Universities)
- Government & State Employee & Policymakers (Public Administration Educators);
- NGO (Non-university Educators).
Outputs and outcomes of ASPIRE
Training program, constructed from 8 modules (special needs introductory (practical) modules and special needs advanced modules) embed in curricula of universities, public administration institutes and in special needs NGOs to ensure maximum transfer effect to society at large.
The Access Liaison Officer role will be developed and established at each institution to promote disability access
National Special Needs Awareness Day will be established by the nationally strategic Action Groups comprised of universities, public administration institutes, Ministries and NGOs.
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