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There will be many workshops at the World Congress of Inclusion International.
There are workshops about how disabled people live in other countries.
Others give you practical advice about how to make use of your rights in every day life.
Workshops at the World Congress of Inclusion International will allow participants to gather in small groups and gain practical experience. The topics of workshops will reflect the diversity of participants. They will reach from experiences of living with disabilities in countries such as Gambia and Malaysia to practical advice on how people with intellectual disabilities can be supported in starting their own business. So far, more than 1,300 people have applied to participate in the World Congress.
The program of the World Congress in Berlin, in June will be divided into different sessions. Apart from plenary and focus sessions, workshops are meant to give participants practical knowledge in different areas of interest and to learn from each other. Participants are free to choose from a variety of workshops conducted by speakers from all over the world.
Some workshops concern the every day life of disabled people. For instance, how their families can create support networks. Other workshops will look into the future and will try to analyze the prospective life of disabled people in the coming decades and in what way future outcomes can be influenced today. Moreover, workshops want participants to exchange their disability related experiences from all over the world. What are the challenges of legal capacity in India? How is inclusive education approached in different parts of the world?
If you are interested in sharing your knowledge and experience and in becoming part of this unique event you can register here
Since places are filling fast, people interested in participating in the Congress should register soon!
You can also post questions and particpate in discussions in English, German, Spanish and French on the World Congress Event Page on Facebook. To access the page, please click here .