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Funded by the European Union.

Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.

IHES Target Groups

The project is addressed to:
  • University students of careers related to social sciences, economics, education, sports, humanities and law.
  • University students with intellectual disabilities.
  • University faculty.
  • University rectors and policymakers in the field of Higher Education.

They are involved in the project activities to develop methods and tools to address intellectual disabilities issues in the higher education community.

IHES Outputs

welcome1

Online Training Programme

  • On inclusion and independent living within the University for people with intellectual disabilities.
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welcome2

Digital Handbook

  • On model and strategies to promote Inclusion and Independent Living within the University for students with intellectual disabilities.
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welcome3

Recommendations

  • For the higher education sector (decision-makers and policymakers) on how to build a more inclusive university system.
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IHES Partnership

Latest News

Digital Handbook for Independent Living of Students with Intellectual Disabilities

03/11/2023

Digital Handbook for Independent Living of Students with Intellectual Disabilities

The digital handbook covers the following topics: how to facilitate access to different university services for students with intellectual disabilities; how to improve socialisation in the university environment; how to support the learning process of students with intellectual disabilities; how to improve employability.


Fourth Partners' Meeting, Seville (PT), 21 September 2023

25/09/2023

Fourth Partners' Meeting, Seville (PT), 21 September 2023

The fourth partners' meeting took place in Seville (IT) on 21- 22 September 2023 and the main discussed topics have been:

  • Analysis of the piloting of the Online Training Course
  • Planning of the finalisation of the Digital Handbook
  • Discussion on the creation of the Recommendation book


Delphi Panel for the Digital Handbook

01/05/2023

Delphi Panel for the Digital Handbook

IHES project partners are currently involving lecturers in the second round of the Delphi Panel related to the collection of data for the production of the Digital Handbook. If you're interested in participating in the second round, please contact the project partners.


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