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last updated in May 2015
You will find information on inclusive education in Germany here, a focus is placed on school education – legal framework, principles, recent developments - an international perspective
The document presents some of Eurostat’s most interesting data on children and young
people in the European Union. It gives an insight into the past, current and future situation of young citizens, ranging from attending school and participating in sport and leisure activities, health,participation in the digital world, to leaving the parental home and entering the [...]
The report presents baseline research carried out in 26 industrialised countries that have signed the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. The implementation of Child Rights Education (CRE) in curricula and teacher education was probed owing to e.g. an online survey and literature review, as well as case studies from schools in seven countries (including Germany).
This report was compiled on behalf of the European Commission, collecting data from EUROSTAT, EURYDICE, EUROSTUDENT, to document the state of the Bologna Process on the occasion of the Bologna ministerial conference held in Armenia in May 2015.
The 16th annual report by Save the Children“ focuses on mothers, their health situation, child mortality rates, education, and women income and political participation in 179 countrie.
The article reports on a survey by the Higher Education Rectors Conference in Germany, indicating that a series of support measures are avialable to refugees, e.g. psycho-social, legal counelling and funding.