diversity, integration, social inclusion, minorities

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Inclusive Works undertakes projects, carries out studies and provides consultancy services with the aim of creating more inclusive societies ...

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Children's Stories Competition

The theme of the 2014 children's story competition is 'Grandad, grandma and I... Read more...

Research

We are proud of the quality of our researchers: a mix of masters and PhD graduates with diverse backgrounds, language skills and qualitative and quantitative expertise ...

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Welcome to Inclusive Works

Inclusive Works undertakes projects, carries out studies and provides consultancy services with the aim of creating more inclusive societies in which each individual can participate fully and equally.

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News

Young women outstrip men as Phd researchers

More young women then men are taking a Phd in the Netherlands, according to new figures from the national statistics office CBS. Although men still account for two-thirds of Phds, 58% of Phd candidates aged 25 to 30 are female, the figures show.

Source: Dutch News

 

Winners International Children's Stories Competition 2014

And the winning stories of the International Children's Stores Competition are: ''De grote vijf''  in the 1-3 age category by Bella Makatini from Den Bosch, The Netherlands and ''What can your Grandma do?'' in the 4-6 age category by  Anne Sawan from Medfield, USA!

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Many congratulations to both of you!

 

Fair Signs week: stimulating and letting inclusion happen!

As a company that carries out research and activities that aim to create more inclusive societies, Inclusive Works supported and participated in the Fair Signs week that was held in Trebnitz, Germany from the 21st to the 27th of September 2014. This week was a means to bring youngsters from different countries, with different backgrounds and abilities together and create an inclusive environment in which each person had equal chances of participation.

 

Four groups of youngsters, from Poland, Germany, Romania and The Netherlands, participated. The Polish and German youths, between the ages of 14-17, had impaired hearing, with the Polish group being completely deaf and the German group owning hearing aids and implants through which they could hear partially. The third group, the Romanian youths aged 15-18, live in SOS children’s villages in Bucharest and Sibiu and did not have any disabilities. Finally, the Dutch youths, aged between 17-22, did not have disabilities but were very interested in communicating and exchanging with the other groups. The aim of the week was to encourage interaction and understanding between different European participants with various backgrounds and abilities.

During the Fair Signs week we saw that the best way to initiate inclusion between youths is by means of...

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Many thanks to

Schloß Trebnitz; Kreisau-Initiative; Fundacja Krzyzowa and SOS Satele for setting up the Fair Signs week. The week was funded with the support from the “Youth in Action" programme of the European Commission and the "F.C. Flick Stiftung".

Award ceremony International Children's Stories Competition

On the 14th of November 2014 the award ceremony of the International Children's Story took place. During the ceremony the two lucky winners were announced. We thank all participants for their presence, the jury for their wonderful work and the library of Utrecht for hosting the event. In addition, we thank all sponsors and partners for making this project possible!