“Fostering inclusion and diversity in the Montenegrin education system through Erasmus+ programme” has been held

      The event “Fostering inclusion and diversity in the Montenegrin education system through Erasmus+ programme” has been held today at the premises of the Faculty of Law, University of Montenegro, within the launched campaign on the priorities of the new cycle of Erasmus+, organized by the National Erasmus + Office in Montenegro.

             Inclusion and diversity, together with green economy, digital transformation and participation in democratic life, are key priorities of the new cycle of the Erasmus + program (2021-2027). As the largest program of the European Union in the field of education, training, youth and sports, the Erasmus + program will be a key instrument for building knowledge, skills and competencies, as well as attitudes to support and nurture these priorities in the European Union and beyond.

The aim of this event was to launch a broader dialogue on the importance and relevance of the inclusion and diversity in future Erasmus + projects in the local context of Montenegro; networking between university academic communities and relevant actors in the field of inclusion and diversity in order to jointly develop future joint project ideas that could impact the education system; identification of key target groups with this regard; as well as opening a discussion on the challenges of inclusive education in Montenegro that could potentially be addressed in future Erasmus + projects.

In the introductory part of the event, the attendees were addressed by prof. Aneta Spaić, dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of Montenegro, Vanja Drljević, Head of the National Erasmus+ Office in Montenegro, Zejnel Klimenta, State Secretary of the Ministry of Education of Montenegro, as well as Liselotte Isaksson, Deputy Head of the Sector for Cooperation from the EU Delegation in Montenegro.

Inclusion and diversity in the context of the Erasmus+ programme was explained by Rina Muhaj on behalf of the National Erasmus+ office in Montenegro, while the broader concept of inclusive education system in Montenegro was explained by Tamara Milić from the Directorate for Inclusive Education of the Ministry of Education. Miloš Bošković from the Council of Europe in Podgorica, Maja Kovačević on behalf of UNICEF Montenegro, prof. Tatjana Novović, dean of the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Montenegro and local coordinator of the Tempus project FOSFIM, as well as prof. Biljana Đuričin from the Faculty of Law of the University of Montenegro, coordinator of the Erasmus+ project ENEMLOS also explained the concept of inclusion.


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