Database

The Inclusive Higher Education Database consists of 47 examples and information about inclusive policies and practices in higher education institutions in Europe.

Use it together with the assessment, reflection and analysis tools (e.g. the Checklist, Canvas and SWOT-analysis template) in order to compare, reflect and analyze the challenges and opportunities identified in your institution or department.

Use it as a source of information and inspiration regarding good policies and practices of inclusive higher education, which may support you in drafting strategic goals for inclusion (using the Inclusive Higher Education Strategy Worksheet).

Access and browse the database or access and filter according to country or the challenges that your institution is facing with regard to inclusive policies, practices, or accessibility.

Keywords: Collaboration, Financial support

The inHERE Good Practice Catalogue (GPC) is the product of an in-depth analysis of almost 300 initiatives from 32 countries of higher education institutions and organisations committed to welcoming refugees that have participated in EUA’s Refugees Welcome Map Campaign up until early 2017.

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EU
Keywords: Inclusive teaching and learning

This paper sets out guidelines for creating intercultural learning environments offering both practical and philosophical supports. The guidelines have been designed as part of the E+ project called HE4U2 (Integrating cultural diversity in Higher Education), coordinated by eucen in the years 2016-2018.

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Transnational/EU
Keywords: Inclusive teaching and learning

The mission of the Department is to promote the vision of inclusion, inclusive practices and pedagogies within the educational community in Malta. The Department seeks to create an inclusive culture, based on Universal Design for Learning and trans-disciplinary community based teams to ensure respect for difference and value of diversity within the University, the Faculty of Education, schools and the larger community.

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Practice
Malta
Keywords: Communication, Students with disabilities

The University is committed to an active engagement with diversity at every level of its activities. This commitment extends to the use of language, including avoiding the use of language that is insensitive to cultural differences, or offends any group on the basis of gender, disability/ability, age, body shape, ethnicity and race, religion or belief, gender identity and sexual orientation, etc. Recently, Senate approved the document “Good Practice in Inclusive Language – University of Malta”, which is available on the University website.

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Malta
Keywords: Inclusive teaching and learning

Irish Universities Association Equality Network eLearning programme on Equality and Diversity which offers online resources designed to give a general understanding of how we can all play our part in supporting inclusive environments which promote equality and value diversity.

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Practice
Ireland
Keywords: Financial support, Students support

The institutional development fund is funding institutional development projects promoting new study programmes, increasing institutional capacity, improving the quality of teaching, strengthening links with the local and / or regional community, supporting curriculum development and / or the internationalization of higher education, but also social inclusion, which is one of the priorities of the fund. Overall, it allocates addition funds to HEIs, supporting specific actions.

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Romania