Play is a fundamental child’s right and essential for children’s positive physical, intellectual and social development. For this reason, promoting inclusive play opportunities is an important step towards inclusion of children with disabilities in schools, sports clubs and associations. So far, the accessibility of ludic moments during school breaks and of leisure activities after school has received limited attention.
The PINC project addresses this gap and develops a targeted education programme on inclusive playgrounds for future teachers.
The PINC training programme consists of two theoretical guides for students of Education and Sports Sciences…
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The PINC project is implemented by 7 partner organisations from 5 countries.