Developing Programs for Access of Disadvantaged Group of People and Regions to Higher Education (DARE) - Training
On May 21, 2018, Ilia State University hosted the Erasmus+ CBHE project - Developing Programs for Access of Disadvantaged Group of People and Regions to Higher Education (DARE) - Training.
The purpose of the training was to (1) instil a deeper understanding of the different cultures of ethnic minority students and (2) improve communication and listening skills.
DARE project foresees to improve the access to and quality of inclusive higher education for minority ethnic groups, women in disadvantaged situations and in peripheral areas and disabled students in IL and GE by supporting institutional capacities through the reinforcement and provision of student support services at GE and IL partner HEIs in 4 main areas (child care, clinical and occupational psychological, learning and physical disabilities, academic support) and delivering a regulatory policy framework. The project also aims to enhance the access to education within and outside the classroom throughout a digital environment. Herein, courses already developed within the context of reinforcing the academic skills of target groups will be more accessible. The project reflects the importance to raise awareness on accessibility issues within IL and GE as well as the necessity to ensure the long-term effect impact of the project for the benefit of women in vulnerable situation, minority ethnic groups and disabled student population.