The II INnetCampus Conference, for international mobility and the inclusion of students with disabilities, will be held in the Triunfo administrative building (C / Cuesta del Hospicio, S / N 18071 Granada) belonging to the University of Granada on January 19, 2018 .
To register for free on this event, please visit the following link:
The new Erasmus + program is in line with the Europe 2020 strategy, the Education and Training 2020 strategy and the Rethinking Education strategy and encompasses all education, training, youth and sport initiatives.
The purpose of the ONCE Foundation is to promote the social inclusion of people with disabilities through the development of programs for the integration of workers, training and employment for people with disabilities.
Inclusive Campus of Granada
We started the European Inclusive Campus of the University of Granada
Check the program of activitieshere
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