Training teachers in the Department of Management 02.10.2015 to 10.17.2015 in Düsseldorf
The aim is to create an integration platform for exchange of experience and joint projects between NGOs and self-help disabled German Eastern Partnership countries. In Eastern European areas focused on solving problems of civil society, the problem of more active involvement in employment, social and cultural social life of people with disabilities are becoming more relevant.
In this connection, representatives from Eastern Europe and particularly teachers Odessa National Polytechnic University Department of Management them. IP Prodiusa & nbsp; Subchynska AM and AI Prodius & nbsp; a delegation from Ukraine participated in the activities of the International Academy of Management and Technology INTAMT to study the European experience in rehabilitation and social integration of persons with disabilities.
During the seminar participants:
- familiar with the situation as the disabled and "accessible environment" in Germany, working conditions and training of young disabled people, experience of NGO self-help disabled Germany;
- took part in discussions on topical issues of NGO self-help disabled;
- took part in a round table to discuss promising areas of international cooperation in the field of inclusive education, increasing employment disabilities, increasing the participation of disabled persons in public life;
- familiarized with the activities of self-help organizations of persons with disabilities by organizing events sporting events;
- visited the World Exhibition of Goods and Services for the disabled "REHACARE International 2015" in which more than 900 companies from 40 countries representing FMCG, special equipment for the care and treatment of patients, wheelchairs and vehicles for the disabled.
The director of the Academy INTAMT Yuri Nikitin believes that cooperation with the city of Düsseldorf promises to both parties to long-term positive effects: "For many years, the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia supports our academy, especially on the topic of" Inclusion ". The progress that we have seen in this area, both in Germany and the CIS, proves once again the importance of international cooperation. Learning from each other, eventually perhaps even overcome political difficulties ».
Mayor of Düsseldorf Günter Karen-Yunhen met with the delegation and stressed that creating conditions for the participation of people with disabilities in school, work, social, political and economic life - a task which formulated the UN . But in any modern society, it should be humanitarian norm. Karen-Yunhen, a social worker by profession, said that the exchange of experience and approach to solving problems or problems across borders can facilitate progress.