Driving Inclusivity in North African universities

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Abstract

The article examines the PACES project. In discussing the aims of the project and the deliverables, the article shows how impact is emerging from this large Erasmus Plus project.
Original languageEnglish
Pages9-9
Number of pages1
Volume21
Specialist publicationInnovate Magazine
PublisherCoventry University
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jun 2020

Bibliographical note

The author is the coordinator of the PACES project which aims to increase access to university and further education through creating accessibility centres in universities in Egypt and Morocco. Recently creating policy change in Egypt with the launch of a new law to increase quotas for people with disabilities in businesses in Egypt.

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    The role of assistive technology in renegotiating the inclusion of students with disabilities in Higher Education in North Africa

    Clouder, D., Cawston, J., Wimpenny, K., Khalifa Aly Mehanna, A., Hdouch, Y., Raissouni, I. & Selmaoui, K., Aug 2019, In : Studies in Higher Education. 44, 8, p. 1344-1357 14 p.

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    SWING Summary Project Report

    Cawston, J., 30 Mar 2016, UK: Coventry University. 20 p.

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