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Mobility portraits

 

SIHO and LINK wanted to answer the gap in research on international mobility where the student’s voice was not included. We’ll share with you insights of what international mobility means to students with a disability. It gave us insight in the reasons why our participants wanted to join international mobility and the way they experience their disability differently depending on the ‘place’ where they are. Furthermore, we found information regarding to the  desirable support while being abroad.  And mainly we discovered a huge enthusiasm!

Here you find the portraits of our 9 participants from all over the world.They came from The Netherlands, Lithuania, Belgium and Ireland and went to Sweden, France, Belgium, Spain, Suriname and Denmark.
 
Here you find the portraits.

Anke
Jessica
Joshua
Kevin
Laima
Leonieke
Margaux
Minke
Vilma
Mei Lan

Here you find the complete research report.

(No) limits on international exchange - international mobility and students with a disability
(No) limits on international exchange - international mobility and students with a disability

If you want to read more about the background of the portraits, click here.

Call: SIHO also invites everyone to share with us (E: info@siho.be):

  • barriers for students with a disability to participate in international mobility,
  • examples of good inclusive practice of international mobility

For more information you can contact info@siho.be or react on this page.




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