On September 24, 2022, the third awareness-raising event of the Inclusion4Schools project will be held in Budapest. The title of the event organized by the Oltalom Charity Association is ‘Let’s sit together in class!’ Awareness-raising events for an inclusive and diverse school system and society.
We broadcast theroundtable discussion and the knowledge sharing workhsop with English translation. The main language of the event is Hungarian. For non-Hungarian-speaking participants, we provide English interpretation during the morning session.
In Hungary, the role of family background in an individual’s prosperity is much greater than anywhere else in the EU. We can only change this if we turn towards disadvantaged groups instead of exclusive solutions, and consider the elimination of social differences and the equalization of opportunities as our common goal. With this in mind, we have put together our awareness raising program, to which we warmly welcome all those interested in the topic.
H13 Community Center
Roundtable discussion on school segregation and desegregation policies (moderated by Ágnes Kende)
Knowledge-sharing workshop: good practices in creating equal opportunities and building communities
Not About Family (documentary by Anna Kis, 2020) –Film and discussion with the film-makers (moderated by András Müllner)
Roma dance pedagogy demonstration by Harmónia Folk Band
Living Library – Personal discussions with representatives of disadvantaged groups. Co-organized by Living Library for Human Rights
Buffet table dinner
The influence of Roma music on classical music – Presentation and concert of Kálmán Dráfi, Franz Liszt Prize awarded pianist
Károly Bura Art Gallery
Art classes for children
Art Exhibition of painter Zsolt Szolnoki Csanya
During the morning session, we provide children’s program for participants with families in the Károly Bura Gallery.
H13 Community Center (1085 Budapest, Horánszky utca 13.)
Lumen Café (1085 Budapest, Horánszky u. 5.)
Liszt Academy (1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 8., Room X.)
Károly Bura Art Gallery (1081 Budapest, Kőfaragó u. 5.)