The comparative analysis Iceland – Bulgaria aims to exchange knowledge and expertise with Iceland for the development of methods and guidelines to support civil organizations and providers of social services in Bulgaria, empowering parents and other activists for a better understanding of the child’s condition, supporting his development and piloting a service that would create an opportunity for early referral and support for children with special needs.
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The present analysis traces the advantages of inclusive education in Iceland in terms of supporting children with special needs and their families, comparing them with the Bulgarian context. The analysis is a fundamental document analyzing the educational, health, and social system, which brings out essential guidelines for their improvement, upgrading, and functional synchronization concerning inclusive education in Bulgaria.
Based on the analysis, methods, guidelines, and recommendations for good practices will be developed to be tested and adapted to the Bulgarian reality. The analysis is the result of visits to Iceland, several online meetings, seminars, and discussions with stakeholders on the topic of inclusive education in Iceland and Bulgaria, as well as a review and selection of informational materials, presentations, and normative documents, determining the system in Iceland and its best practices. This analysis presents the benefits of inclusive education in Iceland and the support of children with special needs and their families and reflects the experience and knowledge gained during the study visits, seminars, and additional interactions with the State Diagnostic and Counseling Center (SDCC) – Karin dom’s partner in Iceland.
The document was created with the financial support of the Active Citizens Bulgaria Fund under the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area. All responsibility for the content of the document is of the Karin Dom Foundation and under no circumstances can it be assumed that this document reflects the official opinion of the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area and the Operator of the Active Citizens Bulgaria Fund.
The analysis was held under Karin Dom’s project “Transfer of practices to improve support for children with special needs and their families for inclusive education”, funded by the Active Citizens Fund of Bulgaria under the Financial Mechanism of the EEA 2014-2021. The project partner is State Diagnostic and Counseling Center (SDCC), Iceland.
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