This online Database of Good Practices contains descriptions and links to practical initiatives on various topics implemented by the ETUCE member organisations. The aim of the work on good practices is to enhance the effective implementation of ETUCE policies by the ETUCE member organisations on national and regional level. This database is to be used by education trade unions as a source of inspiration and as a practical manual of tools and arguments proven successful within education trade unions and in the education sector.

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Israeli and German teachers together against racism and anti-Semitism: Confrontation with the Holocaust in education and teaching

External practice
Germany, Israel
GEW, ITU
Inclusion in schools/education institutes, Xenophobia, racism and prejudices, Integration of culturally sensitive content in curricula
Project, Initial and continuous professional development of teachers, academics and other education personnel, Teaching materials and strategies, Discussion/round table, Research/collection of data
Primary education, Secondary education, Vocational education and training, Higher education
Teachers/trainers
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Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in educational Institutions

External practice
Israel
ITU
Inclusion in schools/education institutes, Inclusion of students with special needs, The physical (classroom and school) environment
Legislation/policy/strategy/funding, Initial and continuous professional development of teachers, academics and other education personnel, Teaching materials and strategies, Support (material and/or financial) to facilitate access to quality education, Social dialogue negotiations on the national level, Trade union actions (e.g. demonstration, strike), Monitoring the implementation of equality and inclusion provisions in collective agreements
Early-childhood/Pre-primary education, Primary education, Secondary education
Students/learners
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