About MI 3.0

Did you know that the risk of poverty and social exclusion is higher for people with disabilities and that it is even higher for people with intellectual disabilities (PWID)? Within the MIND INCLUSION 3.0 project, we are not only aware of this, but we are actively working on the creation of inclusive environments for PWID.

The Mind Inclusion 3.0 project (2022-1-ES01-KA220-ADU-000086964) is a European initiative funded by the Erasmus+ programme that brings together 6 partners to support the inclusion of PWID in public spaces. How? Through a participatory approach involving three target groups (people with intellectual disabilities, social professionals/formal caregivers and business users who manage public places) and the application of digital tools to create learning environments that promote social inclusion and diversity as values.


Promote social inclusion for PWID

Utilize digital tools for flexible learning

Enhance accessibility in public spaces for PWID

Project results

The project delivers three main results: 

  • the establishment of three Local Learning Centers. They strategically support the MI methodology and the Online Learning Centre to engage with communities to identify needs and promote training opportunities utilising digital tools;
  • Online Learning Center (OLC) for educators as a dynamic digital environment, fostering peer learning, innovation, and the creation of an online community to support social inclusion;
  • a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) for business users within the OLC framework that targets Business Users, providing engaging training on enhancing accessibility of PWID in public spaces through criteria and guidelines.

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Cooperativa Margherita

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El proyecto “MIND INCLUSION 3.0” está cofinanciado por el programa Erasmus+ de la Unión Europea. El contenido de publicación es responsabilidad exclusiva de Universitat de València y ni la Comisión Europea, ni el Servicio Español para la Internacionalización de la Educación (SEPIE) son responsables del uso que pueda hacerse de la información aquí difundida.

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