Among communities experiencing social exclusion and marginalization in contemporary Irish society, are those living in the system known as Direct Provision (DP) who are among the most marginalized and excluded individuals.
Two pilot studies preceded the development of the platform for autonomous English language learning aimed at people with Special Educational Needs.
In a diverse but interconnected world, the ability to communicate and express oneself in different languages is a much valued resource to enhance social and professional inclusion.
On the 12th and 13th of September, the EN-ABILITIES II Project Meeting was held in Dublin. The meeting, organised by our partner the Dublin City University, took place in the Faculty of Education.
On the 31st of October, EN-ABILITIES partners met in Burgos. The Kick off meeting was organised by the University of Burgos