The ICAM partnership
The 7 partners of the ICAM program, The Northampton Center for Learning Behavior (NCfLB) and Achievement for All (AfA) in the United Kingdom, Accessophia in Spain, Consortium of ICARO Social Cooperatives in Italy, Inspectorate in Ploesti (ISJP) and Terre des Hommes ( TdH) in Romania, Eurochild in Brussels,
together with the associated partners in each particular country, some of the main international experts in the field of inclusion in schools, the creation of a school atmosphere of coexistence and the needs of CAM. The team includes experts on the effects of evacuation and displacement on families during the Second World War and the application program the solutions that identified at the end of similar long-term problems from separation and deprivation by meeting the special social and emotional needs of the current generation of CAM.
Previously, the partnership worked closely for 2 years developing and implementing the Daphne III – Project Action Anti –Bullying (AAB). The experience has forgotten a close working relationship and a shared passion to improve the inclusion of all children and young people in schools and to defend their rights in an education free from fear and disturbances under the United Nations Convention Convention on the Exercise of Children’s Rights.
NCfLB functions as a focal point in the further development of existing work in social, emotional and behavioral difficulties (SEBD) in the following areas: Short, medium and long term consultancy, Research, Teaching and training, Resource development, International work with governments and NGOs.
ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL
Achievement for All is a leading not-for-profit UK organisation that works in partnership with early years settings, schools and colleges, improving outcomes for all children and young people vulnerable to underachievement regardless of background, challenge or need.
Terre Des Hommes (TDH) supports community development programmes that make schools more accessible and appealing to children from underprivileged or minority communities such as the Roma by providing help with schoolwork and organising after-school activities.
A non-profit organization founded in Madrid shares information for good practice and conveys a vision for those responsible for change; they provide the right tools for personal and professional development and training in the field of social inclusion and empowerment.