“Regional Support for Inclusive Education” was a regional project for South East Europe aimed to enhance social inclusion and social cohesion in the region by promoting inclusive education and training. The project promoted the concept of inclusive education as a reform principle that respects and caters for diversity amongst all learners, with a specific focus on those who are at a higher risk of marginalisation and exclusion. The project consisted of five components: Pilot inclusive schools; Raising awareness; Policy support; Teacher support and Partnership. The main activities were focused on 49 pilot schools from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" and Kosovo (7 per beneficiary: 3 primary, 2 general secondary and 2 vocational secondary).
proMENTE team was included in the Component I “Support to Pilot Schools for implementing inclusive education policies and practices” and was in charge for conducting the focus group survey in each of the 7 pilot schools and communities in B&H, providing on-going support to the pilot schools to develop school grant proposals, grant management and quality assurance, reporting, conducting internal evaluation and collecting best practices examples.