Breaking Stereotypes
December 4, 2018

Breaking Stereotypes

On the occasion of World Human Rights Day, the Young European Ambassadors in Azerbaijan organised a training session titled “Break Stereotypes”, aimed at giving participants a better understanding of human rights within the context of special needs, and how best to include people with special needs within society.

Most of the participants in the training session said it had changed their perspective on inclusion.

Have a look at what the Young European Ambassadors achieved here:


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