Inclusive Vocational Education Conference
#Make It Work For All

Uganda conference
Uganda conference

12 January 2022

Be part of the first conference on inclusive vocational education in Uganda!

The Inclusive Vocational Education conference takes place on the 18th and 19th of January 2022 in Entebbe, Uganda.

Besides the opening and closing ceremonies, you will be able to register for participatory workshops on various topics. Take a look at the workshop programme to see which topics we are offering.

Vocational education should be accessible to everyone. But in reality, this is not the case. Students with disabilities, students living in poverty, or students dealing with mental health problems experience barriers in accessing and successfully completing vocational education. What can vocational training institutes do to make education work for all? And…what can you do?

This event will serve as a space to learn and share inspiring stories and practical tools that you can use to ensure everyone in Uganda has the possibility to thrive in education and find their way to the labour market.

We have amazing workshop facilitators from Uganda, the Netherlands and Ghana with inspiring stories waiting for you to discover. You can meet young students whom voices need to be heard and whom can share their personal stories with you. We invite staff from vocational education institutes, teachers, NGOs and other interested parties to join us!

Location and time

Dates: 18 and 19 January 2022 (participate 1 or 2 days)
Time: 08:30 – 16:00

Location: Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel, Lugard Avenue, Entebbe

Participation and registration

Participation in this conference is free of charge, we will provide coffee, tea and lunch for all participants. You need to register yourself by sending an email to ckurvers@cinop.nl with your name and the name of your organisation/institute.

We will ensure the conference is a safe space, where we follow COVID measures.

This conference is organized by CINOP in cooperation with Cordaid as part of the Orange Knowledge Program, managed by Nuffic and funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.