UnliMitd Students and pamela habibovic

ECIO interview

What does it mean to be a student with an (in)visible disability, chronic condition or neurodivergence at the university, and how can said experience be improved? In 2020, UM signed the declaration of intent of the UN Convention to dedicate itself to improving inclusive education at UM. In June 2023, Prof. Dr. Pamela Habibović, Rector Magnificus of UM, met with ECIO and UM students to discuss best practices, achievements, and improvement points regarding inclusive education. The values and future steps of the university were discussed.

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