“The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows” - Sydney J. Harris

Latest news

Improving the quality of obligatory preschool programs in Bosnia and Herzegovina

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, ARISE Consortium member, Center for Educational Initiatives Step by Step (CEI SbS), published a call for expression of interest for membership in the Policy Coalition for …

Advocating for the school staff capacity building, parental involvement and increase in the public spending for the pre-university education to support the well-being of all children

In this article, the Policy Coalition (PC) established in Albania within the ARISE project will be presented.

Diving into the ARISE policy dimension

The importance of a two-level approach (policy and school level) within the ARISE: Action for Reducing Inequalities in Education project for achieving the ultimate goal: to contribute to improving the …

School Development Programme: Building a world that nurtures peace, friendship, encourages responsibility and values education

Implementation of the School Development Programme (SDP) in the schools, the most crucial element of the school level approach, is starting this autumn thus it is the right time to …

Latest events

ARISE Regional Policy Lab held in Zagreb!

Important segment of the ARISE project policy dimension was Regional Policy Lab held in Zagreb on 2nd and 3rd March 2022.

ARISE Summer School 2021 Bridging Equity Gaps in Education - School

NEPC Summer School 2021 Bridging Equity Gaps in Education will take place online, from 28th June to 2nd July, and will be dedicated to the topic of equity in education. …

About the project

The ARISE – Action for Reducing Inequalities in Education – project is a platform created by a pool of  NGOs and research institutes from Western Balkans and Turkey (IPA countries) that will support schools, grassroots organisations and policy makers in developing actions and policies aimed at mitigating the effect of low socio-economic status on students’ achievement, reducing inequalities in education.