Presentation on theme: "Workshop 15 The Rights and Educational Needs of Sick Children and Adolescents."— Presentation transcript:
Workshop 15 The Rights and Educational Needs of Sick Children and Adolescents
History and Achievements Start of HOPE workshop 15. With Palle Yndal-Olsen as Coordinator, members of HOPE were given the task to work out a Charter for the Rights and Educational Needs of Sick Children.
Meissen October Workshop on the Charter. Barcelona 2000 Adoption of he Charter by the General Assembly of HOPE.
After Barcelona the members of the workshop 15 started their work on the Standard; a scale or instrument for the measurement of a e.g. a charter. 2005, 23 January, Board Meeting minutes: The Standard must be used as an official HOPE document.
A HOPE Survey (2007 – 2008) Summary, Identified Barriers, Examples of Good Practice from answers to letters sent to the Ministries of Education of the member states in the Council of Europe.
2010 in Munich. Start of a revision of the Charter and the Standard. Focus on continuity and inclusion. The sick child in hospital and in the mainstream school. To be continued
Amsterdam Proposal *to hand over the responsibility for the updating and continuous evaluation of the Charter with the Standard as an instrument to the Committee. * See separate document.
To achieve this. A proposal was made to elect a Committee secretary with a right to be present at board meetings.
Via the Committee Secretary HOPE would become a more transparent organisation.
The flow of information would spread both vertically and horizontally within the organization. Bureau – Committee - Members
The common work with the Charter and the Standard in between Congresses would give way to a wider comparative understanding of the status of hospital education in the countries of Europe among all members.