9 Jul '12
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The objective of the project was inclusion of youth with disabilities and their integration into society; society which is still insufficiently sensitized to accept and help those who are differ in some physical or mental characteristics.

Inclusion through chess

With support of Fund for Active Citizenship (fAKT), Centre for chess development –“Diagonals” implemented the project titled “Inclusion through chess” during June 2012.

Project envisioned one-month chess training (twice a week) for twenty children, including five with special educational needs.

The objective of the project was inclusion of youth with disabilities and their integration into society; society which is still insufficiently sensitized to accept and help those who are differ in some physical or mental characteristics.

In July 7, 2012 within “Karver” bookstore, it was organized a simultaneous chess play with the project beneficiaries to whom were awarded diplomas, chess sets, chess clocks and the literature related to playing chess.

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