On March 29, 2021, at the initiative of scientists of the International Laboratory of Inclusive Education "Modern Education & Research Institute" (MERI) (Brussels, Belgium), with the support of the University of Parma (UNIPR), an international meeting of leading scientists in the field of inclusive practices was held for discussion of joint scientific research. The University of Parma (UNIPR) is a public higher education institution in Italy, which began its academic activity in 1502. It is one of the oldest and most distinguished universities in Italy, regularly occupying high lines in the national rankings. The university is annually in the top 5% of the leading universities on the planet, has about 34,000 students, 999 teachers. In parallel with local residents, foreign citizens have the right to apply for a place at the university. Each student has the right to take part in an experience exchange program that contributes to the acquisition of qualitatively new knowledge. From A. Myrzakhmetov Kokshetau University, the leading scientist of the university, the author of textbooks on inclusive education Lepeshev D.V. was invited to the International Meeting of Scientists in the Field of Inclusive Practices. During the meeting, the parties discussed the general trends of modern research models in the field of the implementation of inclusive practices. The meeting participants agreed to prepare an international roadmap for joint scientific research.
Kenzhebekova I.О, specialist of the Center for the Bologna Process and Academic Mobility